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András Zlinszky, research fellow of the Balaton Limnological Institute received the Outstanding Student Poster award of this year’s European Geosciences Union General Assembly, in the “Earth and Space Science Instrumentation” division. More than 9500 posters were presented at the conference in 24 divisions, with max.

The International Workshop Remote Sensing and GIS for Monitoring of Habitat Quality, organized by GEO TU Wien and the Centre for Ecological Research of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, will connect scientists, practitioners and sta

About 60 experts of 12 countries from the United Kingdom to Kazakhstan participate the Pannon Seed Bank conference starting on the 24th of February. The event concentrates on sharing of special seed bank management knowledge of experts from abroad in order to enhance further development of the Pannon Seed Bank.

For the first time, the Commission has indicated funding priorities over two years, providing researchers and businesses with more certainty than ever before on the direction of EU research policy. Calls in the 2014 budget alone are worth around €7.8 billion, with funding focused on the three key pillars of Horizon 2020:

The Biome-BGC ecosystem process model - improved by the Knowledge Base and e-Informatics Group - is now running on the GRID system of computers with EDGeS@Home desktop grid ...

Dr György Kriska, senior researcher of the Danube Research Institute authored the Freshwater Invertebrates in Central Europe – A Field Guide published by Springer.

This year it is the first time that our Institute of Ecology and Botany (IEB) among many others joins the programme series of Researcher's Night!

We provide several opportunities during this event at different sites of our Institute from 15:00 to 18:30.

The Danube has bloomed again after a long time. This phenomenon is caused by the swarming of millions of the Danube mayfly or Dunavirág (Ephoron virgo), being a special occasion because this species of mayflies has disappeared from the rivers of Middle-Europe for decades owing to water pollution.

The public could take a closer look at the work of the researchers of the International Danube Expedition at the building of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences.

Is ramballs an animal or a plant? How many kinds of hedgehogs inhabit the Hortobágy part of the Great Hungarian Plain? What are shepherd's crooks good for? We have been wandering on the Puszta for two days with the guidance of researcher Zsolt Molnár who studies the traditional knowledge of shepherds.

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