More than 30,000 students have participated in a state-sponsored summer jobs programme this year, daily Magyar Nemzet said.
Miklós Maróth, head of the Eötvös Loránd Research Network, has met with university representatives to begin talks on cooperation concerning the new research, development and innovation system, the Szent István University said.
Jeffrey’s Epstein’s death in a Manhattan jail cell has officially been ruled a suicide by hanging, according to the New York medical examiner.
Hungary’s Gripen fighters patrolling the airspace over the Baltic states have been alerted more than 40 times since starting their mission in May, the commander of the unit in charge of the mission said.
The number of Start “baby bond” accounts with the State Treasury has risen above 190,000 by the end of July, daily Magyar Nemzet said, citing the finance ministry’s state secretary.
The effect of being overweight and obese on the risk of cancer is at least twice as large as previously thought according to new findings by an international research team which included University of Bristol academics.
Industrial output in Hungary dropped by an annual 1.4% in June, according to unadjusted data, the Central Statistical Office (KSH) said in a second reading of data.
The innovation and technology ministry said a pilot tender for support of a combined 1 billion forints (EUR 3.1m) for companies generating electricity using renewable energy sources is expected to be called in September.
Average temperatures in Hungary have risen by more than 1°C and in Budapest by more than 1.5°C since 1901, according to a study on climate change released by the Central Statistical Office (KSH).
Hungary’s youth are the key to the survival of a family-friendly Hungarian nation, a human resources ministry official said, marking International Youth Day.