First module of AI supercomputer developed by ITM, OTP Bank inaugurated
Innovation and Technology Minister Laszlo Palkovics on Monday inaugurated the first module of an AI supercomputer built in partnership between the Ministry of Innovation and Technology (ITM) and OTP Bank.
Dogs can differentiate between languages, ELTE study finds
Dogs are able to distinguish between different languages, according to a fresh brain imaging study conducted by ethologists at Budapest's Eotvos Lorand University (ELTE).
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.
Kariko to receive Franklin Medal
Katalin Kariko and co-researcher Drew Weissman will be among scientists recognised with next year's Benjamin Franklin Medals for their achievement in life sciences, the Philadelphia-based Franklin Institute announced on its website on Thursday.
Hungarian astronauts to conduct unique experiments at ISS
The procedure to select Hungarian astronauts for a 30-60-day mission to the International Space Station is under way. The astronauts are scheduled to test world-class Hungarian innovations and conduct unique experiments aboard the ISS in the middle of the decade.
ITM partners with OTP Bank to build Europe’s largest supercomputer
The innovation and technology ministry (ITM) and OTP Bank have partnered to build Europe's largest supercomputer, minister Laszlo Palkovics told the Infoter conference in Balatonfured on Tuesday.
French Academy of Sciences honours Kariko
Hungarian biochemist Katalin Kariko has been awarded this year's Grande Medaille, the French Academy of Sciences said on Tuesday.
Hungarian secondary school students awarded at EU Contest for Young Scientists
Three Hungarian secondary school students fetched special awards at the 32nd EU Contest for Young Scientists at the University of Salamanca in Spain, held online from Sept. 17 to 19, the Hungarian Association for Innovation said on Tuesday.
Hungarian evolutionary biologist Szathmary elected member of UNESCO IBSP board
Eors Szathmary, a Hungarian evolutionary biologist, has been elected to the board of UNESCO's International Basic Sciences Programme (IBSP), Budapest ELTE University's ELKH Centre for Ecological Research said on Wednesday.
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.