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The metal sculpture of the Chemist, which has been located on Palackého street since 1978, will move to the Faculty of Chemical Technology, University of Pardubice. The owner of the sculpture will no longer be the city of Pardubice, but the oldest faculty of the University of Pardubice, which has received this work of art made by the academic sculptor Luboš Moravec from the municipality as a gift. “The original location of the sculpture of the Chemist on Palackého street is no longer...
To date, there are hundreds of coronavirus cases in the Czech Republic. The whole country is under a lockdown and no one can tell how the situation will further develop.  The whole world is combating the virus. And people keep asking when we will control the virus. “I believe that Europe will control the virus in two or three months. The number of people who have had the infection will be sufficient to prevent the virus from mass spreading,” says Professor Zuzana Bílková of the Faculty of...
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Update March 27, 2020 Academic year schedule has been updated. Detailed information can be found here. Update March 17, 2020 In order to limit personal contact as much as possible, the University of Pardubice asks you to communicate with its staff only electronically or over the phone. All university offices are running with at least one person on duty, while others support them from home. Please make sure you wear face masks or other available protection to...
Detection of pancreatic cancer at an early stage. It was precisely a year ago that Professor Michal Holčapek of the Faculty of Chemical Technology presented a method that may save the lives of hundreds of thousands of patients. Journalists kept asking for interviews, doctors asked for the test results, and Professor Holčapek kept receiving one phone call after another. Volunteers wanted to join the research project and offered their samples for analysis. It will take some time, however, to...
On Friday 21 February 2020, the C3 auditorium opened at 10pm to welcome our academics and students for a lecture by Prof. Dr. Harald Pasch, who visited us from the remote South Africa from Stellenbosch University, located in West Cape Province. This university is among the oldest and best in Africa. It was established in 1919 and is located about 80 km from Cape Town. Prof. Dr. Pasch, as a renowned expert on macromolecular substances and polymers, captivated the audience with the key...
Anyone who visited the Stiasini diner at our faculty on Thursday after lunch might have noticed a group of debating people. Some sipped coffee, others maybe tea or just water. But the common denominator was a meeting with Petr Kalenda, the Dean of the Faculty. It all started off at 1 p.m., and it took barely a few minutes before the first student appeared at the door to accept an invitation to "Coffee with the Dean." After a while, the vacancies filled up completely with a few more...
Our Faculty of Chemical Technology of the University of Pardubice has been awarded the title "Faculty of the Year 2019" in the category "Chemistry". In this way we would like to thank all students and graduates who participated in the voting in the Faculty of the Year competition and whose votes brought the faculty back to the 1st place of the competition. This shows that you like the faculty and that you are proud of your “Alma Mater”. Voting in the "Faculty of the Year" project is...
On 3 December 2019, Doc. Ing. Tomáš Syrový, Ph.D. from the Department of Graphic Arts and Photophysics, Faculty of Chemical Technology, University of Pardubice was awarded in the 9th annual “Visionary 2019” national competition. He received the award with the Vice-Dean for Science and Creative Activity Professor Libor Čapek from the Head of KB EU Point and managing director of KB Advisory Mr. Jan Hanuš. This prize is annually awarded to individuals or teams who present a significant...