Sensors developed with Czech support help protect water consumers in Europe

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Water pollution is endangering more lives annually than all forms of violence and war. Accessible sources of clean water are limited. Less than 1 percent of the planet's freshwater is available to us. The international Aqua3S project proposes innovative solutions to water facilities, as well as the standardization of current existing sensor technologie.

Institute of Physics received two of four awards of the Technology Agency in 2015

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The prestigious prizes of the Technology Agency of the Czech Republic for the best projects accomplished in applied research in 2015 were awarded at the official ceremony in the new building of the National Museum in Prague on October 22nd, 2015. Among four award-winning projects, there were two projects that included teams from the Institute of Physics of the Czech Academy of Sciences (CAS).

Success of a talented student

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Vítězslav Jarý won the first prize in the H. Becquerel competition which aims to stimulate Czech PhD students and to recognize their successful research activity in the development of utilization of nuclear energy.