24. 11. 2022
Photovoltaics, the conversion of sunlight into electricity, is currently one of the most sought-after renewable energy resources. However, around 97% of solar cells are imported from Asia, especially China. ...
23. 11. 2022
Why are populist parties thriving in Central and Eastern Europe today? What occupies the everyday thoughts of people inhabiting the border regions of Silesia or Galicia? ...
22. 11. 2022
It begins with a discovery, it ends with its application in practice and a benefit to society. On the crossroads leading to patents and inventions stands CeTTAV, the Technology Transfer Centre of the CAS, offering guidance to CAS institutes. ...
21. 11. 2022
The Facets of Resilience international conference was held in Prague from 21 to 23 November 2022. The issue of social resilience was debated by experts from the fields of philosophy, political science, sociology, psychology, as well as a judge ...
15. 11. 2022
In March 2021, the Fagradalsfjall volcano erupted on the Reykjanes Peninsula in Iceland. Researchers from the Institute of Geophysics of the CAS had anticipated the event and had been monitoring the area and the increasing activity for more than ...
26. 10. 2022
The Czech Academy of Sciences (CAS) expresses deep concern about substantial human rights violations in Iran, which directly affect students from high schools and universities as well as the entire academic community. ...
19. 10. 2022
Why do swallows like to keep their nests in order? And why are some females “unfaithful” and others not? What makes male swallows attractive? ...
17. 10. 2022
In modern society, it is almost impossible to steer clear of ones and zeros. Since the turn of the millennium, the world has gradually become dominated by modern technology, and we have no choice but to keep up. ...



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