Macedonia: The Inexperience of the Greek Revolution

The Greek Revolution for independence started in the 25th March 1821. After almost 400 years of Ottoman dominion, many revolts broke out in several regions, seeking to re-establish the Greek identity and sovereignty. In this series of articles, after a careful introduction about the political situation in Europe and Greece at the time, we will […]

How has the Nobel Prize treated women in science?

In the 120 years of Nobel prizes in medicine, physics and chemistry, prizes were awarded 599 times to men and 23 times to women International Day of Women and Girls in Science is celebrated on February 11. This day is an opportunity to promote full and equal access to and participation in science for women and girls. According […]

The challenges of online learning in the COVID era

The International Day of Education, celebrated on the 24th of January, promotes education worldwide. This year, the celebration is marked by the online learning and the challenges teachers and students have faced during the lockdown because of the Covid pandemic “Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world”, Nelson Mandela said.  With the coronavirus […]