Speaker welcomes Cypriot Moonquake mappers

A NASA awarded team of student scientists, dubbed the #BruteForce group, received a warm welcome from House Speaker Annita Demetriou on Tuesday. The team of young scientists were amongst the top ten

House starts 3-day budget debate

The parliament of Cyprus initiated a three-day deliberation on Monday to approve the 2024 state budget, the first under the administration of President Nikos Christodoulides, who took office in February this year.

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AI will either save or enslave us

How scary is artificial intelligence? It’s already changing our lives, and there’s no way of knowing how far it will go to control us or become an invaluable asset to humanity. We

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Cyprus getting stronger on innovation

As an innovative economy based on European indicators, Cyprus currently ranks 10th, compared to 22nd five years ago, when it did not have a Chief Scientist, Research Minister Kyriacos Kokkinos said. Addressing an

Cabinet widens tax exemption for innovation

The Cabinet has approved a bill which amends the income tax law for existing tax exemption for investments in small to medium innovation companies and extends to cover corporate investors. According to

Cyprus Equity Fund milestone for innovation

An agreement with the European Investment Fund to manage a new financial instrument to support startups and innovation is seen as a milestone in the government’s effort to enhance alternative financing. Finance

US-Cyprus STEM deal to drive innovation, jobs

Science and technology cooperation between Cyprus and the U.S. got closer on Friday with the signing of the first ten-year bilateral agreement that aims to bolster innovation and job creation, especially in

The jobs future is digital

Efforts to attract big tech and fintech firms resulted in reputable companies relocating to the island with expectations that 2022 promises to be another boom year. Invest Cyprus, the state agency to

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