Great News - OSH and FP E-learning Available in IS
We are introducing a new application for workplace safety training. Starting on October 1st, 2019, the OSH and FP employee training will be available, also in English, in the form of e-learning. After logging in to the MU Information System, Employees of the Faculty of Science MU will find a list of training courses and the deadline for their completion. The system will automatically and regularly ask employees to complete the applicable training sessions. This practical training solution will gradually be open to all MU units. At the Faculty of Science MU, it is part of a new people care strategy implementation – HRS4R/HR Award.
Rains benefit animals
This year, with its high rainfall, has witnessed the return of some particularly rare species, including the critically endangered tadpole shrimp that has now reappeared in field ponds of southern Moravia. The localities where tadpole shrimps and other critically endangered species have been found are being mapped by scientists from Masaryk University. For more information, see the report by Czech Television. (only in Czech).
Personal data processing in connection with COVID-19 infection
This Measure sets forth the obligations of MU employees as well as the procedure for processing special categories of personal data of MU employees for the purpose of health protection of Masaryk University (hereinafter referred to as “MU”) employees and students.
ČT 24: Brno researchers use artificial intelligence to investigate thousands of possible anti-coronavirus drugs
Researchers from Brno have proposed several existing and approved drugs that could prevent the coronavirus binding to human cells. The drugs were identified while researching proteins using artificial intelligence, which also has the potential to identify new drug structures.
The first astrophysicist to observe the cosmic web is coming to Brno
The universe has fascinated him since he was a child. He studies the influence of black holes on the evolution of galaxies, discovered an explosion that can only be beaten by the Big Bang and was the first to use X-ray telescopes to observe the fibres of the cosmic web. Now, the world-renowned astrophysicist Norbert Werner will be joining the space research centre at our faculty.