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Anti-COVID activities at CZU


The Faculty of Economics and Management at CZU Prague has provided its full computing capacity of the BigData cluster to the Rosetta@home project, which examines three-dimensional protein shapes and can lead to finding a cure for COVID-19 as well as other human diseases such as cancer, Alzheimer’s, HIV and others.

The Minister of Agriculture, Miroslav Toman, together with the rector of the Czech University of Life Sciences Prague, Petr Sklenička, the rector of the Mendel University in Brno and the rector of the University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice turned to the students of specialized universities. In a joint statement, they invited them to engage in work in the agricultural, food and forestry sectors. Together they created a web portal and a Facebook group that connect farmers and students.

The Faculty of Tropical AgriSciences at CZU Prague provided the Hænke project with laboratories of ethnobotany and ethnopharmacology for the production of disinfectants.

High-performance workstations from The Faculty of Forestry and Wood Sciences at CZU Prague are currently used for research activities which help to find a cure for COVID-19.