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Books/brochures

Title Janika's questions about physics (in Hungarian)
Year of publication 2015
Author Lévai Géza
Published by MTA Atomki
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Target audience: schoolchildren and interested people.

Content: a discussion between a little boy and his father about phenomena in everyday life and their explanations. With lots of illustrations.

Title MEF flyer (in Hungarian)
Year of publication 2015
Author Király Beáta
Published by MTA Atomki
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Target audience: schoolchildren and interested people.

Content: potentials and programs available after the end of the project 'Understandable-available physics' (MEF).

Title Atomki booklet /detailed (in English)
Year of publication 2014
Author Hunyadi Mátyás
Published by MTA Atomki
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Target audience: professionals, actual and future collaborating partners.

Content: the main research topics of Atomki.

Title Atomki booklet /short (in Hungarian)
Year of publication 2013
Author Kiss Árpád Zoltán, Hunyadi Mátyás
Published by MTA Atomki
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Target audience: public.

Content: the main values of Atomki in the past 60 years.

Title MEF brochure (in Hungarian)
Year of publication 2013
Author Hunyadi Mátyás, Király Beáta
Published by MTA Atomki
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Target audience: schoolchildren and interested people.

Content: potentials and programs planned in the frame of the project 'Understandable-available physics' (MEF).

Title Atomki Annual Report
Year of publication 2012
Published by MTA Atomki
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Target audience: professionals, collaborating partners.

Content: the main research topics and results of the given year.

Details: Science > Annual Reports

Title Devil's Stone - Misterious Heritage of the Hungarian Faust (in Hungarian)
Year of publication 2012
Author Pierrot, Gábor Endre
Published by Alexandra Kiadó
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Target audience: schoolchildren and interested people.

Content: The main character of the story is Jonathan Hunt, a Hungarian journalist from New York; he follows up the clues and gets into thrilling situations. The investigation is about the famous meteorite found near Kaba and the secret can be uncovered only with the equipments of Atomki.

Details about the book and the adventure game: Miasma.

Title Atomki booklet /50 years (in English)
Year of publication 2004
Author Máté Zoltán, Rajta István
Published by MTA Atomki
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Target audience: professionals, collaborating partners.

Content: history and research topics of Atomki on the occasion of its 50th anniversary.

Title Atomki booklet /50 years (in Hungarian)
Year of publication 2004
Author Máté Zoltán, Rajta István
Published by MTA Atomki
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Target audience: professionals, collaborating partners.

Content: history and research topics of Atomki on the occasion of its 50th anniversary.

Title Emanation of Atomki (in Hungarian)
Year of publication 2004
Author Máté Zoltán, Rajta István
Published by MTA Atomki
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Target audience: public.

Content: some results of Atomki in the past 50 years.

Title Stories from Atomki (in Hungarian)
Year of publication 2004
Author Gyarmati Borbála, Lovas Rezső
Published by MTA Atomki
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In Hungarian.

Title Institute for Nuclear Research
Year of publication 2000
Author Kovách Ádám
Published by Magyar Tudományos Akadémia
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In Hungarian.

Title Atomki chronology 1954-1989
Year of publication 1989
Author Medveczky László
Published by MTA Atomki
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In Hungarian.

Title Atomki (in English)
Year of publication 1987
Author Kovách Ádám
Published by MTA Atomki
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The Institute of Nuclear Research of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Debrecen, was established in 1954 with the principal aims to conduct research in fundamental nuclear physics, to develop equipment for such purposes, as well as to apply nuclear techniques in other branches of science and in solving specific problems of practical importance.

Title Atomki (in Hungarian)
Year of publication 1987
Author Kovách Ádám
Published by MTA Atomki
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In Hungarian.

Title ATOMKI (in English)
Year of publication 1981
Author Kovách Ádám
Published by MTA Atomki
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The research activities of the Institute are grouped into three main areas: basic nuclear and atomic physics studies, interdisciplinary research and the application of scientific results, which are harmoniously interrelated. Accordingly, the activities of the staff are almost equally distributed among the three main fields: basic research takes about one third of the total research capacity, and the other two thirds are devoted equally to interdisciplinary research as well as to solving practical tasks, making use of experience gained in both basic and interdisciplinary research.

Title ATOMKI (in Hungarian)
Year of publication 1981
Author Kovách Ádám
Published by MTA Atomki
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In Hungarian.

Title ATOMKI (in English)
Year of publication 1976
Author Medveczky László, Lovas Rezső
Published by MTA Atomki
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The Institute of Nuclear Research of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences developed from the Institute for Experimental Physics of Kossuth University, Debrecen. In the Institute for Experimental Physics nuclear research was initiated in 1936 by A. Szalay, the founder and the former director of ATOMKI for more than two decades. After having returned from study-tours abroad, he pursued his work in Debrecen under rather unfavourable conditions with the help of but a few enthusiastic people. After the liberation that work resulted in the developing of the "Debrecen scientific school of nuclear physics" and in the foundation of this Institute in 1954.

Title ATOMKI (in Hungarian)
Year of publication 1976
Author Medveczky László, Lovas Rezső
Published by MTA Atomki
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In Hungarian.

Title ATOMKI (in English)
Year of publication 1970
Author Berényi Dénes
Published by MTA Atomki
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The Institute of Nuclear Research is an institution of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences developed from the Institute of Experimental Physics of the Kossuth Lajos University, Debrecen, Hungary.

In the Institute of Experimental Physics nuclear research activity was initiated in 1936 by A. Szalay, the present director of ATOMKI, with the investigation of the excited states of elements of low atomic weight. It was in that year that Dr. Szalay returned from Cambridge, England, where he had been working for six months in Rutherford's institute.

Title ATOMKI (in Hungarian)
Year of publication 1970
Author Berényi Dénes
Published by MTA Atomki
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In Hungarian.