Extreme hot weather has stronger impacts on avian reproduction in forests than in cities

Climate change and urbanization are among the most salient human induced environmental effects. Heat events have become more frequent in the past decades, and urban areas usually have higher temperatures than surrounding natural areas, due to urban heat island effect. But, it is poorly known how the increasing heat in urban areas affect wild animals in urban environments: whether they adapt better to the higher temperatures, or suffer more because they experience heat much more than conspecifics in natural habitats. This wuestion was the focus of a new study of the MTA-PE Evolutionary Ecology Research Group, published in Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution.


Maintaining Momentum: meet the Complex Systems Monitoring Research Group

The fourth industrial revolution involves the vertical and horizontal integration of systems and organizations in industrial production. The research group developed algorithms that are able to characterize increasingly complex systems that emerge from digital transformation, to explore their frequently and rapidly changing internal interdependencies, and to manage risks associated with environmental impacts and failures. The developed algorithms characterize the internal relationships of sequences of events and the interconnectedness of system elements. The primary objective of the research was the development of solutions that increase the productivity and competitiveness of national and European manufacturing and service enterprises. Adapting to the national economic situation, brownfield solutions and the support of the work of operators were in the focus. Machine learning and modeling tools for analyzing data with significant societal relevance were also developed, mostly for the analysis of the interrelationship of sustainability goals and educational data.


Secrets of higher education rankings - closing workshop of MTA-PE Budapest Ranking Research Group

The MTA-PE Budapest Ranking Research Group (ELKH), operating at the Faculty of Business and Economics of the University of Pannonia from 1 July 2017 to 30 June 2022, held a closing workshop on the 25th of May 2022.   So far the research group has published nearly 40 publications  in national and international journals.  Among the invited speakers were Ádám Török, full member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (HAS) the spiritus rector of  the research group, Péter Mihályi, corresponding member of the HAS, as well as Zsuzsa Veroszta and György Fábri, renowned researchers of the Hungarian higher education and ranking. The Budapest Ranking Research Group presented its results in two lectures and a short summary. Among other things the research group has analyzed the institutional preferences resulting from student applications and the underlying motivations, the attraction area of institutions, changes in student standards, and the impact of higher education on mobility and employment. The research group developed a method that creates “objective” leagues, eliminating the error of comparing apples to oranges when making rankings.  The published results may help the university decision makers to find the areas to be improved and by that promote the position of their institute.


A new method for the early diagnosis of prostate cancer - international patent submitted by researchers from the University of Pannonia

A new prostate cancer diagnosis method has been developed by researchers at the University of Pannonia. The developed method features a more accurate diagnosis than currently available for prostate cancer, based on urinary testing. The N-glycan profiling of urinary prostate-specific antigen allows the distinction of benign prostatic hyperplasia from prostate cancer, and prostate cancer can be classified into low-, medium-, and high-risk subgroups.

B. Reider, E. Gacsi, H. Jankovics, F. Vonderviszt, T.Szarvas, A. Guttman, G. Jarvas; Integrated workflow for urinary prostate specific antigen N-glycosylation analysis using sdAb partitioning and downstream capillary electrophoresis separation; Analytica Chimica Acta, 1184 (2021) 338892

G. Jarvas, B. Reider, H. Jankovics, F. Vonderviszt, and A. Guttman; Integrated method for urinary prostate specific antigen N-glycosylation profiling by capillary electrophoresis #P2100233 

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