As stormy weather continues in foreign policy and the economy, the international awards Turkish scientists have been getting are making us proud. They are Professor Ali Nesin, the founder of the Mathematics Village in the Aegean town of Şirince, and Professor Zehra Sayers from Sabancı University.
When I set out on my morning walk last weekend, I came across a view which I am not familiar with in the neighborhood I live.
We all know about the gender pay gap in Turkey and across the world.
The other day, I came across the book “Troy: For Beginners,” written by Professor Rüstem Aslan who has been heading the excavations in Troy since 2013.
A news story that interests us all very closely has not received enough attention.
I wrote about a conversation I had with Yiğit Aksakoğlu from the Bernard van Leer Foundation of the Netherlands on early childhood.
Seven thousand years older than the Egyptian Pyramids, Göbeklitepe, which is located in the southeastern province of Şanlıurfa, has made it to the UNESCO World Heritage Site at the 42nd World Heritage Committee meeting in Bahrain.
Contemporary Istanbul will take place between Sept. 20 and 23 this year for the 13th time, with Akbank Sanat as its main sponsor.
We have been hearing about many missing children cases recently in the media. It has now almost reached the point where I want to grab hold of every parent on the street and tell them: “Take care of your child!”