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Brno research institutes team up to improve stroke treatment and diagnosis
A new research group consisting of seven institutes has been founded to improve the development of new drugs and procedures to treat and diagnose strokes.
Flooding in Europe hit its peak at the turn of the millennium
European scientists, including experts from Masaryk University, have mapped the occurrence of floods over the past five centuries.
Scientists and computer scientists have tested known drugs for a new coronavirus
Artificial intelligence helps in the fight against the COVID-19 disease. Researchers at MUNI and FNUSA-ICRC utilized their own software to test approved drugs that could effectively block the virus.
Werner: Instead of reading fairy tales, my dad showed me astronauts on the Moon
The astrophysicist Norbert Werner has been recently awarded a unique grant by Masaryk University – MUNI Award in Science and Humanities.
Chemistry was a random choice. Now she’s studying it at Harvard
Petra Vojáčková was accepted into a doctoral programme at Harvard university after graduating from Masaryk University.
A teacher stays in the classroom, with cameras in place of students
During the coronavirus lockdown at Masaryk University’s Faculty of Science, Zdeněk Bochníček stayed at work and continued teaching his students remotely via video lectures.
Faculty of Pharmacy to become part of MUNI: first steps approved by both academic senates
The Faculty of Pharmacy, which is currently part of the University of Veterinary and Pharmaceutical Sciences Brno, is scheduled to become part of Masaryk University on 1 July 2020.
The university will be without contact teaching until at least mid-May
Today, the rector of Masaryk University Martin Bareš has decided to extend the measures that were taken in order to prevent the spreading of coronavirus.
Women in science at Masaryk University: From contemporary history to leukaemia research
In February we celebrated the International Day of Women and Girls in Science.
MUNI obtains over 26,000 euros to modernise research centres
The investment into the research equipment will help extend its lifespan and, most importantly, maintain excellence in research at Masaryk University and the rest of the Czech Republic.
Brno to transform into research hub for factors affecting human health
Funding worth 40 million euros will help Masaryk University researchers to conduct comprehensive research into the impact of the environment, lifestyle and socio-economic status on human health.
Masaryk University in 2020: Top four incoming events
Masaryk University will finalise its new strategy, open a biobank and a simulation centre for medical students and hold the first year of Masaryk Days in March.