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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.
PI seminars help students to find the best research group
Every Friday throughout the semester the campus hosts seminars to break down barriers between laboratories and scientists and students.
Studying at MUNI will get you ready for Oxford
Roman Kučera transferred from the MU Faculty of Science to one of the best universities in the world.
New breast cancer classification could improve diagnostics and therapy
Experts have been able to demonstrate that their method can distinguish between the known subtypes of breast cancer.
Award-winning scientist says awards help research get out of the lab
In the past year, Pavlína Janovská has been collecting awards by the dozen, which helps raise awareness about the research into the causes of leukaemia.
Making farming cheaper and more eco-friendly through vehicle routing in 3D
Researchers from Masaryk University have now been awarded a grant to help alleviate problems with soil degradation and water pollution.
A former sceptic now looks for teenage research talent
Hana Sedláčková was the first secondary school student to be trained in Lumír Krejčí’s lab. The research she began there later brought her international recognition.
University builds biobank to study impact of environment on people
New labs and a biobank for the storage of environmental and human samples at Masaryk University campus will be finished in 2020.
The Faculty of Science receives the HR Award to improve the work environment
The award is given by European Commission to research institutions that foster and develop an international and transparent work environment.
Postdocs at Muni: Greek researcher studies toxic substances in cosmetics
Katerina Kademoglou studies at RECETOX substances that occur in various personal care products that could be detrimental to human health.
Construction of a mock hospital has begun. The Campus will grow
The University Campus Bohunice will expand with a simulation centre for medical students, biobank as well and sports hall.