News and Press Releases


15. Feb. 2018

Šárka Pospíšilová: Looking for Research-Administration Balance as an Integral Part of Researcher’s Work-Life Balance

Interviewed by Eliška Handlířová Šárka Pospíšilová is the Head of the Research Centre for Molecular Medicine, Group Leader and Principal…

8. Feb. 2018

Six new research groups on advanced materials and nanotechnologies are emerging at CEITEC

Since January 2018, four research groups have started their activities at CEITEC BUT. Two more foreign leaders will join them at the beginning of…

6. Feb. 2018

Robots from CEITEC BUT

The team of Luděk Žalud from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Communication of the BUT and CEITEC BUT for 15 years has been working on…

6. Feb. 2018

Scientists benefit from collaboration with NenoVision start-up

Since the second half of 2017, the cooperation of the Institute of Physics of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic and the Institute of…

5. Feb. 2018

Pavel Plevka’s Team From CEITEC MU Discovered How an Antibody Neutralizes the Tick-borne Encephalitis Virus

Press release, Brno, 2 February 2018 The Czech Republic belongs among the countries with the highest presence of tick-borne encephalitis virus in…

1. Feb. 2018

Irena Rektorova nominated for the Woman of Czechia 2017 award

Irena Rektorová,  Applied Neuroscience Research Group Leader, was officially nominated for the Woman of Czechia 2017 award. Prof. Rector has…

30. Jan. 2018

An interview about Parkinson and Alzheimer disease with Irena Rektorova for the Czech Radio.

Czech Radio, 30.1.2018 Irena Rektorová. a leading Czech neuroscientist, head of the Applied Neuroscience Research Group at CEITEC is primarily…

29. Jan. 2018

New Software Developed at CEITEC MU Automates NMR Structural Studies

Press release, Brno, January 29, 2018 Researchers from CEITEC MU developed a streamlined strategy designed to meet the key objectives of NMR…

29. Jan. 2018

Cystic Fibrosis Project Promises Development of Novel Therapeutics

Cystic Fibrosis is one of the most frequent genetic diseases with 4 in 100 people carrying at least one mutation. If two carriers happen to mate,…

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