The portal pladias.cz was created by experts from the Department of Botany and Zoology at Masaryk University.
It is a outcome of one year collaboration with scientists Lumír Krejčí and Kamil Paruch at Masaryk University.
IT experts found an easier way of choosing the best method of analysing image data obtained with optical microscopes.
The medieval emperor Frederick Barbarossa is often viewed as an enemy who tried to prevent the rise of the Czech nation.
Štěpánka Vaňáčová returned to Czechia nine years ago when she was given the opportunity to start her own research group with EU grant funding.
In the future, detailed knowledge of its structure can facilitate development of a vaccine or a drug against the virus.
Scientists developed a computer software that greatly reduces the number of required experiments and human time spent.
Member institutions of the alliance including Ceitec MU intend to work together towards improvement in key areas of science policy and management.
Application developed at Masaryk University works as a virtual microscope for molecules and molecular complexes.
Findings of the research group lead by Richard Štefl have been just published in a prestigious PNAS magazine.
Molecular biologist Lumír Krejčí has won a prestigious collaborative award. He examines protein linked to a number of cancers.
While examining chips used as a protection measure in highly sensitive equipment and documents, they discovered that some products are not that safe.