Participation as deputy coordinator on behalf of the Faculty of History and Archaeology of the University of Athens in the research programme "DARIAH - ATTICA - Development of Greek Research Infrastructure for the Humanities DYAS (MIS: 431025)". Participating institutions: Faculty of History and Archaeology of the University of Athens, Academy of Athens, Research Institute “Athena”, Institute of Communications and Computer Systems (ICCS) of the NTUA, Athens School of Fine Arts, Foundation for Research and Technology of the University of Crete.
Katerina Gardikas coordinates DARIAH-DYAS activities within the University of Athens. The Faculty of History and Archaeology represents the University of Athens in the DYAS network (Greek Research Infrastructure Network for the Humanities), which implements DARIAH-GR, the Greek chapter of DARIAH-EU, the European Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities. Read more about DARIAH-GR
Natural products have served as a rich source for drug discovery and development. In the last decade their fruitful integration in the drug discovery pipeline declined due to their reduced bioavailability, mainly attributed to their poor aqueous solubility. We have investigated the interactions of the natural products quercetin (QUE) and silibinin (SLB) with (2-hydroxypropyl)-β-cyclodextrin (HP-β-CD). The complexation enabled amplification of the solubility of these natural products and in the same time retained their bioactivity.
Education of ROMA children in the regions of central Greece, Attica and Southern Aegean" (Leader Centre for Intercultural Education, NKUA, Greece). Creation of web applications for the recording of action and data by region
οERASMUS PLUS Small Collaborative Partnership- Geo Ludens: Creating a tech tool to promote European Traditional Sport and Games from an intergenerational and inclusive perspective(Ειρήνη Καμπερίου // Irene Kamberidou (MANAGER).
The European Student Parliaments on Science (EUSP) project aims at strenghthening the dialogue and exchange between students and scientists, introducing students to parliamentary procedures on science and research, enabling students to form a qualified opinion and to assess complex topics, and introducing students to a European community. Read more about European Student Parliaments on Science (2014)