Aristos Georgiou, Newsweek

Aristos Georgiou


Contact Aristos

Discover and connect with journalists and influencers around the world, save time on email research, monitor the news, and more.

Start free trial

  • Newsweek
  • IBTimes UK

Recent articles by Aristos:

There's a Supermassive Black Hole Jet Pointing Straight at Earth

The jet outshone the light from the entire Milky Way galaxy by a factor of more than a thousand. → Read More

Tyrannosaurus Rex Footprint Discovered Next to Giant U.S. Volcano Crater

The footprint was found in Alaska's Aniakchak National Monument and Preserve, and is the first evidence of T. Rex in the region. → Read More

How to Get Through Thanksgiving With an Eating Disorder

Almost 30 million Americans will experience an eating disorder, which can be particularly problematic during the holiday season. → Read More

Bizarre History of Cats in Space

Several nations, included the U.S. and USSRR, have sent a wide variety of animals into space. → Read More

Doomsday Clock Reveals How Nuclear War Would Decimate Civilization

A global, all-out nuclear war between the United States and Russia could result in a minimum of 360 million deaths from the direct effects alone. → Read More

Vampire Squid From Hell Has Not Changed for Hundreds of Millions of Years

The vampire squid is a deep sea species related to squids and octopuses that is capable of spectacular bioluminescent "fireworks" displays. → Read More

Brain-Eating Amoeba Range Appears to Be Expanding—True Extent Not Yet Clear

On October 19, the Southern Nevada Health District confirmed the death of a male under the age of 18 who became infected with the Naegleria fowleri amoeba. → Read More

Monster Crocodile, 20 Feet Long, Attacks Tiny Boat: 'Everything Went Black'

The incident was just one of several life-threatening situations an Australian crocodile wrangler has experienced in his work. → Read More

Giant, Horrid Deep-Sea Louse-Like Creature Filmed Feasting on Fish Head

Giant isopods are thought to have existed for more than 160 million years, evidence from the fossil record indicates. → Read More

Greenland Dogs Captured in Beautiful Photos As Their World Vanishes

"They are phenomenal athletes. They just have such a wonderful work ethic, they explode with energy—it's just magic," photographer Danie Ferreira Ferreira tells Newsweek. → Read More

Mathematician on AI Dystopia and Human Superiority Over Machines

"There are exciting developments coming through, but much of it, I think, is overhyped," Junaid Mubeen said. → Read More

Monkeypox Virus 'Behaving Differently'

The World Health Organization has declared monkeypox a public health emergency in light of the unprecedented spread of the virus in 2022. → Read More

Red Wolves—Once Extinct in Wild—Howl at Sky in Beautiful, Rare Footage

The critically endangered species is so rare there now only around 20 roaming North Carolina. → Read More

Terrified California Mom Finds Mountain Lion Cornering Her Son, 4, on Deck

"He was staring at him like he was dinner. He looked thin and hungry," Nidah Barber-Raymond told Newsweek. → Read More

Hero Dog Saves Oregon Woman Being Mauled by Bear in Backyard

The attack in the city of Medford involved a bear estimated to weigh 150 to 200 pounds, which "rushed" and attacked the woman. → Read More

NASA Discarded Hardware From Apollo Missions to the Moon

Just because we have been to the moon before does not make the goals of NASA's Artemis program any easier. → Read More

Search for California Hiker Lost in Kings Canyon: 'No Clues or Leads'

Quang Trong Than, 66, went missing on August 21 while hiking to the summit of Split Mountain—a 14,000-foot-plus peak in the Sierra Nevada. → Read More

CDC COVID Failings: Timeline of Agency's Pandemic Recommendations

CDC director, Rochelle Walensky, who ordered the review, has vowed to make a series of changes at the agency. → Read More

Bear Filmed Tripping on Hallucinogenic 'Mad Honey'

Mad honey differs from normal honey because it contains neurotoxins that can cause intoxication or poisoning once consumed. → Read More

Full Sturgeon Moon 2022: Meaning Behind August Supermoon

This month's supermoon, the fourth and final one of 2022, will grace the skies on the night of August 11-12. → Read More