After a good year-long break due to the coronavirus epidemic, a set of texts has been compiled from the summaries requested from each of the scientific workshops, summarizing the most important international and domestic scientific findings.
“We have already come to a very important conclusion in the middle of the work that, on the one hand, it will be a digital material available on the Internet, and on the other hand, it is an open material that could be an academic at InfoRádióbn, editor-in-chief of the Hungarian Scientific Journal,” said Andras Vallos, an academic at InfoRádióbn, editor-in-chief of the Hungarian Scientific Journal.
On the website of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (by clicking here) on each available page, i.e. 11 rows provide the reader with a table of contents. From meteorology, those interested can find information on infectious diseases, the latest results of literary research or history, chemistry and physics from the table of contents.
A longer version of the conversation with András Valus can be heard below.
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