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Werner and Demo Gave Their Public Lectures
Both MUNI Award in Science and Humanities candidates gave their public lectures. Norbert Werner in the field of astrophysics, Gabriel Demo in structural biology.
It Is a Stereotype that Technology Makes People Detached from Each Other, says Professor
Sheizaf Rafaeli deals with the electronic communication of people in his scientific work. In his Digital Culture/Clutter: Life and Death on the Net course, he taught about the changes that human society has undergone after people's lives have largely moved into a virtual environment.
Marie Claire Villeval Gave a MUNI Seminar Series Lecture
Tax evaders still consider what others think of them. French economist Marie Claire Villeval gave a lecture on what influences dishonest behavior of people.
ISAB Members Visited MU Again After a Year
For the fourth time, members of the International Scientific Advisory Board (ISAB) visited Masaryk University to find out how the University has dealt with their recommendations from previous years.
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