Hungary inaugurates HUF 4.7 billion supercomputer

A 4.7 billion forint (EUR 11.9m) supercomputer was inaugurated at the centre of the Government IT Development Agency (KIFU) on the campus of the University of Debrecen, in eastern Hungary, on Friday.

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Szijjarto: Eight competing to become next Hungarian astronaut

A shortlist of eight people have been selected from 244 applicants to become the next Hungarian astronaut who will participate in a 30-day mission at the International Space Station in late 2024 or early 2025, Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto told a ministers' meeting of ...

Hungary to get new supercomputer

Hungary has won funding of 6 billion forints (EUR 15m) for developing and operating a 20 petaflop supercomputer, the Ministry of Technology and Industry (TIM) said on Wednesday.

BME development wins EURATOM Nuclear Innovation Prize

A research team of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BME) has been awarded the Nuclear Innovation Prize from the European Atomic Energy Community (Euratom) for a reactor simulation programme developed for high-end graphics cards, the university said on Wednesday.

Hungary attends World Forestry Congress in Seoul

Forests are in the focus of Hungary's fight against climate change, Sandor Szentpeteri, Hungary's deputy state secretary in charge of the country's woods, told the 15th World Forestry Congress in Seoul on Wednesday.

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Hungary launches fourth satellite

Hungary this week launched its fourth small satellite with a mission to gauge levels of artificial electromagnetic smog in the upper atmosphere, as well as its exposure to ionising radiation, the Budapest University of Technology and Economics said on Thursday.

Kariko awarded Bolyai prize

Hungarian-born biochemist Katalin Kariko, a developer of mRNA-based vaccines, received the Bolyai Prize from President Janos Ader on Friday.

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Third Hungarian satellite launched

The third Hungarian nano-satellite was launched at the Guayana Space Center, in French Guayana, early on Tuesday, astronomer Laszlo Kiss told public television M1.

Minister highlights results in health science innovation, investment

The government has considered from the start the health industry a key sector contributing to Hungary's economic competitiveness and the results of its investments on R+D+I in health science already show, the innovation and technology minister said on Monday, outlining projects.