The XXVI. meeting of the Academic Assembly of the Academy of Sciences 24th March 2005 elected a new President Prof. CR. Ing. Vaclav Paces, MD.
The XXVI. meeting of the Academic Assembly of the Academy of Sciences 24th March 2005 elected a new President Prof. CR. Ing. Vaclav Paces, MD. The function was followed by Helen Illnerová that the post has not run for President with that wants to get lab work. Paces has worked as director of the Institute of Molecular Genetics.
The new President believes that the task of the Academy is to provide the best facilities for science. Paces would like to see starting salaries of young scientists was about 40 thousand. It points to the fact that now a privileged applied research, which usually leads directly to financial results zhodnotitelným and knowledge should flow from high-quality basic, respectively. investigative research. For the BBC said he would be satisfied if the state subsidies for science correspond to one percent of GDP, which is almost twice as much than the public support today. Paces belonged to the opponents of restructuring and CR, when the workplace have become a public research institution.
Paces graduated from the Faculty of Science, Charles University, since 1977 worked at the Institute of Molecular Genetics. Paces geneticist and his team were in the 80 years one of the first to read the DNA of bacterial virus. His trips abroad think of Yale University, Chicago College, Seville and Bristol.
Source: Reuters, BBC
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