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Czech scientists have made a surprising discovery. A metal pot buried in a tomb in Egypt's Abusir 5000 years ago was made of material that was used at the time in distant Anatolia - modern-day Turkey. They proved that the metals had travelled a few thousand miles before they got to their owner. One of the experts who examined the material used for the manufacture of the container was Ing. Jiří Kmošek, a chemist from the Department of Chemical Technology, the Faculty of Restoration. The...
On Tuesday 30 May, Prague hosted the announcement of the 6th year of the competition for the best project in research, development and innovations based on successful collaboration between a research higher education institution and the application sphere. The Best Collaboration of 2017 Prize was awarded to the team of Dr.-Ing. Jan Macák from the Centre of Materials and Nanotechnologies (CEMNAT), Faculty of Chemical Technology, University of Pardubice, and PARDAM, s.r.o. The...