According to psychologists, games themselves only contribute marginally to the development of addiction.
Marek Mráz heads the Ceitec MU team that discovered the newly patented method.
Nikol Kmentová, a PhD student at the MU Faculty of Science, took part in the discovery of parasitic flatworms from Africa’s Lake Tanganyika.
Experts from the MU Faculty of Informatics have tested a new form of the classic “Mad Bomber” moral dilemma.
This tree, grown in the faculty’s botanical garden, has four sets of chromosomes rather than the usual two.
A grant will allow neurologists to use a more effective therapy for Parkinson’s disease as well as multiple sclerosis.
The new test is performed at the beginning of pregnancy using the mother’s blood. This means that unlike the commonly used tests, it is non-invasive and almost 100% reliable.
According to economist Stijn Baert, it might sometimes be preferable to stay unemployed and look for a suitable job rather than accept any available job.
Masaryk University researchers are monitoring four websites operating in the Czech Republic to show how modern propaganda works.
Extensive genetic study sheds new light on the origins of modern Europeans.
Rudolf Šrámek, a scholar of Czech language and literature, comments on the heated debate regarding the one-word name for the Czech Republic.
Researchers from Ceitec MU have determined what telomere sequences in plants of the genus Allium look like.