A new perspective on the life and work of the father of genetics and a unique collection of exhibits.
Students sent to help by the Brno Diocesan Charity and Masaryk University are gradually returning from a refugee camp in Athens.
University leaders from 24 European countries, including Germany and France, have signed a joint statement.
Turkish academics could now find refuge at universities in the Czech Republic.
Scientists would like to use the centre for lectures on Islamic radicalism and events with foreign guests.
The “zero year” gave Robert Sutorý the chance to be the first in his family to attend university.
Most of the alumni came to Brno from the UK.
New courses focused on teaching pupils with various disabilities will be available to all future teachers.
This summer the Faculty will move departments in its C and D buildings to temporary offices.
The opening will be held during the Wine Picnic festival of wine and music on Thursday, June 2.
Projects offer great opportunities for PhD students. It will be possible to go for an exchange abroad or work with a mentor.
Hans Belting, a German art historian, donated his personal library to the Department of the History of Art.