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JU researchers analysed the value choices in European COVID-19 vaccination schedules

JU researchers analysed the value choices in European COVID-19 vaccination schedules

26.10.2022
A research team from the JU Interdisciplinary Centre for Ethics has analysed vaccination schedules published by 29 states, including members of the European Union, Great Britain and Israel, with respect to the order in which they provided vaccination for different groups of citizens. The results of their research were published in the latest issue of the Journal of Law and Biosciences.
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JU honorary doctorate awarded to Prof. Anders Bergenfelz

JU honorary doctorate awarded to Prof. Anders Bergenfelz

25.10.2022
On 24 October 2022, doctorate honoris causa of the Jagiellonian University was conferred upon Prof. Anders Bergenfelz, eminent expert in the field of endocrine surgery. The title was awarded for his lifetime achievements, and especially for his outstanding contribution to the development of modern endocrine surgery in Europe, Poland, and Kraków as well as long-time fruitful collaboration with the Jagiellonian University Medical College and other surgical centres in Poland.
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Polish-Norwegian educational cooperation on sustainable/ecological energy storage technologies

Polish-Norwegian educational cooperation on sustainable/ecological energy storage technologies

24.10.2022
On 17th October 2022, a Polish-Norwegian meeting on cooperation in education for sustainable battery technology was held at the Faculty of Chemistry of the Jagiellonian University. The meeting was an opportunity to present the scientific and research potential of both institutions and to discuss the possibility of educational collaborationbetween the JU Faculty of Chemistry and the UIS Faculty of Science and Technology.
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JU hosts The Guild General Assembly

JU hosts The Guild General Assembly

21.10.2022
On 20-21 October 2022 the General Assembly of The Guild of European Research-Intensive Universities was held at the Jagiellonian University. The meeting of the academic network was attended by rectors and vice-rectors of its member institutions.
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Researchers to identify the most effective ways to protect valuable mountain grasslands

Researchers to identify the most effective ways to protect valuable mountain grasslands

20.10.2022
Grasslands in two largest European mountain ranges – the Alps and Carpathians - are rapidly shrinking and their biodiversity is decreasing because of either the decline in agricultural use or overexploitation. Within the framework of the BiodivProtect grant, researchers will indicate the most ecologically valuable mountain areas and suggest the optimal conservation methods that could be introduced there.
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The 4th Congress of International Researchers of Polish History begins in Kraków

The 4th Congress of International Researchers of Polish History begins in Kraków

20.10.2022
‘Meetings of cultures’ is the theme of the fourth edition of the Congress of International Researchers of Polish History, held in Kraków between 19 and 22 October 2022. During the opening ceremony in JU Auditorium Maximum, the organisers also announced the recipient of this year’s Pro Historia Polonorum award for the best book on Polish history published in the last 5 years.
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Over 1200 researchers to attend the JU religious studies congress

Over 1200 researchers to attend the JU religious studies congress

18.10.2022
On Thursday, October 13 an agreement was signed between the JU Faculty of Philosophy and the International Association for the History of Religions – IAHR, with the aim of organising the largest and most significant religious studies meeting in Kraków. Over 1,200 researchers from all over the world are expected to come the JU Auditorium Maximum in August 2025.
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