Széchenyi István University is about to create a new Science and Innovation Park in Győr on the former site of the Győr Biscuit and Waffle Factory. Building on the main research areas of the University, the park aims to stimulate the development of the region, and to contribute its scientific potential to the international business sector.
The word “super-resolution” brings crystal clear, high-resolution TV wonders to mind for most of us; however, in microscopy, the term has a different meaning. It means a technology that circumvents the problem caused by the wavelength of light, making the observation of cell- or even molecular level life processes possible.
Join the next Alumni Hungary Webinar on 8 December, where we will take you to the field of genetics and biotechnology! This time top researcher Prof. András Dinnyés, who was also a team leader in the Dolly cloning team in 2000, will hold a presentation on the latest developments of genetic reprogramming and stem cell research.
Planet Budapest 2021 Sustainability Expo and Summit is a joint event of the Visegrád Countries on sustainable development.
Would you like to know how to tell a powerful story? Are you interested in how an idea can reach worldwide success? At the November edition of the Alumni Hungary Webinar Series, we will take you behind the scenes of the Oscar-winning Hungarian short film, Sing (Mindenki, 2016) with an exclusive presentation of the film’s director, Kristóf Deák.
Katalin Karikó, the Hungarian-born scientist who laid the foundation for the mRNA vaccines against COVID-19, has been portrayed on a vast mural in central Budapest. The wall-painting was created by Színes Város team and can be seen on the building at Krisztina körút 30.