Hungarian Academy of Sciences hosts business conference
The Hungarian Academy of Sciences hosted a conference on strengthening the relationship between business and research in Budapest today, Hungarian news agency MTI reported.
Academy chairman László Lovász said the institution went through numerous changes over the years in order to foster a better cooperation with businesses. He noted that businesses are the "customers" of the sciences.
Top officials of drugmaker Egis, software company Graphisoft, the Paks nuclear power plant, automotive industry supplier Knorr-Bremse Fékrendszerek and Nikon Instruments Europe shared their own innovations based on the academy's research with other conference-goers.
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