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Balázs Gulyás spoke of the outstanding intellectual richness, curiosity, creativity, and tendency to answer questions, which are nurtured in us, partly in the family, partly in the school system. Citing his experiences in Southeast Asia as an example, he emphasized that the kind of creativity that the Hungarian mind adds to acquired knowledge is rare, as the Hungarian mind is always full of questions.

Historical experiences and individual personal experiences force us to accept everything that happens around us with a sufficient degree of skepticism, ask questions about things, and try to find solutions, he said, adding that the special structure and logic of the Hungarian language may have played a big role. role in this. Our senior researchers who left the country were also forced to constantly rethink and reform due to the internal linguistic transformation that fertilized them.

Balázs Gulyás, who has been in charge of the HUN-REN Research Network for nearly ten months, talked about what needs to be done in the field of training the next generation in order to continue to achieve achievements similar to the previous ones. He said: In different parts of the world, he saw that great personalities encourage research and create schools that attract young people. Secondly, he pointed to the concept of an interesting scientific challenge that attracts young people. He added: Money is also needed, which is also important, but only after that.

He stressed that as long as there are great figures in the field of research in Hungary who can deal with the outstanding problems, there will be an offer.

Minister of Culture and Innovation János Škák (b) speaks with Balázs Gulyás, physician, neurobiologist and head of the Hungarian Research Network HUN-REN, during the recording of the Kossuth Az este radio program at the Media Service Support and Asset Management Fund (MTVA) studio in Úbuda on February 8, 2024 .
Photo: Koszticsák Szilárd / Source: MTI

The minister added:

He also sees in the field of culture and higher education that there are many ideas and concepts, and there are personalities, but cooperation must be organized.

Palasz Gulyás emphasized: Hungary has a large number of researchers, there are figures who play a leadership role, and there is a will at the governmental and national levels, and this trio will succeed together.

For him, the three most important qualities of a researcher are the search for novelty, the search for challenges, and the ability to tolerate failure. He emphasized that moving forward is possible, even at the cost of minor failures, because we can always rise to a higher level this way.

János Škák spoke about the phenomenon of brain drain, stressing that a reverse process has begun, with more people now moving to Hungary than leaving.

He prefers to talk about cerebral circulation, because it creates a win-win situation for everyone, Balazs Gulyas added. This process needs to be strengthened, he said, stressing that many world-famous researchers want to join us, and that Hungarian researchers will also return to their homeland.

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