Latest news and regulations regarding the coronavirus situation.
We would like to kindly invite you to a webinar on the topic: Technology transfer and innovations in Armenia This webinar will take place on Tuesday, 10 May 2022, 3-5 pm CET. Following topics will be explored and discussed: Who are the main actors in the R&D and innovation landscape in Armenia? Which are the key
AGROSYM 2022 Organizing Committee has decided to extend the deadline for the new abstract submission until 20th of May, 2022. Learn more →
The Equus Days could finally return in 2022. This iconic event of the spring semester was pushed back into the online space for two years because of the coronavirus epidemic. Equus Days have been a tradition since 1975 that brings together different grades of veterinary students to have fun together before the exam period. This
We cordially invite you to the 10th International Deer Biology Congress (IDBC) that will be held from September 4-9, 2022, at the Faculty
of Agrobiotechnical Sciences, Osijek, Croatia.
We would like to kindly invite you to a webinar on the topic: Technology transfer and innovations in Hungary This webinar will take place on Tuesday, 12 April 2022, 3-5 pm CET. Following topics will be explored and discussed: Who are the main actors in the R&D and innovation landscape in Hungary? Which are the key
The ECVME and Graz Conference invite you to have a glimpse into the future of medical type university trainings. At ECVME in Budapest, you can learn more about “The use of artificial intelligence, digital technologies and virtual/augmented reality in veterinary and medical education”.
The principle of blood donation is that only healthy people can donate blood, thus protecting the health of both the blood donor and the patient receiving the blood, so please do not come if you are not completely healthy! Place: Student Centre (building “P”) – Please note that during the blood donation event dogs can not
Dear Visitors! We would like to inform you that the Department and Clinic of Equine Medicine suspended the admission of patients until April 4, 2022, due to suspected cases of herpes virus. Thank you for your understanding!
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