Have you ever thought about how your auditory system works? How the heard information from your surrounding reach your brain? The first important discoveries about the mechanism of ear were made by a Hungarian scientist, György Békésy, whose scientific results defined our present knowledge of the auditory perceptions. Read more about his life and achievements, for which he received Nobel Prize in 1961.
Choose Career Days and let companies choose you! Eötvös Loránd University organizes Career Days Online where you can meet exhibitors, have conversations, and keep informed about your dream job, internships and student jobs. In the meantime, you can collect codes from companies for guaranteed gifts. The event is open not only for ELTE students but also for anyone who are interested.
On April 11 Hungarians celebrate National Poetry Day and its literary tradition isn’t so familiar among international student or foreign people living in Hungary. First for fun, but later for building a bridge between cultures, Owen Good decided to translate contemporary work like poems written by Hungarian poets Renátó Fehér or Krisztina Tóth.
Space industry is expanding globally, and Hungary is also ambitious to take part in this growing field. According to Morgan Stanley, the revenue generated by the global space industry may increase to more than $1 trillion by 2040. In this article, you can learn more about the Hungarian space company, Puli Space Technologies that now works together with NASA in lunar research.
Doctors and engineers? Chalk and cheese? Many people think of them as almost the opposites of each other, even though the latest trends are quite the contrary. Everyone dreams of an advanced, safe, healthy future, and the goal of the Biomedical Engineer Program (BEP) launched by the University of Pécs Faculty of Engineering and Information Technology in cooperation with the Medical School is to train professionals who can meet the challenges of the desired future. Engineers and doctors are now crossing the boundaries of their respective disciplines together in the best possible way. The first students can begin their studies in September 2021.
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