Our scientists in cooperation with colleagues from England, India, Belgium and China, first observed and numerically simulated the phenomenon associated with the so-called "forced magnetic reconnection", which is an important phenomenon in connection with solar corona which is not yet satisfactorily explained in solar physics.
On Monday, the Grant Agency of the Czech Republic published the results of the grant competition. Faculty of Science has recently received funding for 12 new standard projects and 4 junior grants.
The fifth edition of the Quantitative Ecology Module is organized again by the Faculty of Science.
International student club (ISC), that exists at the University of South Bohemia since 2007, managed to become a part of an international organization Erasmus Student Network (ESN).
The Center of Polar Ecology of the Faculty of Science of the University of South Bohemia represents the Czech Republic in the International Arctic Science Committee (IASC).
The American Science Development Association (AAAS), publishing the prestigious Science magazine, chose Professor Julius Lukeš from the Faculty of Science of the USB and the Parasitological Institute of the Biology Center of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic as one of its candidates (Fellows).
CPE employees will participate at the 2nd Arctic Science Ministerial, govermental conference on the Arctic, where they will represent the Czech Republic and Czech Arctic research activities. The conference will take place in Berlin on October 24 - 26, 2018.
Professor Vojtech Novotny was awarded the Marsh Award for Insect Conservation for his outstanding contribution to insect conservation on the basis of lifetime achievement.
Plants and soil microbes are different in many ways, in particular in their biomass composition. Plant biomass is rich in nitrogen, but has less phosphorus, compared to microbial biomass.
Jiří Kratochvíl, a research fellow at the Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, Charles University and a PhD student at the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University in Prague, received the Young Scientist Award.
New publication of Magda Zrzava and her colleagues in Genes.
Dogs (subfamily Caninae) is one of the most charismatic groups of mammals and ecologically important predators and scavengers.
Despite the fact that encounters with predators are always threatening, there is a considerable variablity among individuals in how they cope with these situations.
Department of Ecosystem Biology as a partner in the International Applied Soil and Plant Ecology Knowledge project (IntASEK)12.06.2018
The IntASEK project brings together five partners from four counties across Europe: Estonia, France, Germany and the Czech Republic. It focusses on teaching, research and employability for students in the field of soil and plant sciences. Project is funded by ERASMUS+ and European commission