A high level of scientific activity is necessary for future development of the Faculty and it serves also as an important criterion for University evaluation. Furthermore, research provides an important source of financing of university activities. The Faculty of Agrobiology, Food and Natural Resources has the highest position among other CZU faculties regarding the amount of financial resources raised for research and also from the point of view of publications and other recognized outputs of scientific and research activities. Allocation of resources to research accounts for approximately 40% of the Faculty budget, which demonstrates well the importance of research activities for the Faculty life and itsn future perspectives. Research activities are formally supervised by the Scientific Board of the Faculty which is composed of recognized internal and external specialists in main research areas of the Faculty.
The International Conference "Influence of Abiotic Stressors on Plant Traits 2023" - September 13 and 14
Rising temperatures and droughts in recent years have caused – and will continue to cause – reduced yields of aromatic hops in traditional European hop-growing regions.
The XVII European Ichthyological Congress was held under the auspices of the European Ichthyological Society (EIS) from 4 to 8 September 2023
Scientists from the Czech University of Life Sciences in Prague and the University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice discovered an unknown species of cave crayfish in the submerged river near the village of Palimoro on the island of New Guinea.
Researchers from FANFR came up with a tool for checking the authenticity of Czech varietal wines