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The Hungarian Academy of Sciences Debrecen Regional Committee on Animal Breeding and the Resilience for Dairy H2020 project held a scientific...

With the graduation ceremony of the Faculty of Medicine coming first, a series of winter commencement ceremonies at the University of Debrecen will begin this weekend.

The University of Debrecen and the South Dakota State University have concluded an agreement for the purposes of the expansion of educational and research relations and the promotion of international cooperation. The partnership agreement was signed at Brookings by Endre Harsányi, the vice chancellor responsible for the development of agricultural and food science.

The current trends and most recent research findings were presented at the international biotechnology symposium held at the DAB Building in Debrecen. One of the key topics was mycotoxin research.

Researchers of UD have developed a technology that allows the manufacturing of a new dietary supplement by extracting antocianin from sour cherry. The consortium comprised of the university and Sorapharm Ltd. received an EU grant of over HUF 1.5 billion for the project. The dietary supplement developed in the framework of the project has been registered by the National Institute of Pharmacy and Nutrition. The results of the project were reported at UD on Thursday.

Without plant protection, there is no efficient agriculture, as we learned at the 27th Eastern Hungarian Plant Protection Forum. At the event, organised jointly by the Institute of Plant Protection of UD and organisations operating in the sector, experts discussed the transformation of plant protection in Hungary and the impact of the relevant EU directives.

The future of work and the work of the future in the agricultural space - May 5th 2021, more about the program   The topics covered:

"Every day I look for new challenges and strive to tackle them"

DE success at NAK TechLab The two-member team of the University of Debrecen finished first in the student idea category in the national final of the NAK TechLab innovation competition of the National Chamber of Agriculture. They hope that their idea will become a tool that will be used by many in the near future.

New research center at MÉK