Hungarians have always been outstanding at finding innovative ways to solve problems, often leading to the invention of objects that now surround us every day. Gömböc, one of the biggest sensations in the world of mathematics in the early 2000s has also been developed by Hungarian researchers. Read the story of this unique mathematical invention in our new series of Hungarian innovations!
Sustainability and circular economy were the focus of recent student innovation projects at Széchenyi István University. The young people came up with innovative solutions to four real-world business and organisational problems, with one team, for example, carrying out an energy audit of the Győr ice rink, which could help the club make significant savings.
Hungary has brilliant studying and scholarship opportunities, which are open to students from Cyprus too. Visit the Study in Hungary booth at the Cyprus International Education and Career 2023 fair in Nicosia between 3 and 5 March to find out more about Hungarian study options!
With the end of the autumn semester - and slowly the end of winter - a new semester begins. In this article, we collected the most important dates and deadlines for you to make planning for the spring semester easier.
The Department of Ethology, Eötvös Loránd University has been investigating dogs' reactions to wolf howls. They tested the effects of the dogs' breed, age and sex on their behaviour. The results of this extraordinary research were published in Communications Biology.