Science and technology
Czech archaeologists help scientists discover Hepatitis B affected humans in pre-historic times
A major new study into the origins of Hepatitis B drew on samples of pre-historic human remains collected by the Czech Academy of Sciences.
Father of genetics Gregor Mendel’s DNA being analysed by scientists
Scientists from Brno’s Masaryk University are set to carry out research into the DNA of the “father of genetics”, Augustinian friar Gregor Mendel.
Expo 2020 Dubai: Czechs harness sun to make water from desert air (but beer is also on tap)
World Expos are something like the Olympics Games of business and technology. The Czech national pavilion is already creating a buzz ahead of Friday’s official opening.
Czech scientists work to give open-sourced iCub robot the “human touch”
ČVUT scientists have an unusual, constantly evolving colleague – a humanoid robot named iCub, equipped with all the key senses – sight, sound and touch.
New Covid antibody tests developed by Czech scientists likely to make testing faster and cheaper
A new kind of lab test could make the detection of coronavirus antibodies faster and cheaper, according to Czech scientists who are behind its development.
Czech, German scientists identify hitherto unknown prehistoric migrations through Bohemia
The team of international scientists found DNA evidence of at least three hitherto unknown migratory waves through ancient Bohemia,
First Czech brain bank starts operating in Prague
A new brain bank, the first of its kind in Central Europe, recently started operating in Prague.
Czech scientists develop ‘drones with brains’ to make crowd surveillance far easier
Fights and injuries occurring inside large groups of people could soon be easier to detect, thanks to a new Czech-developed crowd surveillance system.
Czech engineers developing robot for million dollar competition in Louisville Mega Cavern
Engineers at the Czech Technical University in Prague are customising a Boston Dynamics-built robot with which they hope to win an upcoming competition in the US.
Scientists from Liberec develop 3D printing robot able to create right angles
Scientists from Liberec are developing a 3D printing robot that should be able to deal with right angles and sharp corners.
Professor Patrick van Damme on the role of Prague's Faculty of Tropical Agri-Sciences
Patrick Van Damme, Belgian professor in tropical agronomy, has recently been appointed to head the Faculty of Tropical Agri-Sciences.
Climatologist: Until 2050 the course is set, but we can influence what happens after that
Temperature swings, heavy storms and flash floods have become a regular feature of the Czech summer.
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