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An innovative approach to planar chiral substances

Dr. Vojtěch Dočekal and Prof. Jan Veselý from the Department of Organic Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Charles University described a new highly efficient method for the preparation of planar chiral compounds. The method based on organocatalytic desymmetrization was published in the prestigious journal Nature Communications. Congratulations!

Published Apr 10, 2024

4EU+ alliance, the Cotutelle program: Call for projects 2024

Start date Mar 28, 2024 - Apr 30, 2024

Within the 4EU+ alliance, the Cotutelle program is offered - joint supervision of doctoral theses, in which the student has one supervisor from the home university and one supervisor from a foreign university, and it is their obligation to spend part of their studies at both institutions.

Published Mar 28, 2024

The 1st WIMANET Summer Training School

Start date Sep 01, 2024 - Sep 07, 2024

The 1st WIMANET Summer Training School will take place from 1st – 7th September 2024 in Field station Mohelno, Mohelno, Czechia. The training school will consist of five days of lectures and practical activities designed to introduce students to a broad range of research activities and skills related to working with Wildlife Malaria Parasites. Students can send applications until the end of March 2024.

Published Mar 22, 2024

20th Blue Danube Sympozium on Heterocycles in Chemistry

Start date Aug 25, 2024 - Aug 28, 2024

Blue Danube Symposium on Heterocycles in Chemistry will take place in Prague in August 2024. We are proud to organize this event for the first time in this beautiful city. Save Your Time!

Published Mar 22, 2024

Volcanic craters are not as “sleepy” as scientists thought

There is a hypothesis that says that after a major volcanic eruption, it takes a long time for a new one to form. It doesn’t always have to be the case though. A new study published in a prestigious scientific journal Nature Geoscience shows that volcanic craters are able to produce a large amount of material even relatively shortly after a major eruption. Günther Kletetschka from the Faculty of Science, Charles University was part of an international team conducting this research.

Published Apr 05, 2024

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