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Kele Momentum Grant Receives 232 Million to Target Conditional Drug Release in Cancer

The aim of the Momentum Program of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences is to support excellence and strengthen the domestic research base. The Program supports the research of outstanding young talents and high-performing researchers based on innovative, original ideas by providing resources for the exploration of new topics and the [...]

2024. June 17.|Recent News|

In-situ captured antibacterial action of peptide lamellae – a supramolecular antibiotic designed at HUN-REN RCNS

According to the WHO prognosis, infections caused by microorganisms resistant to conventional antibiotics will be the leading cause of death worldwide by 2050.  To combat antibacterial resistance, novel compounds exerting unique actions are needed. Researchers at HUN-REN RCNS have reported their first promising results of a potent alternative in this [...]

2024. May 30.|Recent News|

HUN-REN RCNS hosts the BIOEAST Bioeconomy Conference 

On 6-7 March, ÖMKI, BME, and HUN-REN Research Centre for Natural Sciences (HUN-REN RCNS) are hosting a major international bioeconomy conference at the HUN-REN RCNS in Budapest, Hungary. The event will highlight current issues on the development of the bioeconomy in Central and Eastern Europe through presentations and workshop sessions, in the context of BIOEAST's medium-term plans and the upcoming Hungarian EU [...]

2024. February 19.|Recent News|

Gergely Rona receives EMBO Installation Grant

EMBO announced that ten life scientists have been awarded EMBO Installation Grants, which support group leaders who will move to, or have recently moved to, countries participating in the scheme. The scientists’ inspiring research spans a wide range of biological processes: ageing, tumour biology, gut-brain axis communication, microbiota and gene [...]

2024. January 16.|Recent News|
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