News

19 Jul
Technical training to be launched
Preparations for the expansion of the Faculty of Engineering, University of Debrecen, the renovation of the Chemistry Building and the construction of the new vehicle laboratory are all included in the Hungarian government’s 13 billion forints’ worth of education package.
09 Jul
Light-emitting polymers have been discovered
The special fluoresent compounds developed by the researchers of the Department of Applied Chemistry of the faculty of Science and technology, University of Debrecen, can also be used in cancer diagnostics, cell biology, and analytics.
19 Jun
Metal Complexes in Focus
The most recent results in the decisive branch of complex chemistry, the production and examination of metal complexes have been presented at the International Symposium on Metal Complexes 2019, which has also been awarded the title Debrecen University Symposium.
19 Jun
Outstanding instrument development at the Faculty of Science and Technology
A structural testing and analytical instrument centre, unique in Hungary, has been established at the Department of Chemistry of the Faculty of Science and Technology, University of Debrecen. The total value of the three up-to-date instruments exceeds 780 million HUF.
17 Jun
Billions for improving technical education
The Hungarian Government supports the development of the technical education of the University of Debrecen with close to 20 billion forints. According to plans, vehicle engineering training can start by September 2020, with aviation engineering as a major included.
20 May
Focus on metal organic framework catalysis
An international scientific conference was organized by leaders and staff members of the Department of Physical Chemistry at the Faculty of Science and Technology of the University of Debrecen, to honour the 70th birthday of Ferenc Joó, an outstanding professor of physical chemistry.
16 May
Debrecen chemists on the cover
Glycomimetics that are easier to produce and can be more efficiently used have been produced by chemists of the UD. Their research into the synthetisation of the type of chemicals has been published on the cover of the prestigious New Journal of Chemistry.
29 Mar
Nobel Prize Laureate Biochemist Wins The uDEsia-Award
Arieh Warshel, a worlwide-renowned biochemist, has been the first to win the University of Debrecen Science Impact Award (uDEsia) of UD. The Nobel Prize laureate researcher received the award from rector Zoltán Szilvássy on 29 March.
28 Mar
Vegetation Dynamics From A New Perspective
The Department of Ecology and one of the Lendület Working Groups of UD have published two studies regarding the analysis of the re-settlement processes of lawn in Scientific Reports, which belongs to the renowned Nature Publishing Group.
08 Mar
Award-Winning Thesis On Freshwater Life
An English-language doctoral thesis made by a Ph.D. student of the Department of Botany of UD has won the first place award of the European Federation For Freshwater Sciences (EFFS). The dissertation deals with the role of migratory waterbirds in the dispersal of plants and invertebrates.

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