Earlier this year, the ORION partner South Moravian Centre for International Mobility, JCMM in Czech Republic granted ten projects run by students of master's and doctoral degrees from Brno universities €5.000 each for their innovative projects with open science attributes. The projects were selected from a regional call for open science projects on local societal challenges. The winning projects will be presented in a series of seminars during autumn.
The projects will be presented in the spirit of open science to connect academia, businesses, associations, government and the public. The first project to be presented to a wider audience is "Efficacy of different bovine footbath disinfectants at various temperatures" managed by Langová Lucie of the Mendel University in Brno.
The seminar will be held in Czech and at the premises of JCMM in Brno. For more information please see the event website.