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Popular Science: Amazing discoveries of Pliocene flora

Karl Mädler was the first to describe in detail the Pliocene flora of Frankfurt am Main, which was found here in the first half of the 20th century during the construction of a wastewater treatment plant. This discovery was crucial for all of Europe. Now a group of experts, led by Zlatko Kvaček from the Institute of Geology and Paleontology, have focused on revising and refining the current study with new discoveries.

Published Mar 03, 2020

AdiCare: Group psychotherapy in English language

The ADICARE Centre group psychotherapy has been designed for foreigners living in the Czech Republic. We offer quick and effective help of psychologists, addictologists, psychiatrists and professional relaxation therapists to English speaking clients.

Published Feb 24, 2020

TARGET project: aimed at bacterial resistance

The foremost topic of global medical research in recent decades has been cancer. Today, however, an increasing part of the scientific community is switching its focus to the issue of growing bacterial resistance, which is behind the increasing frequency of failed antibiotic treatment. A team from the Department of Biochemistry of the Faculty of Science at Charles University, led by Assoc. Prof. Markéta Martínková, has joined a project focusing on this phenomenon.

Published Feb 16, 2020

Lecture The 35-year journey of genomic medicine

Start date Feb 18, 2020

We cordially invite you to the lecture "The 35-year journey of genomic medicine by prof. Eric Lander, president and founding director of the Broad Institute. The lecture takes place on 18th of February 2020 at 9.00 a.m., Cori Lecture Hall, 1. LF UK, U nemocnice 5, Prague 2.

Published Feb 06, 2020

Popular Science: The mysterious history of chernozems

Chernozems, which have developed over thousands of years, are one of the most fertile soils. The typical vegetation of chernozems are steppe and forest-steppe. However, their evolution was also significantly influenced by human activity, which has been transforming the soil since the Neolithic period. Using modern methods, a group of experts, including Luděk Šefrna from the Department of Physical Geography and Geoecology, examined their paleoenvironmental history.

Published Jan 30, 2020

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