The spark of Bulgarian knowledge in Groningen is on the verge of getting extinguished


The Bulgarian school in Groningen, which has just started its third school year, faces serious financial problems and it is on the brink of shutting its door for all Bulgarian children eager to learn Bulgarian language, culture, and history. Continue reading “The spark of Bulgarian knowledge in Groningen is on the verge of getting extinguished”

Speed dating with robots can help people with dementia


At present, there are 250, 000 people in the Netherlands who suffer from dementia and their number is expected to double by 2040. However, speed dating with Tessa – a small talking robot designed by Tinybots, can help by taking a step further in the care of people affected by dementia. Continue reading “Speed dating with robots can help people with dementia”

The first mermaid school opens in the Netherlands


Swimming is a way to a healthy life. But now it is also a way to a fairy tale life. Well-trained swimmers in the Netherlands have the opportunity to swap their goggles for a tail. Continue reading “The first mermaid school opens in the Netherlands”

Why is organic food so expensive?


It is certain that when you ask any fan of organic food they will assure you that they eat healthier. But who can answer the question why organic food is more expensive than conventional food? Continue reading “Why is organic food so expensive?”