EUROSENSORS 2016 – 30th anniversary conference on Sensors and Actuators

EUROSENSORS 2016 – 30th anniversary conference on Sensors and Actuators

The series of annual EUROSENSORS Conferences, the only European scientific forum to cover the entire field of Sensors, Actuators, Microsystems and Nanosystems celebrates its 30th anniversary. Beyond the traditional general topics the scientific focus this year is on “sensors for healthcare”, and “sensors for the automotive industry”, reflecting the importance of these fields for the Hungarian economy.

Student Conference on Conservation Science

Student Conference on Conservation Science

Student Conference on Conservation Science - Connecting Eastern and Western Europe in conservation biology. SCCS is the largest international conference in conservation science, where students and early career scientists are welcomed and have the chance to present their research, learn from each other and meet with experts of the field who can offer them guidance in their future careers.

Next KNOWeSCAPE COST workshop to be held in Budapest Next KNOWeSCAPE COST workshop to be held in Budapest

Next KNOWeSCAPE COST workshop to be held in Budapest

The KNOWeSCAPE COST workshop is developed on a series of workshops in Berlin, Amsterdam and Istanbul and is about research diversity and the metrical challenge to establish topics. Experts are invited to the Budapest event between 29-30 August, 2016 so they can present their individual approaches to distinguish and outline topic evolution over time.

Nine New Hungarian members in Academia Europaea Nine New Hungarian members in Academia Europaea

Nine New Hungarian members in Academia Europaea

Nine Hungarian researchers working in Hungary, including academicians and doctors of the Academy have been elected to become members of Academia Europaea. Thus the total number of Hungarian members since the founding of the institution in 1988 has risen to 118.

Confidence and the mathematician in our brain Confidence and the mathematician in our brain

Confidence and the mathematician in our brain

Up until recently it was believed that a complicated analysing process is responsible for our confidence in our decisions. Balázs Hangya, a researcher at the Institute of Experimental Medicine of MTA and his colleagues suggest that simple mathematical principles are behind this complicated feeling.

Gravitational waves – the latest astonishing discovery Gravitational waves – the latest astonishing discovery

Gravitational waves – the latest astonishing discovery

A good three months following their very first discovery, gravitational waves were detected for a second time by LIGO. The 2015 Christmas phenomenon was likely caused by a cataclysmic event: the collision of two black holes equalling the mass of several Suns. This latest result proves how gravitational wave detectors have genuinely opened a new window onto the universe.

Why is it surprising that toads prefer milder winters? Why is it surprising that toads prefer milder winters?

Why is it surprising that toads prefer milder winters?

The MTA ATK NÖVI Lendület (Momentum) Evolutionary Ecology Research Group was the first in the world to prove in a laboratory environment that shorter and milder winters resulting from climate change may have a positive effect on the survival and general condition of temperate-zone amphibians. Their findings were published in the open access journal, Scientific Reports.

Trees witnessed sleeping for the very first time Trees witnessed sleeping for the very first time

Trees witnessed sleeping for the very first time

A Hungarian–Finnish-Austrian research group’s laser scanner experiment revealed what happens to the foliage of trees during the night. The results stunned everyone. András Zlinszky, researcher at the Balaton Limnological Institute of MTA’s Centre for Ecological Research served as the group’s biologist.

Academy honours presented during the 187th General Assembly Academy honours presented during the 187th General Assembly

Academy honours presented during the 187th General Assembly

During the 187th General Assembly of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, President László Lovász presented the Academy’s distinguished honours: the Academic Awards, the Journalist Award of the Academy, the Mór Wahrmann Medal and the János Arany Lifetime Achievement Award.

Our aim is mutual: to promote Hungarian science Our aim is mutual: to promote Hungarian science

Our aim is mutual: to promote Hungarian science

A linguist-anthropologist, a historian, a climatologist, a prominent expert of occupational medicine, an acknowledged researcher of Hungarian literature in Vojvodina, a representative of dialectology and sociolinguistics, a pharmaceutical researcher, a geologist and an immunologist. These are the disciplines practiced by the Hungarian scientists living abroad who were awarded the János Arany Award and the János Arany Medal during the 187th General Assembly of the Academy.

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