The Budapest University of Technology and Economics takes the 254th place among the world’s top 400 universities for engineering and technology, being the only university from Hungary that is listed in Quacquarelli Symonds ranking.
From 1st September, 2014 the memorial exhibition of Gábor Kazinczy, the internationally acknowledged engineer-scientist in BME OMIKK.
Researchers of the Institute of Physics of BME Faculty of Natural Sciences published a new, inexpensive method for the detection of malaria parasites in early stage of the disease, in the PlosONE journal.
A young structural engineer from the Faculty of Civil Engineering of BME has designed an absolutely unique, integrated aviary and wild animal garden for the Budakeszi Wildlife Park.
A researcher of BME is involved in analysis and processing of comet photos taken by the spacecraft of the European Space Agency.
Erasmus+ Programme launched this year covers not only education and training but also youth issues and sports.
A PhD student in her research is examining the seasonal changes of the hydrosphere and the related mass distribution. The results are different from what would be expected.
Developers informed Gábor Péceli, Rector of the University of Technology during his visit at the control station of MASAT that BME-1 is being developed to measure electromagnetic radiation in the atmosphere.
The Society for the Study of Emerging Markets held its annual EuroConference in collaboration with the Department of Finance on 6-8 July, 2014 in Budapest, Hungary.