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Record number of women nominated for the Millennium Technology PrizeRecord number of women nominated for the Millennium Technology Prize by Ovi Magazine Guest
17 November 2021
Women represent nearly a third of the innovators nominated for the 2022 prize. The 1 million euros, global Millennium Technology Prize will next be awarded on 25 October 2022. (Add a comment)
Ephemera 21#27Ephemera 21#27 by Thanos Kalamidas
17 November 2021
Ephemera: a word with ancient Greek roots meaning 'something that is produced or created that is never meant to last or be remembered'. (Add a comment)
The Athens Polytechnic uprisingThe Athens Polytechnic uprising by The Ovi Team
17 November 2021
November 17th 1973; Despite the harsh repressive measures of the military Junta during the seven-year dictatorship of 1967-1973 in Greece - the imprisonments, displacements, mass trials in emergency courts-martial, torture... (1 comment)
The Dark Forces Changing Malaysian SocietyThe Dark Forces Changing Malaysian Society by Murray Hunter
16 November 2021
Malaysia was once a harmonious society, where the different ethnic groups coexisted with a sense of community, and each ethnic group once openly celebrated festivals together. All the ethnic groups were free to express... (Add a comment)
In a new roomIn a new room by Bohdan Yuri
16 November 2021
Shadows dancing, lost and found, stars above, make no sounds; from the moon, ghostly abstractions fill my room with playful distractions. (Add a comment)
Subsidies and soft loans: facts and fallaciesSubsidies and soft loans: facts and fallacies by Joseph Gatt
16 November 2021
In many countries, notably France and former French colonies, I hear a lot of businesses saying things like "we need the government to help us" or "our business needs subsidies" or "our businesses needs soft loans." (Add a comment)
UNESCO foundedUNESCO founded by The Ovi Team
16 November 2021
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) is a specialized agency of the United Nations established on 16 November 1945. Its stated purpose is to contribute to peace and security... (Add a comment)
Tang & Ram 21#21Tang & Ram 21#21 by Thanos Kalamidas
16 November 2021
Putting pieces together never helped Ram's brutal sarcasm to Tang. (Add a comment)
Fyodor Dostoevsky is sentenced to deathFyodor Dostoevsky is sentenced to death by The Ovi Team
16 November 2021
November 16th; on this day in 1849, a Russian court sentences Fyodor Dostoevsky to death for his allegedly antigovernment activities linked to a radical intellectual group. His execution is stayed at the last minute. (1 comment)
Ning-Nong Diplomacy, China and Paul KeatingNing-Nong Diplomacy, China and Paul Keating by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
15 November 2021
Former Australian prime ministers tend to be less conspicuous in public life than their counterparts in other countries. Occasionally, they make an appearance at political functions and events to remind us that they are... (Add a comment)
The clavicleThe clavicle by Amir Khatib
15 November 2021
I play the clavicle, There is no comparison or comparison I roll the days, the feathers of the wings, (Add a comment)
Advice to teachersAdvice to teachers by Joseph Gatt
15 November 2021
My personal advice to teachers. The kind I haven't seen anywhere else. Hope it helps. (Add a comment)
Ghostin' 21#21Ghostin' 21#21 by Thanos Kalamidas
15 November 2021
They are like neighbours we are aware of except we are NOT aware of and they have absolutely nothing to do with Halloween. (Add a comment)
The final chapter of a Tale of Two CitiesThe final chapter of a Tale of Two Cities by The Ovi Team
15 November 2021
November 15th 1859; on this day Charles Dickens' serialized novel, A Tale of Two Cities, comes to a close, as the final chapter is published in Dickens' circular, All the Year Round. (Add a comment)
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