19/09/2017 1:26 PM

  

 
Presentation 

 J. Krejčí, Czech Republic

BVT presentation

 BVT presentation

M. Polach, Czech Republic

Biotech sector in the Czech republic

Polach

P. Skládal, Czech Republic

Electrochemical and piezoelectric immunosensors

for detection of microorganisms

Skladal

M. O´Connell, UK

Microdialysis and Continuous Automated Real-Time

Online Monitoring using Biosensors

Conell
     

I. Krejčí, Czech Republic

 

Measurement of electrochemical sensor parameters

using the electrical impedance spektroskopy (EIS)

Krejci

T. Chlup, Czech Republic

Continuous plasma glucose monitoring using

transcutaneous sensors in clinical practice.

Chlup

V. Neděla, Czech Republic

The study of electrochemical sensors surfaces and

biological samples using SEM and ESEM

Nedela

J. Barek, Czech Republic

Amperometric Detection in Flowing Systems

Barek
    

J. Krejčí, Czech Republic

Miniature Rotated disc electrode

Krejci

N. Jeffrezic, France

 

Use of nanoparticles for enhancing IDE

biosensor response

 

Jeffrezic

R. Ličbinský, Czech Republic

Ecotoxicity tests of surface run off from

roads with high traffic intensity.

Licbinsky

PRESENTATION OF BVT TECHNOLOGIES PRODUCT

Product
 Social program
 
Moravian Karst is one of the most important karst areas of Central Europe. In the area of Moravian Karst, there are more than 1100 caverns and gorges. However, only 4 out of all these caves are open to the public. There are Punkvevní jeskyně (Punkva Caves) with their underground river – during the cruise you can see there the bottom of the famous Macocha Abyss. Another cave is Kateřinská jeskyně (Catherine’s Cave) with its unique limestone columns. The Balcarka Cave is full of colorful stalactite decoration. Sloupsko-šošůvské jeskyně (Sloup-Šošůvka Caves) are made by huge corridors and underground gorges.