Do you study in Prague and want to find out more about the history and present of some interesting districts of Prague? The “Study in Prague” association of seven Prague universities in cooperation with the City of Prague has prepared two guided walking tours with commentary in English.
In November, the CULS’ Faculty of Forestry and Wood Sciences succeeded with its EVA 4.0 project in one of the key national competitions for support of excellent research, having taken the 5th place among 130 competing project proposals evaluated on a two-stage basis.
The University of Natural Resources and Life Science Vienna, Austria (BOKU) awarded Professor Ing. Jiří Balík, CSc, dr.h.c, an honorary doctoral degree, doctor honoris causa, for his exceptional merit in solving common scientific projects.
The Czech film “Svět podle termitů” (The World According to Termites) from Director Jan Hošek won the LSFF 2017 grand prize with a financial reward of 3,000 Euro. In front of the eyes of the filled auditorium, Jan Hošek together with cameraman and the main protagonist doc. Jan Šobotník received the prize from CULS Rector Jiří Balík.
Could the Earth’s magnetic field affect the lateralities of dogs? This question was posed by scientists from the Czech University of Life Sciences Prague and the University of Duisburg-Essen in Germany. The results of their research were published by the prestigious scientific journal PLOS ONE on 25 September 2017.
On Monday 11 September, together with the university management, CULS Rector prof. Jiří Balík accepted successful young biologists who had represented the Czech Republic in July at the 28th International Biology Olympiad in Coventry, UK.
On 12 September, with the participation of public figures and individuals from the academic sphere, the Center for Economic and Managerial Studies II of the CULS Faculty of Economics and Management was opened.
According to a study by scientists from the Czech University of Life Sciences Prague and the Leibniz Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries (Berlin, Germany), climate change and land use will cause significant changes in the composition of fish communities in the river network by 2050. The article was published by the prestigious scientific journal Global Change Biology.
A recent study in the Nature Climate Change journal, published by an international team of experts from the CULS Faculty of Forestry and Wood Sciences and the Faculty of Environmental Sciences, shows that ongoing climate change will significantly increase the frequency of large-scale calamities of economic forests.