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“HERACLES” & “STORM” TO SAFEGUARD CULTURAL HERITAGE SITES AGAINST CLIMATE CHANGES & NATURAL HAZARDS; Three Institutes of the Foundation for Research and Technology – Hellas (FORTH) have a leading role in the only two proposals that were approved by the European Union.
Sep 15, 2016The integrity of monuments, historical centers and archaeological landscapes is nowadays increasingly threatened by the climatic change, the extreme meteorological phenomena and the natural hazards.
Dr. Vassiliki Nikoletopoulou, Researcher at the IMBB, earned a highly competitive ERC starting grant.
Sep 14, 2016Dr. Vassiliki Nikoletopoulou, Researcher at the IMBB, earned a highly competitive ERC starting grant. This grant is a funding scheme that supports young talented research leaders to gain independence and build their own research laboratory in Europe. The research interests and expertise of Dr. Nikoletopoulou bridge over the fields of neurobiology and metabolism.
HOBBIT Holistic Benchmarking of Big Linked Data
Aug 29, 2016HOBBIT project started in December 2015, and focused so far on the architecture and development of the Benchmarking Platform architecture and development, as well as Community building.
New polariton light – matter switch paves the way for faster more efficient opto-electronics
Aug 10, 2016Greek researchers from the Institute of Electronic Structure and Laser (IESL) of the Foundation for Research and Technology-Hellas (FORTH), in collaboration with the Universities of Cambridge, UK and Mexico, have created a novel energy-efficient switch utilising a “liquid form” of light. The device could be a breakthrough in electronics providing unprecedented energy - efficient circuits.