New Solution Enabling the Early Detection of Alzheimer’s Disease is Being Developed With Hungarian Participation

A screening platform based on artificial intelligence that enables the early detection of Alzheimer’s disease is being developed with the participation of scientific, business and clinical organizations from 15 countries with the support of the European Union’s Horizon Europe program – the Hungarian member of the collaboration, Pharmacoidea Kft. from Szeged, informed MTI.

EU Cohesion Policy: Inauguration of the renovated metro line in Budapest

The renovated M3 or ‘blue’ metro line in Budapest, Hungary, was inaugurated and opened to passengers. The renovation of this line – whose 17,4 km make it the longest in the city – and of 20 metro stations started in November 2017 and benefitted from €453 million Cohesion Policy funding from the 2014-2020 programming period, out of a total […]

2023 State of Schengen: achievements and key priorities ahead

Today, the Commission is presenting the second State of Schengen Report. This report is part of the Commission’s initiative to further reinforce the Schengen governance through a yearly reporting exercise presenting the state of Schengen, identifying challenges and best practices, as well as priority areas for action. The State of Schengen Report will serve as basis for […]

ECB publishes supervisory banking statistics on less significant institutions

First release of aggregated supervisory statistics on less significant institutions, complementing and mirroring existing statistics on significant institutions New statistics cover key indicators on capital, profitability, liquidity and asset quality Time series of data to start from second quarter of 2020, with quarterly updates