“Pilate”, a Hungarian film directed by Linda Dombrovszky and based on a novel by world-renowned Hungarian author Magda Szabó, is competing for the Golden Globe Awards after being selected into the Foreign Language Film Series 2021 programme, the Hungarian Film Institute told MTI on Monday.
Hungary has changed Spain’s coronavirus classification from “green” to “yellow”, indicating a higher risk of infection, according to a decision of the chief medical officer published in the official gazette Hivatalos Értesítő.
EIB signs €30 million agreement supporting EryDel’s red blood cell (RBC) innovation strategy.
The timing of EFSA’s assessment of the safety of dietary sugars has been revised due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the review of the exceptionally high volume of scientific information being considered.
Czech private railway company RegioJet has launched a direct service linking Prague, Brno, Vienna, and Budapest, the company told MTI.
LOT Polish Airlines said it will launch a direct flight between Budapest and Wroclaw on August 24.
Yesterday, the European Commission has invited more than 200 blood-collection services around the EU to apply for funding for the purchase of plasmapheresis equipment, i.e. equipment that takes plasma from donors.
The Commission has proposed today Erasmus+ funding for five new Platforms of Centres of Vocational Excellence, to meet the needs of an innovative, inclusive and sustainable economy. Funded through Erasmus+ for a maximum budget of €4 million each, the platforms will be active in sectors such as green innovation and urban greening, microelectronics, and the […]
Greece’s Goldair group has entered the ground handling services market in Budapest, business daily Világgazdaság said, citing a report by aviation industry website Airportal.hu.
After a series of national rounds held in their respective countries, Bocuse d’Or Europe will be the next and penultimate stage for chefs to qualify for the grand finale and try and win the much coveted title of best chef in the world.