University of Pannonia inaugurates HUF 486 mln innovation center
Hungary's University Pannonia announced today that it inaugurated a HUF 486 mln bio-innovation center in Keszthely in western Hungary.
The center is offering laboratories for the study of food, plant life, soil, pesticides and herbicides. The investment was supported with both European Union and Hungarian state funding.
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