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EIT in Budapest

18.08.2008

Budapest/Brussels – The European research ministers decided in mid-June that the Hungarian capital Budapest will house the headquarters of the prestigious European Institute of Technology (EIT). With a budget of EUR308m until 2013, EUR15m of which is earmarked for a staff of 60, the EIT will coordinate the creation of research networks of universities, private institutes and companies. First calls for funding are expected to be published next year, with projects starting in 2010. In addition to Hungary, Austria and Slovakia had entered bids for the EIT headquarters with the joint candidature of Vienna and Bratislava, along with the Polish city of Wroclaw, the German city of Jena and the Spanish Sant Cugat des Vallés.

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19.03.2008

Budapest – A Hungarian research consortium has been granted a 3-year fund of EUR2m by the Hungarian government to identify new enzyme targets against multi-restistant strains of the tuberculosis agent Mycobacterium tuberculosis...

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19.02.2008

Debrecen – Israeli generic drugmaker Teva Pharmaceutical Industries is looking to expand its presence in Hungary. The pharma company wants to double capacity at its plant in Debrecen. This will involve a EUR70 million investment...

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01.01.2008

Szeged – The development of inhibitors directed against matrix metalloproteinases is at the centre of a new funding project sponsored by the Hungarian National Office for Research and Technology (NKTH). The NKTH recently granted...

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22.11.2007

Budapest/Mumbai – Solvo Biotechnology (Budapest) and Krishgen BioSystems (Mumbai, India) have formed a partnership to distribute and represent Solvo’s membrane transporter assay products and services in India. “Membrane...

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24.09.2007

Sofia – Icelandic Actavis Group announced double-digit growth in Bulgaria in the first half of 2007. Sales were up 10,65% with more than €23.1 million and 24 new products launched in the first six months of 2007. “Actavis...

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11.07.2007

Budapest – A new National Alliance for Rare Diseases in Hungary, termed Huferdis – Rare Diseases Hungary (Hungarian Federation of People with Rare and Congenital Diseases), was announced at the beginning of June. “The importance...

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16.03.2007

Budapest – The EU Environment Council, made up of the European Ministers for the Environment, rejected the proposal in February from the European Commission to lift the Hungarian prohibition to grow genetically modified maize...

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21.11.2006

Gödöllö – At the end of September, GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) inaugurated a new a100-million vaccine production plant 30 km northeast of the Hungarian capital.According to GSK, the new facility will be one of Europe’s most advanced...

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21.07.2006

Sofia – On June 1 a law banning the production and sale of a range of genetically modified organisms (GMOs), including wheat, came into effect in Bulgaria. The law represents an about-face for the country, which has experimented...

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