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The Hungarian Constitutional Court in its decision announced on November 15, 2022 did not establish any unconstitutionality related to two important topics – the constitutional freedom of science and the Hungarian Academy of Sciences’ right to proper...
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As part of the "Establishment and Complex Development of National Laboratories" (RRF-2.3.1-2021) tender within the framework of the Recovery and Resilience Plan for Hungary, eight new and six existing National Laboratories received funding. Of these,
Ninety-five research groups can start their five-year projects from July 1, 2022 with the support of the Eötvös Loránd Research Network Secretariat. The program for the establishment of funded research groups will help ensure the next generation of r...
In response to the shocking events in Ukraine, the Eötvös Loránd Research Network Secretariat has made an appeal to the members of the network to support researchers in difficulty. Offers are continuously arriving to the specially created email addre...
We at the Eötvös Loránd Research Network are deeply shocked and saddened by the situation unfolding in Ukraine and our deepest sympathy goes to everyone affected. We are closely monitoring the events and exploring possibilities to assist our fellow r...
The aim of the HUNOR – Hungarian to Orbit program launched by the Hungarian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade is to enable world-class Hungarian scientific experiments and tests to be carried out at the International Space Station through the par...
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A large-scale project to establish the ELKH Data Repository has been launched in collaboration with experts from three research centers in the Eötvös Loránd Research Network (ELKH): the Institute for Computer Science & Control (SZTAKI), the Centre...
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The bones that the researchers of the Research Centre for the Humanities reported on in the first stage of their scientific research may belong to the close family of King Andrew I of Hungary, who founded the Benedictine monastery in Tihany, and perh
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ELKH researchers led by István Katona and György Keserű at the Institute of Experimental Medicine and at the Institute of Natural Sciences, respectively, developed a novel method that enables the visualization of drug binding on the surface of neuron...
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The Eötvös Loránd Research Network (ELKH) Secretariat has established the Eötvös Loránd Research Network Prize and the Róbert Bárány Prize applicable to young researchers to recognize outstanding academic performance within the network. In addition,
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Társadalom, the new printed volume of the National Atlas of Hungary (MNA), as well as an English-language version, Society, were presented on 16 September 2021, alongside interactive digital versions of the same publications (e-MNA). The Geographical...
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Funding for the research network has more than doubled to nearly HUF 50 billion, researcher salaries have been increased by an average of 30 percent, budget allocation has been transformed to consider the institutions’ scientific performance, which p...