News

03 Sep
Heads of Foreign Universities in Debrecen
This year’s meeting of the general assembly of Visegrad University Association is to be held at Debrecen. Members of the university managements of as many as eight countries have arrived to participate in the three-day meeting.
03 Aug
Research on climate change in Debrecen
Researchers at the University of Debrecen are investigating climate change based on data from the past 110 years recorded in Debrecen. They have summarised the effects of weather phenomena on field and horticultural crops in a publication.
04 Jul
A Startup May Start Up out of the Innovation
Students from Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences and Environmental Management have won the contest called Health Venture Competition of the European Institute of Innovation and Technology. The gold medal they have received has been awarded for their millets (cereal) based line of products.
24 May
Visegrád Festival
Polish, Ukranian, and Hungarian students explored Hungarian water management issues within an international project at the Faculty of Agricultural, Food Science and Environmental Management of the University of Debrecen.
22 Sep
A unique long-term field experiment in Europe
Westsik’s crop rotation, developed at the Nyíregyháza Research Institute of the University of Debrecen in 1929, offers a solution to improve sandy soils. At a conference held to commemorate the 90th anniversary of the institute, researchers from 7 countries discussed the long-term field experiment.
18 Sep
Cooperation with the V4 universities
The University of Debrecen has become a full member of the Visegrad University Association (VUA). At the general meeting of the organisation, held in Moscow, it was also decided that the annual event will be held in Debrecen next year.
20 Jun
Ever Stronger Mongolian Links
At the 5th AGRIMBA-AVA Congress, opened last Tuesday, the University of Debrecen and the Mongolian University of Life Sciences signed an agreement on the launching of a double-degree programme.
15 Feb
Modern Biotechnology in Sheep Farming
The biotechnology program currently running at the University of Debrecen will generate genetically top-quality sheep. There will be animals of state-of-the-art genetic composition bred here, a result that simply would not be possible through the natural breeding process of domestic stock.
21 Sep
New Research Projects in Agriculture Conducted with a US Partner
Strategies for growing sweet potatoes and for pest management and control are to be in the focus of joint research work undertaken by experts from the University of Debrecen and Louisiana State University.
05 Sep
A New Type of Academic-Industrial Innovation
The University of Debrecen intends to be the first in Europe to introduce DEMOLA, the Finnish business incubation model, in the field of agriculture.

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