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Flux Towers for the direct measurement of heat and carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions installed in Heraklion by FORTH, towards making the city a reference point for the future CO2 emission monitoring system of the European Commission.
Flux Towers for the direct measurement of heat and carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions installed in Heraklion by FORTH, towards making the city a reference point for the future CO2 emission monitoring system of the European Commission.
Apr 21, 2021
The research is carried out by the Remote Sensing Laboratory of FORTH (http://rslab.gr), operating the Flux Towers and processing the valuable data extracted.
The Skinakas Observatory is turning 35 years old!
The Skinakas Observatory is turning 35 years old!
Apr 12, 2021
On April 12, 1986, members of the academic community of the University of Crete and FORTH, along with government representatives, officials and many people from all over Crete, met at a peak of Psiloritis, 20 km from the historic Municipality of Anogia, to celebrate a unique event: the inauguration of the Skinakas Observatory and the formal commencement of operation of its first telescope, with a 30cm diameter mirror.
Memorandum of Cooperation between the Institute of Petroleum Research/ FORTH & the Institute of Physics of the Earth"s Interior and Geohazards of the Hellenic Mediterranean University Research Center
Apr 02, 2021
On Friday April 2nd 2021, a Memorandum of Cooperation was signed between the Institute of Petroleum Research (IPR) of the Foundation for Research and Technology (FORTH) and the Institute of Physics of the Earth's Interior and Geohazards - an academic unit of the Hellenic Mediterranean University Research Center (HMURC).
The Institute of Astrophysics-FORTH joins Europe’s largest astronomy network
Mar 26, 2021
Until now, Europe has had two major collaborative networks for ground-based astronomy, one in the optical domain (OPTICON) and the other in the radio-wave domain (RadioNet).These two networks, having successfully served their respective communities over the past twenty years, now come together to form Europe’s largest ground-based astronomy collaborative network.