The nomination for the annual Otto Wichterle Premium is intended for outstanding young scientists up to the age of thirty-five employed at the Academy of Sciences who achieved top results in their fields.
Award for a research of biofilm formation – attachment and growth of bacteria monitored by real-time ATR-IR spectroscopy
Pavla Štenclová, Ph.D., received the Austin Barnes´ Prize for the best poster. The presented results were obtained during the research stay at the University of Ulm.
The works presented results of basic research of diamond material with potential application in wastewater treatment and the detection of pollutants in water or in the atmosphere.
Czech scientists were awarded during the 9th International Conference on Nanomaterials – Nanocon 2017 in Brno.
This year's awards went to the Department of Optical Materials, Department of Thin Films and Nanostructures and the Department of Astroparticles Physics.
A team, which is Vitezslav Jary a member of, managed to find a novel, previously not investigated a group of materials which could find usage in industry, medicine, security as well as in science.
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).