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Orbán meets Nobel laureate Krausz

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán and several members of his government met Nobel Prize winning scientist Ferenc Krausz for talks on Wednesday, the PM's press chief said.

The officials and Krausz discussed government measures necessary to implement the strategic goals of Krausz’s Center for Molecular Fingerprinting until 2030, and the government will finalise plans for the further funding of CMF’s research, Bertalan Havasi said.

According to its website, CMF said it was “driven by a vision: probing human health by capturing miniscule changes in the molecular composition of blood plasma with cutting-edge ultrashort-pulsed laser technology. Infrared molecular fingerprinting is to be established as a cornerstone of next-generation molecular diagnostics, paving the way towards future population health monitoring.”

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