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Scientific seminar by Professor Tomas Lindahl, Nobel Laureate in chemistry

Start date Oct 16, 2018

The Charles University Faculty of Science, and the Institute of Molecular Genetics of the Czech Academy of Sciences, cordially invite you to scientific seminar by Professor Tomas Lindahl, a Swedish-born British scientist who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry, in 2015. Seminar "Projects on Inherited Autoimmunity and Alternative Life Forms" will take place on 16th of October at 2 p.m. at Velká geologická auditorium, Albertov 6, Prague 2.

Published Oct 04, 2018

Quo Vadis Chemie: Catalysis: "Awakening Affinities" for Organic Synthesis

Start date Oct 15, 2018

Department of Organic Chemistry cordially invite you to Lecture: Catalysis: "Awakening Affinities" for Organic Synthesis given by Prof. Roderick W. Bates, from Division of Chemistry and Biological Chemistry, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. The lecture takes place on 15th of October 2018 at 3 p.m. in auditorium CH2, Hlavova 8, Prague 2.

Published Oct 04, 2018

Popular Science: Stories of Ukrainian migrants

They are the biggest group of foreigners in Czechia. But do we know their fates? Family and relationships with their homeland are factors that form the financial behaviour of the migrants. Eva Janská with colleagues from the Department of Social Geography and Regional Development and the Centre of Theoretical Studies of Charles University analysed the financial consequences of migration based on interviews.

Published Aug 13, 2018

Popular Science: The work of anthropologists in commercial archaeology

While excavating human remains in commercial archaeology, anthropologists are often limited by financial and time constraints and the collection of meaningful information is therefore rather difficult. That is why technologies and work methodology need to be quicker, cheaper and simpler and the collaboration between anthropologists, archaeologists and developers needs to be better to achieve maximal results. Erika Průchová from our faculty and her colleagues examined these field techniques and their effectiveness during the recent excavation of three cemeteries in Karlín, Prague.

Published Aug 06, 2018

Seminar by profesor Robert J. Aumann, Nobel Laureate in Economy

Start date Oct 08, 2018

Department of Applied Mathematics, Computer Science Institute of Charles University and Institute for Theoretical Computer Science cordially invite you to seminar by Professor Robert J. Aumann (Hebrew University), who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Economy, in 2005. Seminar "Strategic Information Theory" will take place on 8th of October at 2 p.m. at refectory of Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Malostranske namesti 25, Prague 1.

Published Oct 04, 2018

Popular Science: Passerine birds as environmental pollution indicators

Today’s city life also comprises, in addition to people, a lot of animal species adapted to this special type of environment. These organisms or whole populations could be considered to be bioindicators of environmental pollution. Despite continual monitoring of automatic or manual air quality stations, the condition and health of free-living species show us a complex evaluation of our environment. One of them is the great tit (Parus major), which is one of the most widespread species throughout Europe. A team of scientists from the Czech University of Life Sciences in Prague, Masaryk University in Brno and Charles University in Prague have analyzed the associations of urban environmental pollution with health-related physiological traits in this free-living bird species.

Published Sep 24, 2018

Quo Vadis Chemie: „Possibilities and Limitations of Diamond and Diamond-Like Materials in Electroanalytical Chemistry“

Department of Analytical Chemistry in cooperation with Czech Chemical Society cordially invite you to Lecture „Possibilities and Limitations of Diamond and Diamond-Like Materials in Electroanalytical Chemistry“ given by prof. Greg M. Swain, Michichan University, USA. The lecture takes place on 25th of September 2018 at 2 p.m. in auditorium CH2, Hlavova 8, Prague 2

Published Sep 17, 2018

Quo Vadis Chemie: Structurally Small, Antifouling Carbon Electrodes for the Detection of Dopamine

Department of Analytical Chemistry cordially invite you to Lecture „Structurally Small, Antifouling Carbon Electrodes for the Detection of Dopamine“ given by Prof. Danny Wong from Department of Molecular Sciences, Macquaire University, Australia. The lecture, under the patronage of dean of Faculty of Science prof.RNDr. Jiří Zima, CSc., takes place on 19th of September 2018 at 3 p.m. in the Library of the Department of Analytical Chemistry, Hlavova 8, Prague 2.

Published Sep 17, 2018

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