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Jagiellonian University ranked first by the National Science Centre

09.01.2013
The National Science Centre has ranked Polish scientific centres according to the number of research grants they have received and their overall value. The Jagiellonian University has taken first place in both categories, having received 409 grants worth 156 million zlotys altogether
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Molecular Biotechnology for Health: project review

04.01.2013
The project has resulted in the creation of seven modern laboratories at the Faculty of Biochemistry, Biophysics and Biotechnology of the Jagiellonian University
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Jagiellonian Digital Library becomes the leader of digital libraries in Poland

28.12.2012
The Jagiellonian Digital Library (JDL), established by the Jagiellonian Library, has become the largest digital library in Poland. Within only two years JDL has given access to 183 169 publications, the number of which is still increasing thanks to the support from the European Union
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Atomin – summary of the project

18.12.2012
The project received 85% of funds from the European Union and 15% from the state budget, which gave a total of 90273034 PLN. It enabled the purchase of over 150 laboratory instruments and the construction of 24 laboratories
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Agreement to design and construct the most important parts of the Polish synchrotron

17.12.2012
On 17 December at 2pm at a ceremony in Sala Senacka in Collegium Novum the Jagiellonian University signed an agreement with Danfysik to design and construct the most important parts of the Polish synchrotron, i.e. 12 magnets constituting the heart of the whole research facility
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Prof. Andrzej Nowak received Jerzy Giedroyc Award

13.12.2012
The award was established in 2001 by Rzeczpospolita daily, and has been granted to those who act in the name of the Polish national interest
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Students of history visited Vienna seat of the Teutonic Order

06.12.2012
The Polish delegation participated in a meeting with the Grand Master of the Teutonic Order, Dr Bruno Platter. The tour of the Vienna seat of the Teutonic Order included the Treasury and the Archives
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