Dr Liu is designing a soft robotic endoscope to carry out medical interventions to provide access to diseases in the least invasive way possible. Inserting a small flexible tube into the human body to examine its inner workings, can, understandably, be perceived as invasive. But such is the nature of the endoscopy – a procedure … Continue reading Smart Surgery: soft robotics, tele-surgery and advanced haptics | King’s College London
Sharks: menacing monsters of the deep are misunderstood, and under threat.
In the streets of Athens, people holding laundry bags start forming a line behind the white van with ‘Ithaca Laundry’ emblazoned on the side.
Hundreds of new Greek Australians will be officially welcomed to Australia as they are granted Australian Citizenship at ceremonies across the country on Saturday, 26 January. Sofia Spyropoulou, a new Australian citizen said upon arriving in Australia in 2011 for her honeymoon she simply said “wow” as Australia was vastly different to her home in … Continue reading Greek newcomers prepare to get Australian Citizenship on Australia Day | Neos Kosmos
Greek American writer Eva Konstantopoulos talks to Neos Kosmos about her supernatural horror stories and her life as a writer in Los Angeles When writer Eva Konstantopoulos dreams, it’s more than just thoughts, images and sounds that occur during sleep. Her dreams, the Greek American says, are a unique source of inspiration for her stories. … Continue reading Book by LA-based author Eva Konstantopoulos transformed into Netflix film | Neos Kosmos
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For chef Iakovos Apergis, it was the influence from his grandparents that inspired him to become a cook; his grandfather was a baker. Born in Canada in 1974, Iakovos migrated with his family to Greece the year after. A few years after finishing his schooling, and after earning his degree in cookery, and working in … Continue reading A first course of kindness: Athens-based chef Iakovos Apergis cooks up goodwill in Greek hospitals | Neos Kosmos
It's the story of over 200 caravan park residents who lost their homes when property developer Longriver Group paid $36 million for Wantirna Park Caravan Park last year leaving those who had called it home – some for over 20 years – to relocate and rebuild, at their own cost.
Experts say Greek women who migrate to Australia are often from abusive relationships yet are the first in the family to integrate into the Australian way of life
Members of the Greek community share their thoughts on one of Australia's most historic moments.