Language Department

The language department at the Faculty of Science, University of South Bohemia, provides language courses for students from any of the university faculties. Along with English, we also offer courses in Spanish, German, French and Russian.

Human hidden in fruit flies

Fruit flies are very useful model organisms for genetics and developmental biology. They rapidly multiply and it is now quite easy to manipulate with their genetic information – we can easily turn on and off their genes or visualize the gene activity.

Tropical Ecology Expeditions

The students of the Faculty of Science have already had three opportunities to experience tropical research in one of the remotest and least explored countries in the world – Papua New Guinea

10 Years_Biological Chemistry Conference in Linc

Cross-Border Study of Biological Chemistry

Biological Chemistry is an interdisciplinary field in the life sciences area which offers a broad-based education in chemistry, biochemistry, biology, molecular biology, biophysics, bioinformatics and structural and systems biology.

Cross-Border Study of Bioinformatics

Bioinformatics is the latest multidisciplinary area of study which has come into being as part of mutual collaboration between Southern Bohemia and Upper Austria.

We study interactions in mammal societies as well as adaptations of mammals to the subterranean environment

Archaeobotanical research in Prague castle and Hradčany

Archaeobotanists from Faculty of Science on University of South Bohemia cooperate long time on analyses from Prague castle with the Institute of Archaeology of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech republic, Prague, v.v.i.

“Sweet” ticks - glycobiology of ticks and its potential in management of tick-borne pathogens

We study glycoproteins, which affect the success of tick feeding on the host (such as humans), or the transmission of pathogens to the host.

Secret stock of organic carbon in arctic permafrost. Time bomb of global climate change?

Hemiparasitic plants

The Hemiparasitic Orobanchaceae Research Team at the Department of Botany, Faculty of Science, University of South Bohemia work mostly on root‑hemiparasitic plants, i. e. green photosynthesic plants that however parasitize hosts by attaching to their roots.