The 4th annual "Nicholas Kylafis" Distinguished Lecture, entitled "When black holes affect galaxies", was given by Professor Françoise Combes, Chair of Galaxies and Cosmology at the Collège de France and distinguished astrophysicist at Paris Observatory, on Thursday 6 October 2022 at 14.00 at the Central Amphitheatre of FORTH, with simultaneous webcast.
The Vice President of the European Commission, Mr. Margaritis Schinas, visited FORTH on Friday, September 30, 2022.
A year after the death of Mikis Theodorakis on September 2, 2021, the Crete University Press, the Institute of Astrophysics of FORTH and the French Institute of Greece organized the event "The sky in science, music, and literature " which took place in Heraklion on Friday September 9 at the "Experimental Stage" of the Cultural Conference Center of Heraklion.
FORTH participated, once again, at the 86th International Exhibition of Thessaloniki on 10-18 September 2022, at the stand of the Ministry of Development and Investments, General Secretariat for Research and Innovation.
The GIHG was created by the vision of internationally recognized researchers and it aspires to enrich the scientific environment of Greece and to become a world leader in research on genetic diversity and its connection with various monogenic and multifactorial diseases.
Cooperation between the Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Insular Policy and FORTH, concerning the navigation safety and the support of entrepreneurship in islands and shipping
The Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Insular Policy entered into two important strategic partnerships with FORTH, signing a program agreement and a special memorandum of cooperation, on Monday, September 5, at FORTH’s headquarters, in Heraklion, Crete.
Prof. Savvas Christoforidis, Research Director at the Biomedical Research Institute of FORTH, was elected Director of the Institute on June 18th, 2022 by a seven-member Evaluation Committee appointed by the Ministry of Development and Investments, chaired by Professor Efthimios Kaxiras, Department of Physics, University of Harvard.
A European consortium of scientists, led by the FORTH Institute of Astrophysics, has succeeded in securing €3 million in European funding, to design a new state-of-the-art radio telescope and to develop cutting-edge technologies for the analysis of astronomical data.
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