Theory of Evolution: The Apple of Discord in the Serbian Educational System

The Russian Orthodox Church outside Russia and Science

by Miriam AsliturkProject SOW Researcher


A Short History

Science - religion disputes in Bulgarian social media

by Ivaylo NachevProject SOW Researcher 


Science - religion disputes in Bulgarian social media 

(Some thoughts on the importance of a constructive dialogue when worldviews clash)


Grants for authoring papers

Grants for authoring papers about the relation between Science and Orthodox Christianity 



Project Science and Orthodoxy around the World (SOW) of the Institute of Historical Research of the National Hellenic Research Foundation awards 10 grants of 1000 euros each for authoring papers about the relations between Science and Orthodox Christianity.


Science and Orthodoxy: Evidence of absence or absence of evidence?

by Kostas Tampakis, SOW Researcher

Science & Religion Summer School

Accuracy and the rise of modern science

 by Dr Efthymios Nicolaidis, Project SOW Director

Claudius Ptolemy, the great Alexandrian astronomer of the 2nd c. A.D., begins his book Mathematical syntax of astronomy, known as Almagest, as follows:

Focal points and methodological issues in the research of Science-Orthodoxy relations

National Hellenic Research Foundation | 26 February 2017


By Miriam Asliturk, Project SOW Researcher

Athens lectures

On Tuesday, January 10, 2017, 19:00, and every Tuesday of January

Project SOW organized a series of lectures for the public titled "Science & Religion: A complicated relationship". 


Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Vassileios Konstantoudis, Researcher, Institute of Nanoscience and Nanotechnology, "Democritos" Center for Scientific Research

The John Hedley Brooke Lecture

  On Tuesday, November 8, 2016, Prof. Emer. of Oxford University John Hedley Brooke delivered the annual lecture dedicated to one of the founders of the National Hellenic Research Foundation, K.Th. Dimaras. The title of the lecture was "Darwinism and the Survival of Religion". The lecture took place at the auditorium of the National Hellenic Research Foundation in Athens, Greece.



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