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Centre for Ecological Research

Budapest, Hungary

The Centre for Ecological Research is the largest ecology institute in Hungary, and therefore it is dedicated to being an advisor to the nation on issues related to biodiversity and ecosystems, and also responsible for supporting the development of ecology in Hungary. There are four institutes within the Centre, the Balaton Limnological Institute, the Danube Research Institute, the Institute of Evolution and the Institute of Ecology and Botany. These Institutes work on integrating disciplines as the solution to our environmental problems cannot be solved in isolation.

Within the Centre, the Institute of Evolution with 18 researchers is the partner of the project. They form numerous research groups working on diverse topics of evolution from the question of origin of life through the evolutionary background of cooperation and mutualism to Darwinian medicine and emerging diseases. The integrating principle among these diverse topics is the deep evolutionary view.

Group Expertise

We regularly apply dynamical system modelling as a general method for studying a variety of evolutionary and ecological problems, including the microbial communication and microbiome dynamics. One of the current strategic aims of the institute is to enhance the interaction of the theoretical research with innovative projects such as FindingPheno.

Centre for Ecological Research

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 952914

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