• Posted 17-May-2022

University of Nicosia (Unic): Participation of the Unic in a funded European programme for exercise of the elderly

Lack of physical activity in the elderly can lead to many health problems and increase the risk of developing chronic diseases. On the contrary, the participation of the elderly in exercise programmes is vital as it promotes health and prolongs their life expectancy, while improving the quality of life and independent living of these individuals.


  • Posted 17-May-2022

Cyprus University of Technology (CUT): First meeting for the MEDISKIN Project Cooperation Network, in which CUT also participates

The 1st annual meeting was held by the MEDISKIN Project Cooperation Network, in which the Cyprus University of Technology (TEPAK) also participates.


  • Posted 17-May-2022

Cyprus University of Technology (CUT): CUT coordinates DEMOTEC, a research project probing the role of participatory budgeting

The Cyprus University of Technology (CUT) and specifically the Assistant Professor at the Department of Public Communication of the University, Lia Spyridou coordinates the research project DEMOTEC, which is funded by the European programme Horizon 2020.


  • Posted 17-May-2022

University of Cyprus: Laying Ceremony of the Building Stone of the Medical School and Health Sciences Building "Nikos K. Siakolas"

A new impressive building is being constructed on the University Campus, with a donation of € 9 million from the Idryma Nikou kai Elpidas Siakola, the foundation stone of which was laid on Wednesday, May 11, 2022 by the President of the Republic, Mr. Nikos Anastasiadis. This is the Nikos K. Medical School and Health Sciences Siakolas" Building, which will bear the name of its benefactor, with a total gross area of 8,500 sq.m.


  • Posted 17-May-2022

The Cyprus Institute (CyI): CyI Researchers Create Replica of a Votive Relief from the Archaeological Site of Golgoi in Cyprus Using Advanced Digital Methods

A team of researchers from The Cyprus Institute (CyI), in collaboration with the Athienou Municipality, the Kallinikeio Municipal Museum of Athienou, the “Athienou Archaeological Project” and the Larnaka Tourism Board, created a replica of a Votive limestone relief that bears worship and banquet scenes from the archaeological site of Golgoi in Cyprus which is exhibited at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. The project aimed to deliver a realistic replica of the relief, both aesthetically and qualitatively in colour, weight, and texture.