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Cyprus Seeds Board sets the stage for future activities

The Cyprus Seeds Board of Directors recently held a strategic meeting at the Atsas Training Centre, setting the stage for its future activities and dedicated to its mission of supporting innovative scientific research.
“Our success story, the ARTES team, led by Athanasios Koutoupas, Nikolas Bakirtzis and Sorin Hermon, provided us with a remarkable guided tour visit to the UNESCO site of St. John Lampadistis, in Kalopanayiotis,” Cyprus Seeds said on its social media.


The ARTES team presented the site through the perspectives and results of interdisciplinary science and technology research and innovation, giving the Cyprus Seeds team a sample of their groundbreaking research. This work is a continuous effort by the Artes Lab of The Cyprus Institute, in collaboration with the Department of Antiquities.
“With the invaluable guidance and support of Cyprus Seeds, offering mentoring, training and grants, ARTES is crafting a future where innovation and art intersect to create lasting impact,” it concluded.

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