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  • A day trip to MTA Research Centre for Natural Sciences

    2015.01.09.

    Cultural shift and cooperation are the two concepts most often mentioned by several leaders of MTA Research Centre for Natural Sciences to the reporter of mta.hu during his visit to the new building inaugurated two years ago. From our reporter who spent a day at MTA TTK this is the first part of a series of reports to showcase the work going on in that network of MTA research institutions.

  • "It is a Real Pleasure for Me to Work in an Excellent Academic Research Environment in Hungary”

    2015.01.06.

    Costas G. Papadopoulos, physicist, is spending 6 months at MTA-DE Particle Physics Research Group participating in the Visiting Scientist Program of MTA. The scientist joins the particle physics research conducted at University of Debrecen upon the invitation of Zoltán Trócsányi, Member of MTA.

  • A Review of Achievements in 2014 –Science Accomplishments by MTA Revealed (III.)

    2015.01.05.

    In the research centres and institutes of MTA this year again a number of discoveries have been made that have been duly appreciated in scientific arenas both inside and outside Hungary. In our three-part end-of-the-year summary you can look at some of the varied activities and most important accomplishments of the MTA research network.

  • MTA’s regional committees excel in propagating science

    2014.12.31.

    Throughout 2014, the regional committees of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences have been engines of scientific life of the regions concerned and enlivened community interactions. By organizing a wide variety of programmes, they have helped propagate scientific findings.

  • Election of new officeholders, launch of new programmes, resumption of Momentum – MTA’s memorable events in 2014

    2014.12.30.

    In May, the 185th General Assembly elected László Lovász to serve as the new President of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences. He replaced József Pálinkás who had served six years. Alongside the outstanding event of electing new officeholders, 2014 saw numerous scientific conferences, and events that were memorial or forward-looking in nature. We recall some of them below.

  • Israeli Ambassador to Hungary’s Introductory Visit to New MTA President László Lovász

    2014.12.22.

    Ilan Mor has been the ambassador extraordinary and plenipotentiary of the State of Israel to Hungary in Budapest since 2011. Discussed at his official visit were the maintenance of scientific relations between the two countries and their further possible expansion as well as the mutual organisation of public scientific lectures.

  • MTA Closes Unique Tripartite Deal counting on its Research Centre for Natural Sciences

    2014.12.19.

    MTA Research Centre for Natural Sciences is to cooperate in order to manage and research big data on neuroscience by concentrating the resources of the research, health care, and business sectors. Pursuant to the deal which MTA concluded with the National Institute for Clinical and Neural Sciences and Teradata Hungary Ltd. certain neurological diseases will be studied by taking a new approach.

  • A Review of Achievements in 2014 –Science Accomplishments by MTA Revealed (II.)

    2014.12.18.

    In the research centres and institutes of MTA this year again a number of discoveries have been made that have been duly appreciated in scientific arenas both inside and outside Hungary. In our three-part end-of-the-year summary you can look at some of the varied activities and most important accomplishments of the MTA research network.

  • A Review of Achievements in 2014 –Science Accomplishments by MTA Revealed

    2014.12.18.

    In the research centres and institutes of MTA this year again a number of discoveries have been made that have been duly appreciated in scientific arenas both inside and outside Hungary. In our three-part end-of-the-year summary you can look at some of the varied activities and most important accomplishments of the MTA research network.

  • Winning studies of how to improve methods for teaching in formal education

    2014.12.17.

    As promised by President László Lovász, MTA is to provide funds for 15 one-year projects winning the contest of proposing effective new methods to be used in classroom teaching. On December 9, HUF 50 million was awarded by the MTA Presidential Council for Public Education to the winners from among 88 applications received in highly varied subjects.