• Posted 24-May-2022

The University of Cyprus: Professor Despo Fatta-Kassinos of the University of Cyprus was internationally honored for her outstanding contribution to environmental science

Victor of this year 's 2022 SETAC Europe/Noack Laboratorien Outstanding Science Career Αward.


  • Posted 24-May-2022

University of Cyprus: Meeting of the YUFERING Project of the Alliance of Young Universities for the Future of Europe (YUFE) at the University of Cyprus

The University of Cyprus coordinates the funded YUFERING project, which amounts to 2 million euros.


  • Posted 24-May-2022

Frederick University: Coordinator of the project Critical Arts Education for Sustainable Societies

On April 8, 2022, the kickoff meeting of the partners of the European project Critical Arts Education for Sustainable Societies, which is funded by the Erasmus+ KA2, took place at Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. The coordinator of the project is Dr Victoria Pavlou, Associate Professor of Visual Arts, Chair of the Department of Education, Frederick University, Cyprus.


  • Posted 24-May-2022

The Cyprus Institute: Prof. Jean Philippe Bouchaud Delivers the 2022 Hubert Curien Memorial Lecture Entitled “Economic & Financial Crises: A (Statistical) Physicist’s Viewpoint”

On Thursday,19th of May, The Cyprus Institute organized the 2022 Hubert Curien Memorial Lecture entitled “Economic & Financial Crises: A (Statistical) Physicist’s Viewpoint”. The speaker was econophysics pioneer and world-renowned Paris-based statistical physicist Jean Philippe Bouchaud, Professor at École Normale Supérieure and Founder and Chairman of Capital Fund Management (CFM). Prof. Edouard Brézin, Trustee Emeritus and Former President of the Board of Trustees of The Cyprus Institute, Emeritus Professor at École Normale Supérieure, and Former President of the French Academy of Sciences, introduced the speaker.


  • Posted 24-May-2022

The Cyprus Institute: STARC Assistant Professor Efthymia Nikita Receives the Dan David Prize at a Ceremony at Tel Aviv University FEATURED

On Wednesday, May 11, 2022, STARC Assistant Professor Efthymia Nikita was among the nine scholars who received a Dan David Prize in the award ceremony held at Tel Aviv University. The Dan David Prize awards up to 9 prizes of $300,000 each year to outstanding early and mid-career scholars and practitioners in the historical disciplines. The Prize is given in recognition of the winners’ contribution to the study of the past and to support their future endeavors. It is currently the largest history prize in the world. Dr Nikita was selected among 400 nominees and was actually the only archaeologist among the nine winners.