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Consul of Hungary awarded with „Plus ratio quam vis” medal

14.07.2020
On 13 July 2020, the Consul General of Hungary to Kraków Prof. Adrienne Körmendy was presented with the Plus ratio quam vis medal by the Rector of the Jagiellonian University Prof. Wojciech Nowak during a special session of the JU Senate in the historic Aula of Collegium Maius.
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President of Lithuania awards two JU professors

10.07.2020
On Lithuanian Statehood Day, 6 July 2020, the President of Lithuania Gitanas Nausėda presented state decorations to people with significant contributions to the country. Two Jagiellonian University professors, Tadeusz Bujnicki and Jacek Purchla, have been presented with the Knight’s Cross of the Order of Merits to Lithuania.
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Visual cortex can aid in hearing

09.07.2020
Humans are a vision-centric species, and large parts of our brains are dedicated to processing information we receive through our eyes. But what about the visually impaired who were not able to see since they were born? Dr Łukasz Bola from the JU Institute of Psychology has been researching this subject as part of an international science team. The results of their work have recently been published in Current Biology.
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Prof. Wiesław Roth receives the Alex F. Cronstedt Award

08.07.2020
Professors Wiesław J. Roth from the Jagiellonian University and Jiří Čejka from the Charles University in Prague have been presented with the Alex F. Croinstedt Award by the Federation of European Zeolite Associations (FEZA). They received the award for heir substantial contributions to the fundamental aspects of synthesis and understanding of two-dimensional zeolites, including general methodology for soft-chemical manipulation of zeolite layers to produce different frameworks, swelling and interlayer chemistry of layered MWW zeolites, and soft chemical exfoliation in preparation of liquid dispersions of zeolite monolayers.
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Silver 'Plus ratio quam vis' medal for the French Consul General

07.07.2020
On Tuesday, 7 July, the French Consul General Frédéric de Touchet has been awarded with a silver 'Plus ratio quam vis' medal by JU Rector prof. Wojciech Nowak for his contributions to the Polish-French relationship. The most important University award was presented to the Consul General in Collegium Maius. The event was attended by the University's Vice-Rectors and Deans, representatives of the diplomatic corps, local government as well as artists, researchers and educators.
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Neutrinos reveal the last mystery of Sun energy generation

02.07.2020
Scientists from the Jagiellonian University Institute of Physics working on the BOREXINO experiment, realised in an underground laboratory in San Grasso (Italy) together with European and US researchers, have finally found the missing link in the chain of hydrogen burning in the Sun, for the first time in history measuring a weak carbon, nitrogen and oxygen (CNO) neutrino stream emitted from the star’s core.
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Jagiellonian University tops Polish law faculties ranking

26.06.2020
For the seventh consecutive year, the Faculty of Law and Administration took first place in the ranking of law faculties at public higher education institutions in Poland by the Rzeczpospolita daily. The oldest Polish university extended its advantage over its main rivals: the University of Warsaw and the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, which ranked second and third, respectively.
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