Here is an outline of greek science history through the ages.
Ancient greeks covered theoretical aspects of sciences but they never bothered to use experiments. Aristotle haunted european scientific thought for more than a thousand years. Euclides with his Elements, Archimedes were great mathematicians, and Hippocrates a great physician. All the scientific texts were condemned by the christians of the byzantine era, as 'pagan' and thankfully, the Arabs rescued and translated these texts. Through them, they were introduced to Europe.
In modern times lots of greeks were educated, some outside Greece. The ones that are famous, are the doctor Papanikolaou (who created the PAP test) and the mathematician Karatheodory.

 GENERAL
 Greek and byzantine scientists by wikipedia
 Ancient Greek Science and Technology by M Lachanas
 Modern Greek Science and Technology by M Lachanas in four pages
 Stamps of Scientists by M Lachanas
 GraecoRoman Science Paul Halsall's Sourcebooks USA

 ancient greek technology
 MYTHS
 Daedalos and his son Icarus fly.
 Talos: is he the first robot?
 REALITIES
 The Anticythera Mechanism (new research on it under way)
 The tunnel of Eupalinos
 Ktesibius the Alexandrine greek or aegyptian. The ancient Edison.

 greek mathematics and mathematicians
 Greek mathematics by wikipedia
 History of Mathematics in Greece by David E. Joyce at Clark U.
Map, cities and names of mathematicians.
 History of Computing  The Greeks
 ancient greek mathematicians
 Category: ancient greek mathematicians by wikipedia
 Manuscripts at the Library of Congress Vatican Exhibit: Greek Mathematics, Astronomy and Ptolemy's Geography
 Greek mathematics Index at St. Andrews U. SCOTLAND
 Pythagoras 569475
 Pythagora by wikipedia
 Euclid 325265 a.e.v.
 Euclid by wikipedia
 Archimedes 287212 a.e.v.
 Archimedes by wikipedia
 Archimedes and the Computation of Pi by Peter Alfeld at Utah U. USA
 Archimedes by Chris Rorres at Drexel U.
 Eudoxus 408355 a.e.v.
 Eudoxus (of Knidos) by wikipedia
 Alexandria Mathematicians
 Alexandrine mathematicians by D. Joyce
 Hypatia c.350/370 – 415 e.v.
 Hypatia by wikipedia
 Hypatia of Alexandria short bio  Resources
 middle times greek mathematics
 No famous greek mathematicians. During this period, the Arabs and the Persians excell.
 greek mathematicians of new times
 Modern Greek Science and Technology by M Lachanas in four pages
 KARATHEODORY 18731950
 KΩNΣTANTINOΣ KAPAΘEOΔΩPHΣ [konstan'dinos karaθeoδo'ri] Constantinos (Konstantine) Caratheodoris, Caratheodory
 Constantin Carathéodory by wikipedia
 BOOK: Constantin Caratheodory Mathematics and Politics in Turbulent Times, Georgiadou, Maria
 vissa.evros.grkaratheodoris in greek only. Photos.
 Caratheodory's Theorem on Constrained Optimization and Comparative Statics. by E Drandakis
 Caratheodory, Constantin (18731950)  from Eric Weisstein's World of Scientific Biography
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 greek astronomers (ancient)
 Greek astronomy by wikipedia
 Early Greek Astronomy by Ellen Brundige
 Aristarchus
 Our Athens Planetarium
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 greek medicine and physicians
 The greek word for doctor, physician is: IATPOΣ [ia`tros]. Literal translation is: eng: healer
 Antiqua Medicina From Homer to Vesalius
 Ancient greek medicine by wikipedia
 Greek Medicine at U.S. Medicine Library
 Ancient Greek Medicine by M Lachanas
 Asclepeion by Nancy Demand U. Indiana USA
 ASCLEPIUS  AΣKΛHΠIOΣ mod.gre: [asklipi`os] in mythical medicine
 Asklepios by wikipedia
 His sanctuary at the lovely, healing Epidaurus
 HIPPOCRATES  IΠΠOKPATHΣ c.460370 a.e.v. [ipo'kratis]
 Hippocratic corpus by wikipedia
 Hippocratic Oath, an article in Virginia Medicina Antiqua Was it really Hippocratic??...
 GALEN or GALENOS ΓAΛHNOΣ mod.gre: [γali`nos]
 Galen by wikipedia
 Galen, an article in Virginia Medicina Antiqua
 PAPANIKOLAOU (18831962) (the PAP test or PAP smear)
 ΓEΩPΓIOΣ ΠAΠANIKOΛAOY [je'orjios papaniko'lau] Georgios (Giorgos, Yiorgos, Yeorgios) Papanicolaou
 Georgios Papanikolaou by wikipedia
 Papanicolaou Society of Cytopathology
 George Papanicolaou inventor of the pap smear
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 physics
 The fist question was popped by a greek merchant, traveller and wise man: What is the world around us made of???? His name was Thales.
 Thales by wikipedia
 Many ANCIENT GREEK PHILOSOPHERS, (the presocratic hylozoists, Phtyagora, Aristotle) continued the effort to answer this question.
 In the middle times (byzantine) people did not wonder about the world... They thought answers were given.
 In modern times, when new questions popped, new answers were given. Here are contemporary greek physicists:
 NANOPOULOS (Demetris Nanopoulos 1948)
 His name is NOT a nickname. It just happens that he works on NANOTECHNOLOGY.
 Dimitris Nanopoulos by M Lahanas
 Dimitri Nanopulos by wikipedia
 DIMITRIS HRISTODOULOU (1951) [xristo`δulu] excelled in physics in a very early age, so he left for Princeton before finishing his school in Greece. Got his PhD when he was 19.
 interview (his life, his work) to reporter Thanassis Lalas, newspaper TO BHMA (in greek)
 Demetrios Christodoulou by wikipedia
 Christodulu by M Lahanas
 ~demetri/ official site
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 computers and technology
 Informatinon technology greeks by M Lahanas
 ANTIKYTHERA MECHANISM in the Athens National Archaeological Museum
 The Anticythera Mechanism by wikipedia (new research on it under way)
 CTESIBIUS  KTHΣIBIOΣ the Alexandrine (greek or aegyptian). The ancient Edison.
 Ktesibius the Alexandrine
 Mikhalis Dertouzos (19362001)
 Michael Dertouzos by wikipedia
 Mikhalis Bletsas
 Michalis Bletsas by M Lahanas
 Nicholas Negroponte (1943) Nicholas, NOT John.
 http://www.media.mit.edu/~nicholas/
 Negroponte by wikipedia

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 city planners (poleodomoi)
 HIPPODAMUS planner of Miletus.
 Hippodamus by wikipedia
 KONSTANTINOS DOXIADIS (19131975), urban planner: ecistics theory, city plans for Detroit, Islamabad, Rio de Janeiro, etc.
 www.doxiadis.org
 Constantinos Apostolos Doxiades by wikipedia
 Project in greece: Aspra Spitia at www.doxiadis.org
 For architects, see GREEK ARTS.

links checked in Aug 2007