CZU mobiLAB offers a complex solution for detection of infectious diseases (including COVID-19) in inaccessible areas of developing countries
The Czech University of Life Sciences in Prague introduces a concept of mobile laboratories, CZU mobiLAB. CZU mobiLAB is ready for use in humane and veterinary medicine for identification of any infectious agents based on nucleic acid detection in sampled individuals. The concept of CZU mobiLAB can be used in inaccessible areas of the developing world and at the same time offers solution for developed countries in case of reaction to unexpected threat.
A new external dormitory in the former Fortuna West Hotel in Prague 6 has begun to offer its services.
CZU Prague has improved its position by 100 places in the latest evaluation of the world's best universities and ranked 801st to 900th in the world and 5th amongst Czech universities.
The so-called Shanghai Ranking is one of the most-recognised international rankings of universities. It focuses mainly on the scientific and research level of institutions and utilises six indicators to evaluate the world's universities, including the number of articles published in Nature and Science journals. It also monitors the number of the most cited scientists in the Highly Cited Researchers database or the Nobel Prize winners associated with the institution.
New Research Centre at the CZU Prague makes focus on transmission of new COVID-19 and other infectious diseases from animals to humans and vice versa
According to recent research, the virus which causes the new COVID-19 disease might be transmitted to animals. Cats, dogs, ferrets and even livestock might be infected the same way as humans are.
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