A strange way to read DNA and produce proteins has been discovered in a protozoan parasite
Science is not just about lab coats, long equations, complex graphs, and detailed studies. It can also give rise to unique moments and unsuspected beauty.
Energy prices have been afflicting Europe throughout the year, and the unprecedented situation has also affected the Czech Academy of Sciences (CAS).
Perovskite solar cells comprise a promising technology for the energy of the future. They could potentially replace traditional silicon-based solar cells and make photovoltaics cheaper, and environmentally-friendly.
Made from cheap and recyclable materials, a new type of rechargeable battery developed by scientists of the Czech Academy of Sciences (CAS), will engineer a revolution in solar energy technologies.
It is exactly a century since the 1959 Nobel Prize in Chemistry winner, Jaroslav Heyrovský, discovered polarography, one of the most important Czech contributions to the world science.
In the British Army Auxiliary Corps, Czechoslovakian women served not only as cooks or office workers, but also as meteorologists, armorers and convoy commanders during World War II.
Together with a team of historians, Egyptologists, philologists and organic chemists, a Czech scientist, wants to reconstruct the process of preparing ancient Greco-Egyptian perfumes.
People domesticated modern horses about 4000 years ago, and these ancient horses expanded rapidly, and ultimately replaced all other species in Eurasia.
A group of chemists, microbiologists and engineers have produced a new type of nanomaterial dressing with antibiotic effect on burns and skin wounds, caused by bacteria.