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Obituary: professor Jan Buchar (1932–2015)

Start date Nov 27, 2015

It is with sadness that we have to announce the passing of our “spider father” Jan Buchar on November 17th, 2015. A memorial service is planned for November 27th, 2015 in Prague.

Published Nov 23, 2015

Popular Science: A way to discover the true species diversity of single-celled organisms?

What is the true diversity of organisms on our planet? That is the question that keeps many scientists awake at night. Interestingly, until now many more macroscopic organisms have been described than the very smallest ones, invisible to the naked eye. But one would probably assume that those tiny organisms will be more abundant as they've had obviously much more time for their differentiation.

Published Oct 20, 2015

Graduate´s story: from Albertov to ČEPRO Board

We are meeting with ČEPRO Board Chairman Jan Duspěva in the office of the company´s General Directorate in the Prague district of Holešovice. Offering a unique view of Prague, the office is furbished rather unpretentiously and practically. Jan Duspěva, a radiant, energetic man in his forties, is about to share the story of his life and, predominantly, tell us what it means to him to be an active, responsible Faculty of Science graduate.

Published Sep 21, 2015

Faculty News: Charles University will have the long expected campus at Albertov

Charles University has announced an architectural contest for the building of two new research sites at Albertov, Prague. It’s the University’s largest building project in the center of Prague in the last hundred years. The project will involve new state-of-the-art research sites, top notch laboratories and classrooms, and also refectories and venues for social events, all located in the area where currently thousands of students and academic staff members study, work, and live. The name of the project is Campus Albertov, to become an important center of scientific and medicinal research at Charles University. The campus should open in the start of 2022. The jury of the contest will feature, among others, important Czech architects Josef Pleskot and Ladislav Lábus.

Published Sep 04, 2015

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