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When and for what purpose were the most important scientific societies founded? How have their structure and role changed over time? In his series on national academies of science, academician Gábor Hamza, Professor Emeritus of the Department of Roman Law and Comparative Legal History at Eötvös Loránd University, will answer these questions, among others.
There are about 20,000 known allergens worldwide, affecting more and more people every year. The number of children with allergies has increased by 50% in the last two decades.
In order to promote the scientific activities of young academics, the Faculty's management is launching a call for applications for the use of the dedicated application fund.
The development allows for a safe and realistic presentation of accident-prone situations.
The aim of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences' Lendület Programme is to strengthen the Hungarian young researcher base by creating opportunities for internationally top-performing researchers to establish independent research groups and to continue the research of successfully established research groups.
Political Science and Law LXIII.volume • 2022 • No. 1
The participants of the conference organised by the Institute of Geography of the Centre for Astronomy and Earth Sciences (MTA Excellent Research Site) analysed the geographical background and geopolitical actualities of the Russian-Ukrainian war and its impact on Transcarpathia and the Hungarians of Transcarpathia.
What are the main features of Hungarian teacher training? What are the levels of teacher education and what does research-based teacher education mean? Why is the well-being of teachers inevitable? How do we see the possible future of Hungarian teacher education in the light of the data? The speakers of the conference organized by the Pedagogical Scientific Committee of the Department of Philosophy and Historical Sciences of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences at the Headquarters of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences also sought answers to these questions.
The Hungarian Academy of Sciences has announced the renewed, open call for applications for the Academic Youth Prize. Since 2021, the award is open not only to those who previously worked in the Academy's research network, but also to all young researchers who are members of the Academy's public body.