Publicity

News coverage of our publication Comparative Connectomics (in Hungarian):

News coverage of our publication: Identifying Combinatorial Biomarkers by Association Rule Mining in the CAMD Alzheimer’s Database

Radio report, broadcasted on August 29, 2017 in the “Szigma” magazine of Inforadio:

Media reflections to our publication: Brain Size Bias Compensated Graph-Theoretical Parameters are Also Better in Women’s Structural Connectomes

Television report, broadcasted on June 9, 2017 on the first channel of the Hungarian Television, in the “Minden Tudás” magazine:

News coverage of our publication The “Giant Virus Finder” Discovers an Abundance of Giant Viruses in the Antarctic Dry Valleys

A 25-minute television report and a talk, first aired on June 3, 2017 on “Mindenki Akadémiája” on the Hungarian Television, on this result:

 

News coverage of our publication Life without dUTPase

Television coverage, aired on November 11, 2016 in the “Minden tudás” magazine of the first channel of the Hungarian Television M1, on our result:

News coverage of our publication Parameterizable Consensus Connectomes from the Human Connectome Project: The Budapest Reference Connectome Server v3.0

News coverage of our publication How to Direct the Edges of the Connectomes: Dynamics of the Consensus Connectomes and the Development of the Connections in the Human Brain

Television coverage, aired on July 29, 2016 in the “Minden tudás” magazine of the first channel of the Hungarian Television M1, on our result:

News coverage of our publication Significant Differences Found in Short Nucleotide Sequences of Human Intestinal Metagenomes of Northern-European and Chinese Origin

Interview on Hungarian Television M1

In its prime morning show “Ma Reggel”, Hungarian Televison Channel 1 (M1) aired an interview with Balázs Szalkai and Vince Grolmusz on their publication Nucleotide 9-mers Characterize the Type II Diabetic Gut Metagenome published in Genomics:

News coverage of our publication Nucleotide 9-mers Characterize the Type II Diabetic Gut Metagenome

Interview on Radio Q (Budapest, 99.5 MHz)

Prof. Grolmusz talks on the sex differences of the connectomes. Radio Q, in its magazine “Gordius”, aired the interview on February 7, 2016 (in Hungarian):

Interview about Giant Viruses on Radio magazine “Szonda” MR1 Kossuth Radio (in Hungarian)

Vince Grolmusz and Csaba Kerepesi talked about Giant Viruses on Radio magazine “Szonda” MR1 Kossuth Radio (January 10, 2016):

News coverage of our findings about giant viruses in the Kutch desert

News coverage of our paper “Graph Theoretical Analysis Reveals: Women’s Brains Are Better Connected than Men’s”

In this paper we observed that the connectomes (brain graphs) of women are generally denser according to multiple graph parameters.

A selection of news articles (in Hungarian):

News coverage of Budapest Reference Connectome

Our webserver Budapest Reference Connectome displays a 3D interactive consensus brain graph. The media showed significant interest towards this webserver, including an interview with PIT group researchers Vince Grolmusz and Balázs Szalkai on Hungarian state TV channel M1 on April 17, 2015:

A selection of news articles (in Hungarian):

News articles on the Metagenomic Telescope

Our paper “The Metagenomic Telescope” received widespread online coverage among Hungarian news sites. Below is a selection of the news articles concerning the Telescope.

 

Radio Q – Képletes beszéd

On 27th March 2013, three young researchers of the PIT Group (Dániel Bánky, Csaba Kerepesi, Balázs Szalkai) were interviewed on Radio Q, in the program Képletes beszéd (lit. ‘speak in formulas’). We talked about our current projects and how we became members of the PIT Bioinformatics Research Group.

More information on Csanna blog (Hungarian)

Media coverage of our scrIN-SILICO project

Choose the knowledge

On Tuesday, November 29, 2005, the Hungarian Television, channel m2, aired the live show
‘Choose the knowledge (Válaszd a tudást)’, between 9:00 and 10:00 am. Two
researchers of the project, Dr. Orsolya Barabás and Dr. Vince Grolmusz were invited to the show.
They presented the main ideas of the project on the screen, including animated films.

Ex katedra

Radio magazine ‘Ex katedra’ was broadcast on December 6, 22:30, 2005, on the Kossuth station (the most popular ‘quality’ station) of
the Hungarian Radio, the link to the complete recording of the broadcast is:
http://real1.radio.hu:8080/ramgen/kossuth/2005/12/06/2005-12-06-22.rm?start=0:30:00.0

In the magazine, the project coordinator (Dr. Vince Grolmusz) and associate coordinator (Dr. Beata Vértessy) informed
the public on the main goals and ideas in our work.

Delta

The oldest and the most well-known science magazine of the Hungarian Television recorded interviews
with the leading members of the consortium on November 29 and December 2. The show was aired on January 22, 2006.

Digitális

The Kossuth station of the Hungarian Radio in a live presentation aired the “Digitális” show on November 18, 2006,
between 17:05 and 17:45. Dr. Grolmusz presented the scrIN-SILICO project and especially the research done at the Eotvos
University’s PIT group.

Media coverage and video presentations of the TB-Inter project.

The first part of our video, presenting the project (in English).


 

The second part of our video, presenting the project (in English).

 


 

Radio magazine “Szonda” covers our project. Interviewer: Julia Gimes; broadcasted on July 27, 2008 on MR1 Kossuth Radio (in Hungarian)

 


 

Radio magazine “Szonda” covers our project again. Interviewer: Julia Gimes; broadcasted in May, 2010 on MR1 Kossuth Radio (in Hungarian)


 

Television magazine “Delta” on our project. Broadcasted on September 13, 2008 on MTV Channel 1 (in Hungarian)