Biotechnology is amongst those interdisciplinary sciences, which unites most modern biological sciences with engineering technologies to create such products via manipulating living and biological systems, which could help in the advancement of medical, agricultural, food and pharmaceutical industry.

At present, most of the problems mankind will face in the near future could be solved only through advanced biotechnological methods. This could manifest in the production of new kind of fuels, seawater based bioprocesses, waste-product treatment, forage production, usage of CO2 as raw material (converting CO2 and C into fuels), regenerative medicine and also in the production of faster and effective vaccines/medicines, nanotechnological methods and the understanding of human genetics.


Professor György Sipos
PhD., biologist, functional genomics, bioinformatics, metabolomics

Gábor Kovács
PhD., geneticist, functional genomics, bioinformatics, metabolomics

Professor Peter Gariaev
PhD., molecular-biologist, founder of wave-genetics

dr. Martin Distel
geneticist, bioinformatician

Mid term
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