International Scientist Lectures at Masaryk University

23. 10. 2019 | Fields of Study

přednášky-MUNIEvery semester, Masaryk University in Brno frequently invites renowned speakers from all around the world to present and discuss current issues, trends and challenges in scientific fields as part of Seminar Series. This autumn, lectures are held until the end of November.

The lectures are divided into three academic fields: Social Sciences and Humanities, Life Sciences, and Mathematics, Physics, and Computer Science. The most prestigious Life Science speakers have been invited to speak during Mendel Lectures which take place in the Mendel Museum’s Augustinian Abbey Refectory.

Over the years, Brno has hosted several lectures given by Nobel Prize winners and many famous experts and professors from the whole world. This autumn, a wide range of interesting lectures is offered, including lectures such as “Challenges of Selective Targeting of Protein Kinases in Cellular Environments”, “If something is almost true, is truth nearby?”, “Unethical Behavior: A Matter of Incentives and Punishment?”

The lectures are designed for Masaryk University students and faculty members, but they are open to public. You can find the schedule of upcoming seminars and an archive of past lectures  including videos on the official website.

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