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Charles University technology spin off LAM X a.s. founded

The Charles University and the Czech Academy of Sciences joined forces via their subsidiaries Charles University Innovations Prague s.r.o. and i& i Prague s.r.o. and today they are founding an academic, technology spin off LAM X a.s. The company is going to focus on development of nanomaterials that can be utili s ed for a fabri cation of bandages of the future and its goal is to transfer research results into practice. Planned initial investment is 12 million CZK.

Published Feb 20, 2020

Gatherings in Biosemiotics 2020 – call for papers

20th Gatherings in Biosemiotics will host by the Department of General Linguistics, Palacký University, Olomouc, Czech Republic. July 8–12 2020. Please submit your abstract no later than February 28.

Published Feb 07, 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

How to live without oxygen?

Our parasitologists in BIOCEV (research team of Jan Tachezy) discovered anaerobic peroxisome in free-living Mastigamoeba balamuthi. The article was published in the current issue of Proceedings of the National Academy of Science of the USA.

Published Jan 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

How to easily detect the presence of water in rocks

Sandstone, whether as a natural cliff or a building material, contains water in its pores. This water transports dissolved salts, which can cause surface erosion due to crystallization, creating interesting geomorphological shapes or causing the disintegration of monuments. So far, there has been no method that could reliably and cost-effectively detect water at the sandstone subsurface. However, scientists from the Faculty of Science came up with a simple but effective solution.

Published Jan 24, 2020

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