Innovation, science and research

Ernő Rubik: The Cube Represents Man as a Thinking Being

Without a doubt, Ernő Rubik is one of the most well-known Hungarians of the XXth Century. He hardly ever gives an interview but made an exception for Hungary Today. Ernő Rubik discussed the creation of his most popular invention, the Rubik’s cube, its path to enormous success and its influence. He also revealed what he is up to nowadays.

Second office opened in China

The University of Dunaújváros has been expanding cooperation agreements with Chinese higher education institutions for more than ten years. A new college has been added to the prestigious list.

Hungary can help inter-Korean ties, innovation with Central Europe

The Korea Herald Interview

Hungary is increasingly innovating its economy in cooperation with its Central European neighbors, and ready to attract more Korean investors, businesspeople, students and tourists. With Seoul equally putting great emphasis on its diplomacy with European economies, Budapest and Seoul can create an innovative partnership by harnessing their unique relationships, past and present.

Budapest: a Major Startup Hub?

Budapest has many things to offer small and medium-sized businesses. Great infrastructure, an extensive public transport network, and many government incentives are just a few examples of why many businesses, including startups, choose Budapest for their headquarters.

Artificial Intelligence Coalition Complementing IT Companies and Professional Workshops

The Coalition, which the University of Szeged is also a member of, was created to bring Hungary to the forefront of Europe, becoming an important member of the International Artificial Intelligence Community. Minister for Innovation and Technology László Palkovics emphasized that the foundation was based on Hungary's response to the challenges created by artificial intelligence, creating a platform for the cooperation of organizations working in this field.