BME hosted its fifth international space conference including presentations from renowned foreign and Hungarian experts.
The results of BME’s researchers played a key role in the development of a modern insulin applicator for diabetic patients.
A total of eighty students received their diplomas at a celebration at the end of their studies at BME’s English-language Bachelor’s and master’s programmes.
BME’s staff members shared information on major grant programmes aimed at allowing participants to spend part of their studies, train and take part in short-term study visits abroad.
Significant discoveries involving the MTA-BME Lendület (“Momentum”) Spintronics Research Group (PROSPIN)
Following its resounding success at CES, the game, jointly developed by BME and the Nokia Bell Labs in Budapest, is about to be showcased in several international conferences.
Steel wedding chapel designed by BME educated architect couple features in international design magazine.
The mathematical, historical and personal background of code-breaking discussed at one of the key events of the Hungarian Science Festival.