This weekend made it to the finish line of the 10 day long sport-charity happening Teribear moves Prague 2016. All organizers and partners, including the company C-IN, would like to delightedly announce that Teribear very literally moved Prague. This event based on running and walking of all age categories in different sport conditions earned an incredible amount of CZK 7,967,438, which sponsors rounded to 8 million Czech crowns! The money will be redistributed by Tereza Maxová Foundation to support disadvantages children.
Prague´s popular relaxing zone, Letná, is going to be crowded again starting today. Thousands of runners and walkers will be raising money for disadvantaged children by running kilometres. Partners and sponsors of the charity event called Teribear moves Prague 2016, which is held under the auspices of the Tereza Maxová Foundation (TMF) promote each kilometre with a contribution of 50 CZK (1,8 EUR). The C-IN company, which is mainly focused on PCO and Core PCO services during the year, will organisationally be part of this project once again.
“Help teachers from Third World countries to come to the Congress. Your donations will be used to create a fund for this purpose. At the beginning of the Congress we will announce how many teachers and from where were able to come thanks to your help. Thank you!”, says the registration form for the 28th International Montessori Congress (AMI 2017), which will take place in Prague during 27th – 30th of July, 2017. Delegates can contribute by arbitrary amount, therefore everyone can join according to their options and thus support the community.
The 12th International Congress of Cell Biology (ICCB 2016) organised by the Czech Society for Cell Biology took place from the 21 - 25 July, 2016 at the Prague Congress Center. With title “Exploring Cellular Structure and Function” the congress, held under the auspices of the International Federation for Cell Biology, aimed to recognise the key role of cell biology with deeper understanding of the tissues and organisms made of the cells. It was a great privilege for all organisers to host in Prague 3 Nobel Prize winners Prof. Eric Betzig (USA), Prof. Martin Chalfie (USA) and Prof. Harald zur Hausen (Germany).