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LECTURE: Pärt Peterson: Age-associated epigenetic changes in human immune cells

Seminar will be held on Tuesday 18. 10. 2016 at 15:00 in room B3-Fotochemie, Viničná 7. Pärt Peterson is professor of Molecular immunology and the head of the Molecular pathology research group at the Institute of Biomedicine and Translational Medicine of University of Tartu. His research is focused on transcriptional and epigenetic regulation network in cells involved in immune tolerance and antigen recognition.

Published Oct 18, 2016

Dr. Jiri Reif of Institute of Environmental Science was awarded by Marcin Antczak Award

Marcin Antczak Award is a prize for most inspiring ornithological paper of the last year. The candidate can be an amateur or professional scientist up to 37 years old who originates from Poland, the Czech Republic or Slovakia; or can be from any other country if the research upon which the paper is based was carried out in any of the aforementioned countries. The 2015 prize goes to dr. Jiri Reif.

Published Oct 11, 2016

Study in Prague photo/video competition

Post your photo/video at your personal Instagram/Facebook/Twitter account. Use #studyinprague and #SiPGoPro16 hashtags. Fill out competition submission form completely. Wait until 5th December for your name to be announced as the winner of the competition.

Published Oct 14, 2016

CER - International Scientific Conference for PhD students of EU countries - Call for papers

It is our pleasure to invite your PhD students and assistants to the virtual 6th International Scientific Conference CER 2016, held on October 24-27, 2016. The goal of the scientific conference is to discuss PhD results through EU countries and different branches. Conference will run online. Thus, PhD students are invited to submit your paper at Virtual Conference. All submitted papers will be publish in the Conference Proceedings.

Published Sep 08, 2016

Popular Science: What to do with toxic wood? Let’s compost it!

Toxic waste is being produced with ease in vast quantities, but it is considerably more difficult to get rid of it gracefully afterwards. Stefano Covino and his colleagues from the Institute of Environmental Studies at the Charles University and the Institute of Microbiology at the Academy of Sciences focused on a 240-days detailed survey of the composting process, which can decompose creosote-treated wood.

Published May 18, 2016

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