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The minister of innovation and technology opened a virology national laboratory and a human reproduction national laboratory at the University of Pécs on Friday.

László Palkovics said the government was supporting the development and opening of 17 national laboratories and a research laboratory in Hungary this year with 14 billion forints (EUR 40m) and a total of 90 billion forints will be allocated for them in upcoming years.

National laboratories could become “internationally recognised scientific hubs focusing the best professionals from domestic universities and companies and their skills”, he added.

Hungarian Research Group: Coronavirus Extremely Flexible and Resilient, Able to Self-heal
Hungarian Research Group: Coronavirus Extremely Flexible and Resilient, Able to Self-heal

Semmelweis University just announced that its researchers, together with researchers from the National Security Laboratory of the National Center for Public Health, were able to study the structure of the active and infectious coronavirus and found that the corona-shaped spikes covering the surface of the virus are extremely flexible, like a rubber ball, and the […]Continue reading

The institutions created on the initiative of the ministry of innovation and technology will pull together domestic professional talent in areas of special importance for the national economy with the aim to address global problems, he said.

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