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Science Café: The Wonders of Life with Zuzana Holubcová

Science Café: The Wonders of Life with Zuzana Holubcová

March 3, 2020

The Czech embryologist Zuzana Holubcová discusses the fascinating processes occurring inside the human egg cell before and during fertilization, where human life begins. During her postdoctoral research in Cambridge, Dr. Holubcová studied causes of female infertility and described errors originating in the process by which the egg prepares for fertilization.

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Jacques Rupnik: 1989 and Today

Jacques Rupnik: 1989 and Today

November 6, 2019

An interview with a Prague-born French historian and a political scientist Jacques Rupnik taken during the 'The Other Europe: The Power of the Powerless with Jacques Rupnik, Tom Roberts and Richard Davy' event organised by Czech Centre London. More info at: https://bit.ly/2VFmNFg

 

Jacques Rupnik is a Prague-born French historian and a political scientist focusing on the history and politics of Eastern and Central Europe. He was educated, among others, at the University of Paris and at Harvard, is currently Research Professor at CERI-Sciences Po in Paris as well as visiting professor at the College of Europe in Bruges. He was advisor to president Vaclav Havel in the 1990’s, Executive director of the International Commission for the Balkans, Carnegie Endowment for International Peace (1995-1996) and drafter of its report Unfinished Peace (1996), member of the Independent International Commission on Kosovo (1999-2000) and co-drafter of The Kosovo Report (Oxford UP, 2000). Among his more recent positions held, he was advisor to the European Commission (2007-2010), member of the board of the Institute for Historical Justice and Reconciliation in The Hague (2010-2017) and member of the board of directors of the European Partnership for Democracy in Brussels (2008-2013).

 

Cover photo by Fondapol - Fondation pour l'innovation politique - https://commons.wikimedia.org/

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