Home office and online teaching
There are no changes in the in-person presence of students at the Faculty. The in-person presence of students is allowed only in cases mentioned in the article. The government has now ordered employers to make the most of using the home office.
Alfred Bader Prizes
Every year, the Czech Chemical Society announces awards for Czech scientists under the age of 35 (who do not have a main job abroad) for outstanding results in research in organic and bioorganic chemistry. The prize consists of a cash prize of $ 5,400 (approximately CZK 115,000) and a diploma.
The same point of view: our faculty then and now
How different are the photographs capturing the view of the “Klodnerplatz” before reconstruction of the roads in the 1990s and in 2019?
New subject: Astrophotography
In the spring semester of 2021, the teaching of a new subject - Astrophotography - begins. The teachers will be professional (astro) photographers and MU graduates - Pavel Gabzdyl, Petr Horálek and Pavel Karas. (As the subject will be teached in Czech, following information is in Czech only.)
MicroRNA Function In Brain And Epilepsy
Looking for Ph.D. candidate in the field of microRNA Function In Brain And Epilepsy. We are seeking a talented and motivated Ph.D. student to join a research team headed by prof. Milan Brázdil.
The Rudolf Lukeš Prize
The Expert group of organic, bioorganic and pharmaceutical chemistry of the Czech Chemical Society in cooperation with the Experientia Foundation recognizes elite scientists in the field of organic, bioorganic and medicinal chemistry.
A Quarter Century of the Josef Vavroušek Award
The Faculty of Science is a proud partner of the prestigious Josef Vavroušek Award, and nominations for the jubilee 25th annual environmental award have begun. A novelty of this 25th award is a new special category for communication. It will be possible to nominate personalities the award over the next two months at www.cenajosefavavrouska.cz/.
When you do your own experiments, you’ll appreciate the great laboratory equipment
Sabina Fronková graduated from the Brno-Bystrc Grammar School and then applied to us for a Bachelor's degree in Molecular Biology and Genetics. Having successfully completed her degree, she is now continuing her studies with a follow-up Master's degree in Biotechnology. She is also a member of the Generation Mendel team.
Every year, the Neuron Endowment Fund for the support of science announces the prestigious Neuron Awards, which recognize scientists in the fields of biology, computer science, physics, chemistry, mathematics, medicine and social sciences.
Maintain or improve interpersonal relationships. That, in my view, is the basis of any meaningful collective action.
Milan Novák studied professional geology at the Faculty of Science, Masaryk University (PřF MU). Professionally, his main focus is systematic mineralogy and minerogenetic processes. He has published widely, has organised a number of international scientific conferences and has long been involved in international scientific cooperation.
If students show enthusiasm and interest, they will not be short of practical research opportunities
Lucka Pifková comes from Kroměříž and studies Molecular Biology and Genetics at our faculty. She is also a member of the Generation Mendel team, which last autumn celebrated great success with its synthetic biology project in the international iGEM competition.