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Czech-designed software can simultaneously translate into over 40 languages at once
Machine translation experts from Charles University have developed a new system that can translate between 43 languages in real time.
The Czech biochemist who should have won a Nobel Prize
There has only been one Czech Nobel Prize winner in a scientific field to date – Jaroslav Heyrovský in 1959. But another one could have followed just a year later.
Czech-Russian nuclear research terminated after over 60 years
Czechia has announced it will terminate its long-term cooperation with the Joint Institute for Nuclear Research in Russia, following the country’s invasion of Ukraine.
Czech cartographers and historians launch unique online atlas of Czech history
The Czech Academy of Sciences has launched a unique online atlas of Czech history, put together by history and cartography experts.
When all frogs are princes: Czech hybrids (with no females) resort to ‘sexual parasitism’, cloning
In the Odra River Basin, all Green Jumper frogs are male. Czech scientists have discovered they survive via sexual parasitism, cloning – and having two types of sperm.
Police shelve investigation into mysterious death of Jan Masaryk
The state prosecutor’s office in Prague has shelved a new investigation into the death of Czechoslovak foreign minister Jan Masaryk in March 1948.
Czech scientists develop peptide with potential to treat obesity
Czech scientists have developed a synthetic peptide that could help treat obesity as well as several diseases.
Coronavirus: Czech scientists focus on role proteins play in spreading COVID-19
Scientists across the world are working to better understand the novel coronavirus now affecting hundreds of thousands of people. The Institute of Organic Chemistry and…