Rich programme at CU to commemorate events of 1939/1989

Czechs, in a little over a week’s time, will be marking the 30th anniversary of the Velvet Revolution, which began on November 17, 1989 following a brutal crackdown against students by the communist riot police.

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Jan Velinger, 8 November 2019


Three CU scientists receive Neuron Awards

Eight scientists – three of them from Charles University – received Neuron Awards at an official ceremony at the National Museum this week.

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Jan Velinger, 7 November 2019


Join us in commemorating the events of November 17 1939/1989

Read about it and more in Special Issue of Forum Magazine.

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4 November 2019


CU’s hockey team triumphs in Battle on Ice

the late hours of Thursday, October 31st – Halloween - downing opponents the Prague School of Economics by a score of 4:0.

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Jan Velinger, 1 November 2019


The Apollo 11 Moon Landing – Is it time to go back? Or should we aim for Mars?

The Apollo 11 Moon Landing – Is it time to go back? Or should we aim for Mars?

Read about it and more in Forum Magazine.

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22 October 2019


Fighting Talk: Kickboxer Terezka Cvingerová

Kickboxer Terezka Cvingerová made headlines when she won gold and bronze medals at the first-ever European Universities Combat Championships in Zagreb, Croatia. Cvingerová won the gold in the LC 65+ category edging Croatian Elizabeta Crnković on home turf.

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Jan Velinger, 16 October 2019


New exhibition marks Wenceslas IV’s legacy

Between Two Ages is the sub-caption of a new exhibition which opened at Charles University on Wednesday, marking the reign of Czech King Wenceslas IV, on the 600th anniversary of his death, a monarch who bridged the period of prosperity under his father, Charles IV, and religious and social upheaval which followed.

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Jan Velinger, 19 September 2019


How programmers in 1980s Czechoslovakia used games to mock the regime

PCs were almost impossible to get in 1980s Czechoslovakia but microcomputers proved a different matter. As so-called micros were slowly smuggled into the country and hobby programming quickly caught on, enthusiasts soon coded all manner of computer games. Under the radar of the authorities, some subtly - and others rather daringly – mocked the socialist regime.

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Jan Velinger, 11 September 2019






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