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TMS Annual Conference 2021

The TMS 2021 Annual Conference will be held online on 18 and 19 November 2021 and its theme is "At the interfaces of geological periods - the contribution of micropalaeontology to the reconstruction of events in the boundary intervals". The Institute of Geology and Palaeontology of the Charles University is a partner of this prestigious international confrence. Faculty staff and students can watch the conference in real time online from Chlupáč's office.

Published Nov 09, 2021

4EU+ Urban Health Case Challenge 2021

Do you want work in a multidisciplinary team and solve a real-world urban challenge together with 75 students from nine different universities across Europe? Sign up for 4EU+ Urban Health Case Challenge 2021 now and represent Charles University in this exciting student competition. If you want to participate in the challenge, please send and application by October 15th, 2021.

Published Oct 07, 2021

Prevention of sexual harassment

Charles University attaches the utmost importance to prevention and a safe environment for everyone. It does not accept any form of sexual and gender-based harassment or violence and expects all individuals in the university community, its visitors, and contracting partners to treat each other with mutual respect, consideration, and dignity.

Published Jun 14, 2021

Popular Science: When volcanic ash flew over the Bohemian Massif

Czechs know huge volcano eruptions primarily from disaster movies, but definitely not from their own country. Yet, even here, history was quite explosive. One of the geological mysteries of the Bohemian Massif is a widespread layer of ash fall tuff, called the “bělka” in Czech, preserved in the carboniferous basins of Central and Western Bohemia. But, how did it get there, when exactly, and what kind of volcano could have caused this? A team of Czech specialists from Charles University, the Czech Academy of Sciences, and the Czech Geological Survey decided to finally unravel this mystery, led by Filip Tomek from the Institute of Geology and Paleontology.

Published Jul 19, 2021

Vegetation change study in Science

We expected the biggest changes in vegetation to be at the end of the Ice Age. Instead, we were surprised they were in the last four thousand years," says paleoecologist Petr Kuneš of the Faculty of Science at Charles University. Kuneš was one of a group of experts including fellow Czech Ondřej Mottl whose findings were published recently in the prestigious scientific journal Science.

Published Jun 07, 2021

How to convert teaching from in-class to online environment

Are you struggling with teaching via Zoom or other online platforms? Are you exhausted after every class taught online? Are your students less engaged online than in-class? Are you unable to cover all the planned material while teaching online? This two-session interactive course is tailored-made for lecturers who are in the process of converting their in-class courses to the online environment. It provides basic tips about what to do and will help you feel more confident about teaching online.

Published Nov 03, 2020

Popular Science: Type of water really matters

Many factors affect the fog occurrence. Sufficient air humidity and the existence of condensation nuclei are the basic preconditions for the fog formation at all. However, there are many more factors influencing the fog formation and they are still not sufficiently explored. Iva Hůnová's international scientific team from the Institute for Environmental Studies, Faculty of Science, Charles University has previously studied and quantified the effects of meteorology and air pollution, as well as the impact of terrain and forests. Now they focused on the effect of water areas around the fog observation stations - and moreover - depending on the type of water – fresh- or sea-water.

Published Nov 08, 2021

Popular Science: Chemists as children of the Sun on a journey to a stellar future of chemistry

In the play Children of the Sun, written by Maxim Gorky in 1905, the chemist Protassoff exclaims, “But us, us people, us children of the Sun, bright source of life… we will conquer the dark fear of death!” His words became an inspiration for the new communication strategy “Chemists as Children of the Sun” designed by Mgr. Radek Chalupa and Dr Karel Nesměrák from the Faculty of Science, Charles University. Their aim is to highlight successful chemists throughout history and supress chemophobia (fear of anything chemical that prevails in society).

Published Oct 25, 2021

Quo Vadis Chemie: On-surface UHV Chemistry & SPM: New Perspectives for Organic Synthesis

We cordially invite you to the lecture "On-surface UHV Chemistry & SPM: New Perspectives for Organic Synthesis" which will be delivered by doc. Pavel JELÍNEK Institute of Physics Czech Academy of Science. The lecture takes place on 25th of October at 3:40 p.m. at the Lecture Hall CH2, the School of Chemistry Building, FoS CU, Hlavova 8, Prague 2.

Published Oct 19, 2021

Popular Science: First fluorescent dye for the imaging of amyloid fibrils

The plaques of amyloid fibrils are the hallmark of several neurodegenerative diseases, including Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, and Huntington’s disease. As our society gets older, these diseases become more widespread, causing immense difficulties not only for patients but also for their close friends and relatives. The selective imaging of amyloid fibrils is therefore crucial for studying the mechanism of their development but has encountered multiple obstacles. A small fluorescent dye developed by scientists from the Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry of Czech Academy of Sciences and the Faculty of Science of Charles University, led by Dr. Pankaj Gaur, could therefore be a new hope for imaging the amyloid fibrils in living cells.

Published Oct 11, 2021

Quo Vadis Chemie: TRAP Radiopharmaceuticals: How Coordination Chemistry from Prague made its way into clinics worlwide

We cordially invite you to the lecture "TRAP Radiopharmaceuticals: How Coordination Chemistry from Prague made its way into clinics worlwide" which will be delivered by Prof. Johannes Notni, Clinic for Nuclear Medicine, University Hospital Essen, Germany. The lecture takes place on 18th of October at 3:40 p.m. at the Lecture Hall CH2, the School of Chemistry Building, FoS CU, Hlavova 8, Prague 2.

Published Oct 08, 2021

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