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More... Protecting our soil with the RECARE project    

Protecting our soil with the RECARE project

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Can the answer be in the soil? RECARE Project – finding and sharing solutions to protect our soils A growing world population has to deal with increasingly urgent issues of…

More... Ambassadors and Members of Diplomatic Missions visit The Cyprus Institute    

Ambassadors and Members of Diplomatic Missions visit The Cyprus Institute

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   Twenty-one Ambassadors and other members of Diplomatic Missions accredited in Cyprus visited The Cyprus Institute on Tuesday, 11th March 2014. The Greek Ambassador Mr. Vassilis Papaioannou, in his capacity…

More... The Continuous Plankton Recorder (CPR) initiative at EEWRC    

The Continuous Plankton Recorder (CPR) initiative at EEWRC

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A joined General Assembly meeting between the FP7 project PERSEUS (Policy-oriented marine Environmental Research for the Southern European Seas) and the COCONET (COast to COast NETworks) project took place in…

More... The Minister of Labour and Social Insurance at The Cyprus Institute    

The Minister of Labour and Social Insurance at The Cyprus Institute

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The Minister of Labour and Social Insurance, Mrs. Zeta Emilianidou visited The Cyprus Institute’s premises in Athalassa Campus on Tuesday, 11th February. Mrs. Emilianidou was accompanied by the Ministry’s Permanent…

More... Management Plan for the Choirokoitia World Heritage Site presented at CyI Colloquium    

Management Plan for the Choirokoitia World Heritage Site presented at CyI Colloquium

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The unprecedented turnout and the great interest of the public colloquium organized by The Cyprus Institute on the management of the prehistoric Choirokoitia site in cooperation with the Department of…

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Challenges faced by women in science in a global world

SusanGreenfieldBy Prof. Susan Greenfield, Oxford University and CyI Board member

Women in science today are faced with banana skins, bottle necks and elephant traps. The banana skins are when we slip up on various myths: first that all our abilities, and shortcomings, are ‘all down to genes’...

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  • BeWater Kick-Off Meeting: Productive Participation & Partnership

    More than 30 participants from around Europe gathered in Barcelona, Spain, for the first meeting of a new European project which will involve the active…
  • The Mayor of Nicosia visits The Cyprus Institute

    The Mayor of Nicosia Mr. Constantinos Yiorkadjis visited The Cyprus Institute’s premises in Athalassa Campus on Wednesday, 18th December. The Mayor was accompanied by Mr.…
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