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Founded in 1983,  RECETOX is an independent department of Masaryk University’s Faculty of ;We are engaged in research and education in the fields of environmental and ; Our main activities comprise of monitoring toxic compounds in the environment, various products and human tissues, and evaluating the risks they pose, as well as their associated toxicological and ecotoxicological health effects; developing new sampling and analytical methods; developing new chemical tools and methodologies, biotechnologies and software ; We are equipt to rapidly respond to new challenges concerning environmental contamination monitoring and exposure of the population to toxic compounds and their mixtures, and propose preventive and legislative measures, and offer appropriate interventions for chemicals ;   We work closely with various industrial partners to safeguard human health and ecosystems from the effects of toxic compounds,. Furthermore, through hosting of the National Center for Toxic Compounds, and the Stockholm Convention Regional Center (SCRC) for capacity building and transfer of technology, we support countries in Europe and Africa, as well as international institutions in the ;   RECETOX’s Research Infrastructure, is a centralized facility for the implementation of interdisciplinary research projects, and is divided into individual core facilities that analyze a wide range of anthropogenic natural substances and toxins in environmental or biological matrices, conduct long-term environmental and population studies, and develop sophisticated software tools for management, analysis, interpretation, and visualization of ;   RECETOX provides multidisciplinary education in bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degree programs in the fields of environmental health, mathematical biology, and ;
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We are the largest engineering university in the Czech Republic. We have more than 19 000 proud talents.
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BCRG biomedical center was established in 2015 as a joint project of the Medical Faculty, the University of Ostrava and the Hematooncology Department, University Hospital Ostrava. BCRG teams focus on both basic and pre-clinical research with the main aim to develop novel therapeutical approaches in the field of monoclonal gammopathies and other hematological disorders
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The University can pride itself on the longest history of agriculture and forestry studies in the Czech lands. It was established in 1919 as the University of Agriculture in Brno, since 1994 the University has borne the name of the famous genetic laws discoverer Gregor Johann Mendel.The University is formed by 5 faculties: Faculty of Agronomy, Faculty of Forestry and Wood Technology, Faculty of Business and Economics, Faculty of Horticulture and Faculty of Regional Development and International Studies. As an important part of its activities, the University also operates a botanical garden and arboretum. In order to train students, to conduct researches and to verify the theoretical knowledge in practice the University disposes of the University Agriculture Enterprise in Žabčice and the Training Forest Enterprise Masaryk Forest in K
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The VŠB-Technical University of Ostrava is a technical and economic institution of higher education, the principal task of which is the provision of higher education based on free and internationally oriented research. It is an integral part of the higher education structure in the Czech Republic providing for the highest education in the province of its specialization. The predecessor of the Mining University of Ostrava was the Mining School in P
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University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague executes educational and research activities in almost all branches of chemistry: chemical engineering, food chemistry and technology, biochemistry, water
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