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Fábián Botond in the deepest cave of the Earth

Fábián Botond, who was our student at the Environmental Science Department, this summer visited the Krubera-Voronya cave, which lays in the Arabica-massif (Northwestern part of Gruzia). This cave is the deepest one known today. Botond reached the deepest dry place in the cave at an altitude of 2080 m under sea level.

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Green minutes with Ágnes Balázsi, PhD

Anita Deák from the Agnus Radio interviewed our colleague, Ágnes Balázsi, PhD, about the relationship between man and nature. She has also highlighted the importance and the sustainability of this relationship.

2 months ago

 

The new academic year during the pandemic

In the first weeks of the new academic year we will hold offline seminars and laboratory works. Please read carefully the regulations for the personal conduct in the faculty buildings.

3 months ago

 

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