The Department and Clinic of Equine Medicine of the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest has gained a CT scanner that is one of only five in the entire world.
In spite of the pandemic situation, it was not subject to question that the IV. Hungarian and International Job Fair would be organized by the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest.
What is this about? You are invited to an exciting intellectual competition, where we are looking for creative and feasible solutions for real burning problems in the world. The competition will be in the form of a Hackaton. If you are not familiar with the term, this is a marathon (e.g. 24 hours) competition, where teams
Animal welfare research and education has reached another major milestone at the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest. The newly-established Legal, Analytical and Methodological Center for Animal Welfare at the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest (in short, UVMB Center for Animal Welfare) aims to provide the scientific background for the theory and practice of animal welfare.
This year the Educatio International Education Expo was held online between 21th and 23rd of January. The University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest appeared at the virtual event with a unique digital stand to present the current courses, training opportunities.
In the fourth issue of our magazine, which closes the year of 2020, you can read about the most important news of the Rector’s Secretariat, the candlelight commemoration at the end of October, the Marek Days and about the events which were placed in the online space because of the pandemic: the Scientific Student Conference and the Open day.
2020 has been an extraordinary year in UVMB’s life too, but the education programme, which is always the university’s top priority, still went on according to the Rector’s newly developed protocol partly based on the students’ requests. Here’s the English summary of our interview with our Rector, Dr. Péter Sótonyi.
The sex of the baby elephant, which is expected to be born in spring, will be sure only after its birth, but with a new method, which is still in the experimental phase, we can already say whether it is a girl or a boy.
Natalja Lewin is a fighter, she is here at the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest getting her second degree to fulfil her purpose in life: bring change and healing into the world. Read our interview with a passionate woman who is not afraid to be honest and speak up if needed.
Viktória Verebélyi has just received her master’s degree in biology from the University of Veterinary Medicine Budapest. In our interview, we talked about the special award she received at SCIndiator’s science communication competition.