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It was already at a primary school back in Slovakia that Filip Bureš fell for chemistry. He can recall in great detail all visits to the chemistry lab and the experiments done there. After his father let him have a small lab of his own in his company in Lanškroun, Czech Republic, he has stayed with the field up to now. Today, Professor Filip Bureš works at the Faculty of Chemical Technology, and together with his team develops new organic materials that may be used in areas such as electronics...
Dear colleagues and students, We have gone through a period which changed our working and personal lives. This period turned our daily routine upside down and changed comfort into an unexpected challenge. In my opinion, you are as happy as I am to be able to slowly return to the normal operation. To personal contacts with fellow students, colleagues, and to the background we are accustomed to. This is the right time to say thank you. I would like to thank all of you for your...
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Last year, the cooperation between the Faculty of Chemical Technology, University of Pardubice and the High School of Applied Arts for Glassmaking resulted in signing of the Memorandum of Cooperation. This school with a long tradition in the Liberec Region has become the fifth “Faculty School”, which is now evidenced by an enamel sign on the school facade. The cooperation between the two institutions is based on joint activities including promotion, competitions, and “tailored excursions...
The University of Pardubice helps with the analysis of samples for the coronavirus SARS-CoV-2. Researchers and doctoral students of the Faculty of Chemical Technology examine dozens of samples a day in unique specially secured laboratories. The faculty has applied for funding to purchase additional devices that can significantly increase this capacity. "I am glad that we use our specially secured laboratory, in addition to basic research, also for the analyses so necessary today. This...
During the turbulent national and global developments concerning the spreading of the coronavirus, academics and students from the Faculty of Chemical Technology, University of Pardubice have decided to help with testing of samples of indicated patients for COVID-19. The testing procedure is coordinated by Prof. Roman Kanďár in cooperation with the Pardubice Hospital. In recent weeks, the whole procedure has been carefully planned and now the faculty can finally help the overloaded medical...
As an unforgettable reminder of the Pardubice Region published on the occasion of the 70th anniversary of higher chemical education in Pardubice, from May the website of CBS Publishing and later tourist centres and bookshops will offer an absolutely unique book “Pardubice region from heaven”. This Czech-English publication offers unconventional aerial images of the Pardubice Region in its full beauty. The areas of the region such as the capital, Holice or Přelouč are captured from a bird’...
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...