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More JU researchers admitted to the Fulbright Program

More JU researchers admitted to the Fulbright Program

25.01.2023
The Polish-US Fulbright Commission has completed the selection process for the Fulbright STEM Impact Award 2022–23 and Fulbright Senior Award 2023–24. Amongst the chosen applicants are researchers from the JU Faculty of Biochemistry, Biophysics and Biotechnology and JU Faculty of Philosophy. Thanks to the funding provided by the programme, they will be able to carry out their research projects in the United States.
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JU researcher receives the Leverhulme Trust International Professorship award

JU researcher receives the Leverhulme Trust International Professorship award

24.01.2023
Prof. Jonathan Heddle, head of a research team working within the framework of the Małopolska Centre of Biotechnology (MCB), has received a £4.8 million award as part of the Leverhulme International Professorship at Durham University. Prof. Heddle’s research at Jagiellonian University is in bionanoscience and aims to understand, design and build artificial and natural biological nanomachines, a topic which he aims to build on as a recipient of the award.
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Sweet salvation: how a sugar cane pathogen is gearing up a new era of antibiotic discovery

Sweet salvation: how a sugar cane pathogen is gearing up a new era of antibiotic discovery

23.01.2023
An international group of researchers, including Prof. Jonathan Heddle’s team from the JU Małopolska Centre of Biotechnology made a ground-breaking discovery concerning the work of albicidin – a substance which may become the basis of most effective antibiotics against antibiotic resistant bacteria. The paper, entitled ‘Molecular mechanism of topoisomerase poisoning by a potent peptide antibiotic’ has been published in Nature Catalysis journal.
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Researchers establish what factors influence the size of nestlings' brains

Researchers establish what factors influence the size of nestlings' brains

18.01.2023
An international study involving Dr hab. Szymon Drobniak from the JU Faculty of Biology has shown that parental provisioning has an impact on hatchlings’ brain size, even before they begin to interact with others. These findings are very surprising, as social factors have so far been considered to be the main contributing factor in this regard.
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Paper by JU researchers published in Science Advances

Paper by JU researchers published in Science Advances

17.01.2023
Scientists from the Department of Molecular Biophysics at the Faculty of Biochemistry, Biophysics and Biotechnology (FBBB) and the Max Planck Research Group at Małopolska Centre of Biotechology (MCB) of the Jagiellonian University teamed up to understand photosynthesis in plants at the atomic level.
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Ground-breaking studies into the structure of the Elongator complex

Ground-breaking studies into the structure of the Elongator complex

12.01.2023
The latest paper by scientists from the Małopolska Centre of Biotechnology of the Jagiellonian University (JU MCB) describes the first high resolution cryo-electron microscopy (cryo-EM) structure of Elongator, which sheds light on the role of the Elp456 subcomplex. The study was published this week in Nucleic Acids Research as a Breakthrough Article.
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Research into green transformation and economic polarisation in Europe

Research into green transformation and economic polarisation in Europe

04.01.2023
The National Science Centre has published the results of OPUS 22+LAP/Weave competition. The grant winners include Dr Zofia Łapniewska from the Jagiellonian University who will carry out research into environmental protection in politics. The studies are aimed to better understand the impact of the implementation of green transformation policy on the EU states and identification of the areas in which it poses a risk of socio-economic polarisation.
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