The Czech University of Life Sciences in Prague introduces a concept of mobile laboratories, CZU mobiLAB. CZU mobiLAB is ready for use in humane and veterinary medicine for identification of any infectious agents based on nucleic acid detection in sampled individuals. The concept of CZU mobiLAB can be used in inaccessible areas of the developing world and at the same time offers solution for developed countries in case of reaction to unexpected threat.
A new external dormitory in the former Fortuna West Hotel in Prague 6 has begun to offer its services.
The so-called Shanghai Ranking is one of the most-recognised international rankings of universities. It focuses mainly on the scientific and research level of institutions and utilises six indicators to evaluate the world's universities, including the number of articles published in Nature and Science journals. It also monitors the number of the most cited scientists in the Highly Cited Researchers database or the Nobel Prize winners associated with the institution.
According to recent research, the virus which causes the new COVID-19 disease might be transmitted to animals. Cats, dogs, ferrets and even livestock might be infected the same way as humans are.
The Pinot Blanc 2018, late harvest wine grown in Chloumek by Mělník, is the champion among 135 brands enlisted in this year´s Bohemia National Competition of Wines. The vineyard owned by the Czech University of Life Sciences Prague has been managed for 18 years by the head of the Viticulture Center Štěpán Weitosch.
The favourable situation regarding the COVID-19 finally enabled the meeting of the awarded athletes of the year with the Rector Petr Sklenička.
CZU will have a unique Educational Centre for Agricultural Product Processing at the Faculty of Agrobiology, Food and Natural Resources. The construction of the Food Pavilion was started by the Minister of Agriculture, Mr Miroslav Toman.
We were honored to welcome the President of the Senate of the Parliament of the Czech Republic, Mr Miloš Vystrčil, to the Czech University of Life Sciences Prague (CZU).
Methodological guideline for ensuring the conditions of study from 25th May 2020 with respect to the coronavirus pandemic
With regard to the current measures concerning catering facilities, we would like to inform you about the opening of the CZU canteen from May 25, 2020, from 11:00 till 14:00.
Informations regarding to the upcoming academic year for the incoming students.
The new conditions for continuation of studies at CZU will be applied with regards to the Resolution of the Government of the Czech Republic of April 30th 2020. The personal presence of students at all parts of the CZU from May 11th 2020 is no longer prohibited, however, it can only be allowed if certain measures are met, in particular:
The CZU Prague placed first in the Czech Republic in the THE Impact Ranking 2020. In the overall ranking, CZU was ranked 201st - 300th in the world.
Students ENROLLED IN ALL STUDY YEARS are allowed to participate in study activities from April 27th 2020...
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, borders are closed and Czech agriculture and forestry are in a difficult situation because they are lacking seasonal workers.
The most frequently asked questions about study at CZU. Update: 03/30/2020
In regards to the spreading of the coronavirus infection SARS-CoV-2, the university management closes all CZU faculty buildings.
Since midnight of March 15th (Sunday) new restrictions on the movement of persons throughout the Czech Republic have been applied
Information about operation of CZU Rectorate.
The university closely monitors the situation regarding the spread of coronavirus 2019-nCoV and places measures to limit the spread of the virus.
CZU ranked 31st in the Green Metric World University Rankings, and is thus one of the world leaders in terms of consideration for the environment.
The Euroleague for Life Sciences organized a student conference in Uppsala, Sweden.