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Research in Technologies & Engineering

Czech University of Life Sciences Prague

Technologies & Engineering at the Czech University of Life Sciences Prague are developed at the Faculty of Economics and Management and the Faculty of Engineering with research projects on, e.g. human behaviour studies using modern technologies, robots, precision farming, photovoltaics or biosensors.

CZU Prague excels in the fields of economics and management, agrobiology, food and natural resources, environmental sciences, forestry, tropical agrisciences, engineering and pedagogy. With its six faculties and one institute, it accommodates modern research facilities and laboratories.

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Czech Technical University in Prague

Research is carried out at all eight faculties, and also at the university institutes: the Klokner Institute, the Masaryk Institute of Advanced Studies, and the Institute of Technical and Experimental Physics.

In future, too, we aim to be a prestigious university where the emphasis will be on high-quality scientific and research work, and on being a significant performer in the European research and education space.

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University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague

The University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague is a natural centre of first-rate study and research in the area of chemistry in the Czech Republic and is one of the country’ s largest educational and research institutions focused on technical chemistry, chemical and biochemical technologies, material and chemical engineering, food chemistry, and environmental studies.

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Charles University

At CU, research into technologies & engineering is mainly conducted at e.g. the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics (among others creation of mathematical models in medicine – e.g. for the neurosciences), nuclear research etc., and at the Faculty of Science (e.g. (nano)materials modelling) etc.

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