By watching this remarkable – amazing video, the thing, that mostly impressed me, was, that ALL OF THEM HAD A COMMON CONNECTION, by a certain percentage, WITH HELLENIC DNA ……
Creation of a recycling bin with the following features:
- Automated opening with photovoltaic energy supply
- Password entry keyboard
- Integrated scales for calculating the weight of the recyclables (paper, aluminum, glass)
- Data transfer to the owner company through a wifi system
- Bonus return for the users (commercial centers, super markets) or reductions on the council taxes (Municipalities)
Who we are
In the framework of the program «Virtual Business» (Company Program) of the Association of Young Entrepreneurship /Junior Achievement Greece, , as students of Alonia High school, in the region of Pieria, we set up our own student business, passing through all stages of operation. We undertook different roles and responsibilities based on our capabilities, so as to make our business plan come true, we have been trained on the basic economic concepts, we got familiar with the concepts of “making business”, of competitiveness and innovation, and we gained a personal experience of the working environment.
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«PRACE is proud to announce that Dr Zoe Cournia, a Computational Chemist, Investigator – Assistant Professor level at the Biomedical Research Foundation, Academy of Athens (BRFAA), Greece has been selected as the recipient of the 1st PRACE Ada Lovelace Award for HPC. The Award will be bestowed at PRACEdays16, to be held 10-12 May 2016 in Prague. Dr Cournia was selected for her outstanding contributions and impact on HPC in Europe on a global level.
Dr Cournia was awarded core hours on PRACE resources as Principal Investigator for research on Mechanistic studies of the Arp2/3 complex activationand Selective inhibition of the PI3Ka E545K mutant through MD simulations, in vitro assays and SPR experiments in the 6th and 9th Project Access calls, she was also a collaborator on other projects in Nanotechnology and Clinical, Experimental Surgery & Translational Research.»
«While the study of neuroscience can be traced back to ancient Greece, the study of neuromarketing is rather new and has only gained traction in the past 10 years or so. Since it’s so new, we decided to hit the pavement and learn more about the topic and how you can use it to boost your marketing strategy. Here’s what we found.
What Is Neuromarketing?
More specifically, neuromarketing looks at why consumers might choose one product over another and then further extrapolates how to utilize marketing techniques to get a specific result.»
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«It’s easy for businesses to keep track of what we buy, but harder to figure out why. Enter a nascent field called neuromarketing, which uses the tools of neuroscience to determine why we prefer some products over others. Harvard Business School marketing professor Uma R. Karmarkar explains how raw brain data is helping researchers unlock the mysteries of consumer choice.»
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«German newspaper Die Welt looked at the chances of Russia’s Analytical Credit Rating Agency (ACRA), gaining a following among Western observers, and its similarities to China’s Dagong rating agency.
«The Kremlin has repeatedly articulated its displeasure with the Western ratings agencies. The ratings that S&P’s, Moody’s and Fitch gave to companies after sanctions were immediately withdrawn.»
«Nine months later S&P and Moody’s lowered Russia’s credit rating to junk status, in view of the low oil price and Western sanctions. Moscow criticized the move as politically motivated, citing Russia’s debt to GDP ratio of 19 percent, among the lowest in the world.» «
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«Moody’s decision to stop issuing local credit ratings on Russian companies is the start of a process that will eventually allow a Kremlin-promoted national rating agency to dominate, market players said on Thursday.
That process began last year when President Vladimir Putin, angered at downgrades of Russia’s sovereign rating by Moody’s and Standard and Poor’s, accused the big Western agencies of «politicised» actions, suggesting they were taking the West’s side in the stand-off over the Ukraine conflict.
Putin approved a law regulating the activities of ratings agencies and expedited the creation of a new national Analytical Credit Rating Agency (ACRA).
Moody’s cited the new law when announcing its decision late on Wednesday to stop issuing national ratings for companies and other organisations within Russia.»
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«We all enjoy a not-so-healthy snack now and again, but new research has found junk food is shrinking our brains.»
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«The European Parliament recently congratulated 28 year old Greek biotechnologist, Eleni Antoniadou, for receiving the prestigious Sciacca “Science 2016” International Award.
Eleni Antoniadou left Greece in 2009, having graduated with a BSc degree in Computer Science and Biomedical Informatics from University of Thessaly. She continued her studies at University College London and at the University of Illinois, where she earned graduate degrees in Nanotechnology and Regenerative Medicine, and Bioengineering and Tissue Engineering respectively.»
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