Located in the Tokyo Bay Aqualine Submarine Tunnel near Tokyo, Japan, HKMSDD (Hyper KiloMetric Submarine Deep Detector), is the world's first undersea muographic array and it has recently achieved the highest accuracy ever recorded for muography based on the comparison between the astronomical tides and the data acquired from its long stable operation for 79 days from June 1, 2021 to August 18, 2021.
CERN, Wigner RCP together with the HEPTech Network are organizing the next Artificial Intelligence Academia-Industry Matching Event, about Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and those supported by Quantum Algorithms Hybrid Workshop
An article, written by Miklós Veres (leader of the Nanostructures and applied spectroscopy Research Group) and researchers of the University of Szeged, has been published on the cover page of the Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry.
The High Energy Physics Conference of the European Physical Society was organized between 26-30 July 2021, in the on-line space, by the University of Hamburg and the DESY Laboratory. The 2021 Gribov Medal (established by the Eötvös Loránd Physical Society in 2001 for the EPSHEP 2001) has awarded Bernhardt Mistlberger from the SLAC Laboratory (USA).

As a distinguished guest of the Wigner Research Centre for Physics, Prof. dr. Johann Rafelski (University of Arizona) spends a research visit in the framework of a Fulbright Professorial Exchange Program between USA and Hungary in the time June - July 2020. He collaborates with Tamás Biró and his NAPLIFE team on quark-gluon plasma and novel fusion techniques.