Petr Hauschwitz from HiLASE Centre has now made it into the prestigious 30 UNDER 30 list in the Czech version of the FORBES magazine
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It is almost a decade since the Fukushima nuclear disaster sent shockwaves around the world, and triggered a mass shift aware from nuclear power due to safety concerns. Since then Japanese scientists have been working with scientists in the US and Europe to find ways of preventing any future recurrence. A European team at the Czech Academy of Scientists believe they now have a solution that has received EU-wide patent protection.
This year marks the 20th anniversary since the founding agreement of the international Pierre Auger Observatory in Argentina has been signed. The celebration ceremony that took place last week in Malargüe was attended not only by a delegation of Czech scientists but also by the Czech Ambassador in Argentina Karel Beran.
The eleventh Science Café, an unconventional open discussion with scientists. This time in Brussel.
Scientists uncovered a method for data entry and storage in computing that is 1000 times faster than in common memory media.
Masek took the picture of it with the aid of the FRAM robotic telescope, which is a part of the Pierre Auger Observatory in Argentina. The observatory is designed to detect ultra-high-energy cosmic rays.
A recent study has defined key interactions as DNA/RNA nucleobases are adsorbed onto graphene, and identified specific improvements to current graphene-based biosensing, to improve sensitivity.