On April 18, 2023, David Staněk gave a popularizing science lecture titled “How do cells read?” to non-scientific groups at IMG in the Milan Hašek Auditorium.
Thanks to this lecture, our colleagues gained basic knowledge about the processes that occur within cells, including reading information stored in DNA and RNA splicing. Understanding these processes can be crucial for the treatment of many diseases, such as cancer, genetic disorders, and others.
“I am pleased to have been able to give the audience a glimpse into the complex process of converting genetic information into proteins and to show the beautiful and somewhat mysterious world that is hidden in our cells. And which makes us who we are,” explains Professor Staněk.