Open Days at the Faculty of Science
Open Days held on January 25 and 28, 2020, and more than 700 applicants for Bachelor‘s or Master‘s degree programs (following the Bachelor‘s one) came to the faculty.
Applicants interested in the Earth sciences and Mathematics visited the campus at Kotlářská. The University campus at Bohunice offered information about biological or chemistry study programs. Applicants were informed about an entrance examination and how to manage their studies.
Now applicants have to take action and submit applications until February 29, 2020.
Find a photo gallery from Open Days here.
Physics ended last year with publication in Nature
New possibilities for the lossless transmission of an electrical signal, which can be used, for example, in quantum computer processors, have been tested on new compounds by an international group of scientists including experts from Masaryk University (MU), University of West Bohemia (UWB) and CEITEC Institute of Technology.
Scientists from Masaryk University will study factors affecting human health in a living laboratory
A one-billion-dollar grant from the European Union will help scientists from Masaryk University to elucidate factors that have a negative impact on the growing incidence of chronic diseases and disorders in the population.
John Paul Giesy received the honorary doctorate from MUNI
The Honorary Degree of Doctor Honoris Causa in the field of environmental sciences was awarded at Masaryk University to John P. Giesy of the University of Saskatchewan.
Faculty of Science supports the project "100 liters of blood THANKS TO MUNI"
Employees and students from SCI MUNI donate blood.