- 8 Jun 2021 10:12 AM
- Hungary Matters
The partners aim to study sources of artificial light that can be used for vertical farms, in greenhouses and for growing sprout fodder.
Tungsram inaugurated a 575 million forint (EUR 1.7m) commercial-scale vertical farm at its Budapest HQ in May.
Csaba Gyuricza, the university’s rector, said it is in the school’s and Tungsram’s shared interest to use the study of techniques that could become the farming of the future not only in academic research but in education, too.
Tungsram chairman-CEO Jörg Bauer said the agreement signed with the university is a “milestone” in the cooperation between higher education and the private sector.