The Faculty of Science at Masaryk University provides education in the fields of Mathematics, Physics, Biochemistry, Chemistry, Biology, Earth Sciences, Life Sciences and Advanced Materials and Nanoscience. The faculty’s top priority is research, where many important scientific discoveries have been achieved. Each department is very well equipped by new modern laboratories and devices where students can do their study together with their own research.
Research is not limited to the Czech Republic. The faculty’s scientists, including students of doctoral programmes, travel regularly to the Czech Polar Station in Antarctica to continue their long term or individual research. If you would like to become a scientist or an expert in your chosen scientific field, the Faculty of Science is a great place to start!
Interview: Polar research expert Daniel Nývlt
He says: If we can’t all act together against climate change, it would be better to adapt to a new world rather than try…
Ludovic Mayer: Don’t be scared to go far for new experience.
Ludovic, a Ph.D. student in Environment and Health focuses on pesticides and the ways pesticides pollute our air.
Dry streams in Czechia
According to experts from the Faculty of Science of Masaryk University, extreme drought is prevailing in several domesti…
Masaryk University scientists are analysing Mendel’s DNA
Scientists from a variety of fields eventually joined the project, including those from the Faculty of Arts, Faculty of…
PhD Day 2021 at Faculty of Science MU
Just like the last year, the event was held on-line. Check the video record!
HR Excellence in Research Award
We are a proud holder of the HR Excellence in Research Award by the European Commission
Seeing the structure of our molecule for the first time was the biggest “wow” moment, says Vladimír Šindelář
The project of prof. Šindelář from the Department of Chemistry “Chiral Bambusurils (2018−2020)” won GA CR Chairman’s Awa…
Biotechnological discovery of Brno scientists patented in Singapore
Fibroblast growth factor FGF2-STAB, which was developed at MUNI, has now been patented, not just in Europe but also in S…