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2021. September 15.

The Keio Medical Science Prize has been awarded to Katalin Karikó "for the discovery of Specific RNA Modification Leading to mRNA Vaccine Development", as announced on 15 September 2021, Japan time. The researcher, who holds a PhD in biochemistry from the University of Szeged, will receive a certificate of merit, medal, and a monetary award of 10 million yen for her work.

2021. September 09.
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2021. July 02.
2021. June 08.

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2021. January 15.
2020. October 09.

SZTE continues to participate in online educational fairs.

2020. April 09.

A new type of messenger RNA based method is the most promising in coronavirus vaccine development.

2019. December 12.
2019. October 16.

The SZTE Albert Szent-Györgyi Health Center further enhances the standard of high-quality patient care at its clinics.

2019. May 13.
The International Cultural Evening is likely to remain one of the highlights of the cold season of 2018/2019.
2017. January 06.

University of Szeged is still the “greenest” Hungarian university according to UI Green Metric World Ranking. SZTE ranks 14th “greenest” in the world among the institutions located in city centres and is ranked 45th among Europe’s assessed universities.

2017. January 04.

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2015. December 21.

Come and take a virtual trip at the University of Szeged. We hope you enjoy the tour.

2015. November 13.

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2015. November 04.
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The Keio Medical Science Prize has been awarded to Katalin Karikó "for the discovery of Specific RNA Modification Leading to mRNA Vaccine Development", as announced on 15 September 2021, Japan time. The researcher, who holds a PhD in biochemistry from the University of Szeged, will receive a certificate of merit, medal, and a monetary award of 10 million yen for her work.