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  • Researchers of MTA join European Union’s Graphene Flagship project

    Researchers of MTA join European Union’s Graphene Flagship project

    The Nanostructured Materials Research Group of MTA Research Centre for Natural Sciences is joining the Graphene Flagship project. The group focuses on graphene-based, sandwich-like composites, and its findings will be part of the “High Frequency Electronics” work package. Initiated by the European Commission, Graphene Flagship aims at developing future and emerging technologies.

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  • New species of ticks identified by Hungarian researchers

    New species of ticks identified by Hungarian researchers

    Ixodes ariadnae is the name given to a species of ticks so far unknown but discovered on bats and in bat caves by Hungarian scientists thanks to wide co-operation between scientists in Hungary with MTA Centre for Agricultural Research (MTA ATK) also participating.

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  • MTA researcher’s paper in prestigious chemical journal

    MTA researcher’s paper in prestigious chemical journal

    Hungarian, Spanish and Indian researchers author the theoretical planability of homogeneous catalysis in a special issue of the British Chemical Society Reviews, one of the best chemical periodicals. András Stirling, a science counsel of MTA Research Centre for Natural Sciences is the Hungarian originator of a summary of the latest findings, several of which have been presented in his own contribution.

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  • Sum(m)it 240 - MTA Rényi Institute of Mathematics stages international conference in combinatorics

    Sum(m)it 240 - MTA Rényi Institute of Mathematics stages international conference in combinatorics

    MTA Rényi Institute of Mathematics is holding a major international conference on combinatorics in honour of four Hungarian internationally acclaimed mathematicians. László Lovász, President of MTA, opened the event that marked the 60th birthday of Péter Frankl, Zoltán Füredi, Ervin Győri and János Pach.

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  • Jordan's honorary consul in Hungary visits MTA in Budapest

    Jordan's honorary consul in Hungary visits MTA in Budapest

    Making his introductory visit to Hungary, Zaid Naffa, the honorary consul of Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan in Hungary was met by President of MTA László Lovász. Prospective host country of World Science Forum in 2017, Jordan is now to participate in organising the WS Forum in Budapest scheduled for 2015.

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  • "Momentum helps a young generation of researchers turn their abstract concepts into so many real things”

    Physicist Levente Tapasztó, a winner of MTA’s Momentum grant for excellence, who can now start up his Momentum research team at MTA Research Centre for Natural Sciences, is planning to create new materials and expose the principles of operation based on the physical phenomenon as well as test the feasibility of devising nano-electronic devices founded on them.

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  • MTA honours five outstanding Hungarian mathematicians

    MTA honours five outstanding Hungarian mathematicians

    The accomplishments of five excellent Hungarian mathematicians, János Aczél, Ákos Császár, László Fuchs, István Gaál and János Horváth were lauded at a conference held by the Section of Mathematical Sciences of MTA in the central building of MTA. , Praising the achievements of the nonagenarian members of the group, also called “The Big Five”, was László Lovász, President of MTA.

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