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Martin got three streaks in a row as a Highly cited researcher in the Chemistry field 2017, 2018, 2019.
Martin is getting interviewed in BBCWorld broadcast about our uranium collecting nanorobots.
Headline Science - Watch tiny swimming magnetic robots suck up uranium in a droplet of radioactive wastewater.
Amongst the virtual-reality startups, we shared our take on how future micro/machines can change our lives.
Martin was asked about the role of the rector of UCT together with Mikuláš Bek, former rector of Masaryk University.
Martin gives his opinion on the future of Nanorobots as a part of an article highlighting the recent push of nanobots towards medicinal use.
Read more on the 21. století Magazine, September issue, 2019.
See the article at TOP UNIVERSITIES. Very proud to have my Nanorobots Center in Prague!
That is the title of an article featuring our work on Nanorobotspicking up Uranium in the most popular Czech newspaper Blesk, with 5 million readers.
Nanorobots on Nanoday 2019 exhibition in Czech National Technical Muzeum
"MOFBOTS could carry drugs to specific targets in the body", says Martin Pumera. See an article on Chemical & Engineering News
On 29 and 30 April, Nanyang Technological University Singapore hosted a second meeting with the University of Chemistry and Technology Prague (UCT Prague) and the prestigious University of Singapore. This followed a February workshop in Prague and the January signing of a Memorandum of Mutual Cooperation. The main objective of the April meeting was to define specific joint research tasks in the fields of sustainability, food safety and nutrition, and biomedical sciences.
Interview with Martin on DVTV about nanorobots and medicine.
Michaela Fojtů, researcher at our center, received Siemens award for the best PhD thesis. PhD was done in Masařík Lab at MUNI, with half a year stay at NTU Singapore in our lab.
Martin was organizer of a workshop „Sustainable Energy and Mobility“ between nanyang Technological University Singapore, University of Chemistry and Technology Prague and CEITEC Brno with presence of BMW, Cambridge University and Lancaster University took place on 18th and 19th February 2019.
Martin and Subodh signed a memorandum of understanding between NTU Singapore and UCT Prague in the presence of Czech PM Andrej Babiš and NTU Singapore president Prof. Subra on the future mobility and energy.
"Scientists were wrong and movies were right", says Martin Pumera, Czech Top Scientist. See an interview in on Nanorobots
Martin received UCT Prague rector science award for the contribution to the science and its promotion in historical Bethelem chappel in Prague