Hungarian scientists develop mycotoxin-free mushroom farming
Hungarian scientists have developed a safe method for mushroom farming, eliminating the presence of toxic substances produced by fungi, agricultural university MATE told MTI on Wednesday.
Ten Hungarian universities included in Global Ranking of Academic Subjects
Ten Hungarian universities were included this year in ShanghaiRanking Consultancy's Global Ranking of Academic Subjects (GRAS), which graded almost 2,000 institutions from 93 countries, the Innovation and Technology Ministry said on Saturday.
CoE recognises another two cultural routes concerning Hungary
The Council of Europe has granted recognition to another two cultural and archaeological routes, the Cyril and Methodius Route and the Iron Age Danube Route connecting Hungary with other countries in the region.
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.
Ader hails Hungarian invention aimed at eliminating disposable plastics
President Janos Ader on Monday hosted two young Hungarian chemists in his podcast Blue Planet, who had created a mixture of bacteria which could make plastics bio-degradable.