R&D - Innovation

Nokia Siemens Networks Sets up New R&D Center in Hungary

Nokia Siemens Network Solutions, one of the world’s leading ICT network equipment makers, has picked Hungary as one of its key R&D hubs in the railway telecommunications (GSM-R) sector.

TRV Doubles Capacity at Tisza Waste-management Plant

The regional waterworks company TRV is planning to double the original capacity of its waste-management plant at Lake Tisza from 1,100 cubic meters to 2,200.

Bosch to Create More than a Thousand New Jobs in Hungary

German automotive industry supplier Bosch is building a production hall at its base in Miskolc that will create more than a thousand jobs.

Bosch Signs for HUF 1 Billion State Support for HUF 9 Billion Expansion of R+D Center

The Hungarian unit of German engineering company Robert Bosch has signed a contract with the National Development and Economy Ministry.

Bosch to Invest HUF 9 Billion in Its Budapest-Based Automative Industrial R&D Unit

The Bosch Group, Hungary’s second most significant foreign industrial employer invests more than HUF 9 billion in its automotive industrial R&D capacity in Budapest.

Human BioPlazma Making HUF 5 Billion Investment to Expand Production Capacity

Biological-medicine company Human BioPlazma Gyártó és Kereskedelmi Kft is making a HUF 5 billion capacity expansion investment.

Hungarian SMEs Are Growing More Innovative, According to HPO

Hungarian SMEs have become more active in registering inventions and patents, according to the Hungarian Patent Office’s latest report.

Nokia Announces Innovation Contest for a Top Prize of HUF 1 million

Hungary this year has joined Nokia’s international developer contest entitled “Calling All Innovators”  Hungarian applicants can now compete not only locally, but also in the global field for cash prize and the latest handsets from Nokia.

Incubation Center of Creative Industrial Sectors Opened at University of Debrecen

The incubation center of creative industrial sectors was set up with the help of EU funding amounting to nearly HUF 400 million at the University of Debrecen.

Graboplast Files Patent for Super Massive PVC Flooring Developed with Nanotechnology

Floorcovering Manufacturers Ltd, Graboplast has filed a patent for its nanotechnological procedure, which allows for the production of scratch- and dirt-free PVC flooring, used in public buildings, such as hospitals, stadiums and metro stations.

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