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ERC Starting Grant Awarded at the Institute Of Astrophysics of FORTH to study Violent Phenomena around Supermassive Black Holes
Ioannis Liodakis, a NASA postdoctoral fellow at the Marshall Space Flight Center, was recently awarded the prestigious European Research Council (ERC) Starting Grant.
ERC Starting Grant awarded to a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute of Astrophysics of FORTH for her research on supermassive black holes
It is worth mentioning that FORTH hosts the largest number of ERC Grants (40) in Greece.
Major new funding from the European Research Council to the Institute For Mediterranean Studies of FORTH
Elena Anagnostopoulou, Professor of Linguistics at the University of Crete and Collaborating Faculty Member of the Institute for Mediterranean Studies (IMS) of the Foundation for Research and Technology-Hellas (FORTH), has been selected for funding from the competitive European funding program ERC Advanced Grant 2022.
A new research study FORTH-IMBB, published in the international peer reviewed science journal PNAS, reveals how cancer cell intrinsic mechanisms and interactions with the microenvironment shape brain tumour growth and progression to malignancy.
The Code BGP team will join the Cisco ThousandEyes business unit.
These significant distinctions are bestowed as recognition of the scientific quality and the highly competitive research conducted at FORTH and the University of Crete.
New study reveals a key role of mRNA metabolism determinants in ageing and disease, through the regulation of mitochondrial biogenesis and function
The new findings highlight the importance of mRNA storage and degradation, near mitochondria, as a mechanism for maintaining cellular and organismal homeostasis
FORTH researcher, Prof. Electra Gizeli, new elected member of the European Organization for Molecular Biology (EMBO)
This international distinction is awarded based on outstanding contribution to science and advancement of life sciences, through high-level innovative research and achievements.
New scientific data show the way to unraveling the creation of the Universe, with the participation of the Institute of Astrophysics of FORTH
The European Pulsar Timing Array joins teams worldwide in announcing compelling evidence for gravitational wave signals of Cosmological origin.
Polarization of light can provide unique information about the underlying processes in astrophysical systems” said Yannis Liodakis, lead author of the study, astronomer at FINCA and alumnus of the University of Crete
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