Science and technology
Czech-Mexican sensors could help developing countries minimise earthquake casualties
A new cheap sensor that is being tested by Czech scientists in Nepal could serve as a useful earthquake warning system in developing countries.
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.
Czech scientists working on nuclear powered electric engines for use in space
The Czech Technical University is helping the European Space Agency to find a way of using nuclear propulsion in space.
Digitising human smell could help doctors with diagnosis
Czech scientists are collaborating on an international project, SMELLODI, which aims to digitise human scent – and could have real and beneficial applications in medicine.
Czech team develops AI better than doctors at identifying lesions in lungs
Last week, a Czech team presented a study showing that an AI they developed is more accurate than human radiologists at detecting suspicious lesions in lung X-rays.
Hulk in Avengers inspires first smart Czech baby cradle
A new, never seen before product has hit the Czech market – a smart cradle. The company CEO , Adam Rumler, says that he got the idea while watching Hulk in the Avengers.
Czech startup presents unique lab-grown meat prototype
Brno-based startup Mewery has recently had a big breakthrough – it created the first prototype of cultivated meat in the region of Central and Eastern Europe.
Steriani Elavsky: Physical activity is the key to healthy aging
Steriani Elavsky has spent years studying the impacts that physical movement has on our mental and physical wellbeing. She explains why movement is vital for healthy aging.
Czech start-up develops new insect-identifying technology
A new technology, developed by a Czech start-up, can classify over six thousand insects using Artificial Intelligence.
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.
Cigarette butts could help clean water from birth control hormones
A team of scientists from the Tomáš Baťa University in Zlín, say that they have developed a method of using cigarette butts to catch hormones in wastewater.
Quality and price of Czech beer threatened by climate change
A joint study conducted by universities in the UK, US and China suggests that the production of beer may be under threat.
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