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22 ancient shipwrecks found in Greece

22 ancient shipwrecks found in Greece

A team of expert explorers have found a total of 22 ancient shipwrecks off the coast of Greece in September increasing understating of the ancient civilisations.

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FORTH Researchers’ Develop ‘Robot Octopus’ Swims faster than ever

FORTH Researchers’ Develop ‘Robot Octopus’ Swims faster than ever

Researchers from Foundation for Research and Technology-Hellas (FORTH) in Greece have developed a soft "Robot Octopus" that is inspired by the "sculling" motion of octopus and is capable of swimming swiftly in real churning waters.

A paper providing the details of this robot was recently presented at the IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and System. This conference was held in Chicago.

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Archaeologists claim unearthing Alexander’s tomb in Greece

Archaeologists claim unearthing Alexander’s tomb in Greece

A group of archaeologists excavating an ancient mound in Greece have unearthed an apparent entrance to an important tomb dating to around the end of the reign of Alexander the Great.

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UK’s Manufacturing Sector Continues to be Solid

UK’s Manufacturing Sector Continues to be Solid

A recent report has uncovered that the manufacturing sector of the 17-nation euro zone was still on recuperation in August.

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Earthquake Attributed to Destruction of Ancient Greece

Earthquake Attributed to Destruction of Ancient Greece

The grand Mycenaens disappeared around 1200 B. C., leading to the beginning of Dark Age in Greece. The collapse of Mycenaens has been a mystery for the historians for many years. Some historians have give explanations that include wars with invaders or violent protests by lower classes.

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Manual Work Raises Cardiovascular Disease Risk

Manual Work Raises Cardiovascular Disease Risk

In general, desk job is considered to be a sedentary job and is said to be related to a number of diseases. However, there is a twist in the thinking in a novel research and that is manual jobs are more taxing for health than desk jobs.

Study researchers were of the view that manual jobs increase the chance of heart disease by 20% when compared to office related jobs. The study taken out by a group of Greek researchers have concluded quite opposite to the prevailing thoughts in a number of countries.

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Greek Hospitals Lurch in Debt

Greek Hospitals Lurch in Debt

It seems things are no sooner going to improve in Greek hospitals as Europe's top health official has claimed that staff members have failed miserably to provide basic disease controls, including using gloves and gowns, which is behind the rise in rise in multidrug-resistant infections.

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German Finance Minister Doubts Athens Receipt of Next Aid Tranche

German Finance Minister Doubts Athens Receipt of Next Aid Tranche

Though, Greek Parliament has seen adoption of painful new austerity measures, the pillar of European economic stability Germany is doubtful that the next tranche of aid to come in the next few weeks would be received by Athens, as per revelations of a recent report.

Wolfgang Schaeuble, who is the German Finance Minister, is of the belief that Greece would not be successful in reaching a quick deal on the next credit line with the international creditors of it. Schaeuble is also a main architect of the Greek response team.

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