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Workshop by Sharon Finch: How to get your life-science, medical or pharma research project compatible for a potential future practical usage by a private company?

Start date Jun 18, 2019 - Jun 19, 2019

It is our pleasure to invite you to a unique workshop organised upon a recommendation by IOCB and other renowned academic and business. It will take place at Albertov on the 19th June 9am – 5pm. Finch will, through real case studies and from a company´s perspective, present to you how to combine everything and maximise both the research and application results.The workshop is aimed at Charles University research staff, PhD and last year pre-graduate students active in life-science (chemistry, biology), pharma and medical research fields. English will be the working language.Do not hesitate with your registration as the number of participants is limited. The workshop is free for employees and students of Charles University.

Published Jun 10, 2019

Conference PTNCE 2019: call for papers

Conferences of the Polish Society for Human and Evolution Studies (PTNCE) are international meetings which bring together a wide range of scholars who use in their research the evolutionary framework. PTNCE conferences are well known for a friendly atmosphere and high quality of discussions and scientific results presented by participants. The conference is for the first time held outside of Poland. Join us on 24–27 September 2019 in Prague. Click for link to conference site including call for papers.

Published May 22, 2019

9th European Conference on Mineralogy and Spectroscopy

We would like to draw your attention to the updated information on the 9th European Conference on Mineralogy and Spectroscopy that will be held in Prague, Czech Republic, between September 11 and September 13, 2019.

Published Apr 02, 2019

IOCB Prague and Charles University Faculty of Science establish joint endowed chair

Two distinguished Czech academic institutes in the field of natural sciences, the Faculty of Science, Charles University (FOS) and the Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry of the CAS (IOCB Prague), have reached an agreement on the creation of a joint endowed chair for the development and testing of new drugs. Millions of Czech crowns in funding for the new position is being provided by IOCB, which will help attract a leading foreign scientist to the Czech Republic and allow them to form their own research group focusing on the discovery and development of new antiparasitics.

Published Jun 11, 2019

Popular Science: Towards innovations with knowledge bases

The latest research reveals that “knowledge bases” have a significant influence on the performance of companies and even regions. This stems from the theory that the process of innovation can have different forms in different sectors (or even in a single company). Now, we distinguish among three types of knowledge bases: analytical (exploring of scientific frontiers in subjects like nano/bio-technology), synthetic (applying of scientific knowledge in industry) and symbolic (creative industry – design, fashion, film). Viktor Květoň and Vojtěch Kadlec from the Department of Social Geography and Regional Development tried to shed a light on the development and spatial pattern of those three knowledge bases in EU regions and their influence on the innovation process.

Published Dec 24, 2018

Popular Science: Farmers´ markets in Czechia – unique or just a copy?

Between 2009 and 2011, Prague experienced a huge increase in the number of farmers´ markets: from zero to forty-one in the summer of 2011. This phenomenon, which is well-known from the most developed countries, had arrived in Czechia. The question, however, remains: are the Czech markets the same as the markets in the “West”? An assessment of this phenomenon was carried out by Lucie Fendrychová from the Department of Social Geography and Regional Development together with Petr Jehlička.

Published Jun 17, 2019

Popular Science: How can we analyse Hepatitis C virus variants?

The Hepatitis C virus, a cause of serious liver disease, infects more than 130 million people worldwide. The virus mutates rapidly and has a wide variety of genotypes, which complicates treatment. A team of scientists from the laboratory of Doctor Martin Pospíšek from Charles University invented a new method that could help describe the diverse variety of viruses present in patients.

Published Jun 10, 2019

Popular Science: Giant dragonflies and their way of life – reconstruction based on fossil findings

The maximum wingspan of dragonflies these days is about 19 cm, but in the Late Palaeozoic (approximately 300 Mya), the largest representatives of the Meganeuridae family had a wingspan of about 71 cm. They were thus the largest known insects ever and previously there were already some hypotheses, based on (unfortunately often incomplete) fossil findings and on comparisons with modern-day species, about how these flying colossuses lived. However, an international French-Czech-US team, together with Jakub Prokop and Martina Pecharová from the Department of Zoology of the Faculty of Science, showed that these speculations were not correct and proposed a more probable scenario.

Published May 27, 2019


Start date Jun 03, 2019 - Jun 05, 2019

WORKSHOP ON OMICS DATA INTEGRATION & ADVANCED COURSE ON METAGENOMICS AND OMICS DATA INTEGRATION will be held in BIOCEV, June 3rd – 5th and is organized by MICOBION framework. You may visit any of the Monday’s (3rd) lectures without registration whilst Tuesday and Wednesday courses are available only to registered attendees from Charles University. Click for link to registration.

Published May 23, 2019

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