Magyar Testnevelési és Sporttudományi Egyetem21 June 2023 Japanese Ambassador pays visit to the Hungarian University of Sports Science A delegation from the Japanese Embassy, including His Excellency Masato Otaka Ambassador, Yuki Iwasaki, second diplomat, Head of the Cultural and Press Department and Sachiko Győri, cultural assistant have visited our university recently. Magyar Testnevelési és Sporttudományi Egyetem11 May 2023 HUSS adds two more honorary doctors' name to the marble plaque On 10 May, two newly announced honorary doctors’, namely that of Dr Li Li Ji’s and Dr Scott Powers’s name was inscribed on the marble plaque to be found at the Hungarian University of Sports Science (HUSS). Magyar Testnevelési és Sporttudományi Egyetem22 March 2023 Prof Zsolt Radák and colleagues publish article in Nature Metabolism Prof Zsolt Radák, Director of the Research Center for Molecular Exercise Science at the Hungarian University of Sports Science (HUSS) acts as a co-author of a scientific article in one of the world's most highly-ranked scientific journals, Nature Metabolism. Magyar Testnevelési és Sporttudományi Egyetem21 November 2022 Zsolt Radák is back among the world's top scientists After last year's excellent results, one of the top lecturers at the Hungarian University of Sports Sciences (HUSS), Prof Dr Zsolt Radák has been ranked among the world's leading scientists. Magyar Testnevelési és Sporttudományi Egyetem30 August 2022 Tibor Hortobágyi's article published in Ageing Research Review The article titled „The impact of aerobic and resistance training intensity on markers of neuroplasticity in health and disease” published by Dr Tibor Hortobágyi, Research Professor at the Department of Kinesiology at the Hungarian University of Sports Science (HUSS) was published in the Ageing Research Review, a scientific journal with almost 12 impact factors. Magyar Testnevelési és Sporttudományi Egyetem10 June 2022 Dr Zsolt Radák and his research team win an academic research grant The Research Center for Molecular Exercise Science, led by Dr. Zsolt Radák, has successfully submitted a grant application to the Hungarian Academy of Sciences (HAS) post-Covid 2021-28 Grants Scheme.