29 Nov
This year’s “Debrecen Award for Molecular Medicine” has been granted to Michael N. Hall, a leading researcher of the development and treatment of diseases related to human tumors, metabolism, and immunology.
26 Nov
A business forum was organised at Debrecen University, with the participation of the heads of government of Hungary and the Ukraine. The university’s innovative pharmaceutical cluster was also presented at the bilateral meeting.
26 Nov
A professional relationship stretching back over more than twenty five years was the basis for Debrecen University’s award of an honorary doctorate to Péter Kónya, the rector of Prešov University.
25 Nov
After a gap of thirty years, quadruplets were born once again in the Debrecen University Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology. The birth of the babies was helped by a 12-strong team of doctors.
24 Nov
A visiting professor from India has arrived in Debrecen recently to be the new head of the Department of Ayurveda.
18 Nov
In addition to national dishes from abroad, like cottage pie, tortilla patata, and gazpacho, Hungarian fasírt [appr.: meat loaf] and somlói [chocolate sponge cake] were also on the bill of fare at this year’s International Dinner.
17 Nov
According to the university rankings most recently published by the Hungarian periodical HVG, the University of Debrecen is among the best institutions of higher education in Hungary and it also offers one of the widest ranges of academic programs in the nation.
17 Nov
The traditions of Scandinavian, South Slavic, and Hungarian handball goalkeeper cultures came together at a unique conference hosted by the University of Debrecen, held last Thursday in Sport Science Educational Center.
17 Nov
Health industry startups and SMEs could present and introduce themselves at what is called SmartHealth Meetup, hosted by University of Debrecen Technology and Knowledge Transfer Center on November 16 at Nagyerdei Víztorony during the course of Startup Week.
14 Nov
As part of a joint international effort, the activities in the framework of what is called SocialErasmus Week were held this fall simultaneously in as many as 38 countries altogether. The University of Debrecen did not miss the chance to take part in this social initiative this time either.