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Three projects from the Jagiellonian University to be funded via the Canaletto call

Three projects from the Jagiellonian University to be funded via the Canaletto call

31.12.2021
The aim of the call is to support the mobility of staff working together on joint projects at Polish and Italian universities. On the basis of a recommendation made by a Polish-Italian committee, the director of the Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange has allocated funding for 15 new projects to be realised in the years 2022–2023.
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COVID-19 can jump from animals to humans

COVID-19 can jump from animals to humans

27.12.2021
Latest research performed with the participation of JU scientists from the Małopolska Centre of Biotechnology, Prof. Krzysztof Pyrć and Dr Natalia Mazur-Panasiuk, suggests that COVID-19 might be transmissible from animals to humans. Analyses based on the case of a Polish mink farm employee were published in Clinical Microbiology and Infection.
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JU sociologist to receive a grant from the JPI Urban Europe network

JU sociologist to receive a grant from the JPI Urban Europe network

23.12.2021
The JPI Urban Europe network has awarded funding to 16 new research projects within the EN-UTC Urban Transformation Capacities Call 2021 covering the call topics on urban circular economies, community-based developments and urban innovation ecosystems and robust and resilient urban infrastructure and built environment. One of the awarded research groups will be led by Dr hab. Jolanta Perek-Białas, Prof. UJ from the JU Institute of Sociology.
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JU researchers among QuantERA grant winners

JU researchers among QuantERA grant winners

22.12.2021
Four research teams from the Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science of the Jagiellonian University are among the Polish winners of grants funded by the National Science Centre within the framework of the QuantERA programme for international research projects in the field of quantum technologies.
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Raman spectroscopy in endothelial dysfunction diagnostics

Raman spectroscopy in endothelial dysfunction diagnostics

21.12.2021
A team of researchers from the JU Faculty of Chemistry and the Jagiellonian Centre for Experimental Therapeutics (JCET) have recently published a paper in the Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, entitled "Toward Raman subcellular imaging of endothelial dysfunction". The research was funded from the Logic Lab ITN grant within the framework of Horizon 2020 programme.
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University Hospital in Kraków Clinic of Urology once again recognised for its excellence

University Hospital in Kraków Clinic of Urology once again recognised for its excellence

21.12.2021
Urology and Oncological Urology Clinical Department of the University Hospital in Kraków has once again become one of the only five health care centres in Poland to be accredited by the European Board of Urology (EBU), receiving the highest marks.
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JU students awarded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

JU students awarded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

21.12.2021
On 16 December 2021, the Polish Minister of Foreign Affairs Zbigniew Rau presented the prizes in the competitions for the best Master’s thesis on contemporary international relations. This year’s 33rd edition of the competition received 39 entries, of which seven were honoured with awards. Two of them went to Jagiellonian University students, Krzysztof Kowalski and Szymon Kucharski.
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