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New imaging technique will help to diagnose cancer

New imaging technique will help to diagnose cancer

08.09.2020
Research conducted by a group of scientists including Dr Tomasz Wróbel from the National Synchrotron Radiation Centre SOLARIS (Jagiellonian University) contributed to the improvement of imaging methods by creating a new technique, known as the confocal quantitative phase imaging. The studies leading to the development of this method have been described in the article published in Optica journal.
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Students of ISAD awarded by the Kosciuszko Institute

Students of ISAD awarded by the Kosciuszko Institute

08.09.2020
Two students of the International Security and Development programme at the JU Faculty of International and Political Studies, Esther Staes and Christopher Wijono, have been awarded in a competition hosted by the CYBERSEC 2020 Young Leaders Initiative.
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Contract for supply and installation of superconducting wiggler

Contract for supply and installation of superconducting wiggler

07.09.2020
The SOLARIS National Synchrotron Centre has signed the contract for the supply of a superconducting wiggler, which will be the source of synchrotron radiation for the SOLCRYS beamline. The supplier of the device will be the Budker Institute of Nuclear Physics (Russia).
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Jagiellonian University moves up in THE World University Rankings

Jagiellonian University moves up in THE World University Rankings

04.09.2020
In this year’s Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings, the Jagiellonian University advanced from the top 800 to the top 600, achieving the highest score among 19 Polish higher education institutions classified in the ranking. The league table includes more than 1,500 universities across 93 countries and regions and is considered one of 3 most popular and prestigious world University rankings along with the Academic Ranking of World Universities and the QS World University Rankings.
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Jagiellonian University holds an online conference for several hundred researchers

Jagiellonian University holds an online conference for several hundred researchers

04.09.2020
On August 23-27, 2020 the first online conference of the International Society for Clinical Biostatics (ISCB41), organised by the Jagiellonian University, took place. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the event, initially planned as a large meeting in Kraków, had to change its character. The conference featured over 700 researchers and experts in the field of public health, epidemiology and other biomedical disciplines from over 50 countries.
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Prof. Jacek Popiel becomes new Rector of the Jagiellonian University

Prof. Jacek Popiel becomes new Rector of the Jagiellonian University

01.09.2020
On 1 September 2020 Professor Jacek Popiel, until recently the JU Vice-Rector for Human Resources and Finance Management, assumed office of the Rector of the Jagiellonian University. He took over the position from Prof. Wojciech Nowak, who led the oldest Polish University from 2012 to 2020. JU Vice-Rectors and Deans for the term 2020-2024 also took office during the ceremony at JU Collegium Maius.
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Researchers from Kraków and Gdańsk working on COVID-19 vaccine

Researchers from Kraków and Gdańsk working on COVID-19 vaccine

28.08.2020
Scientists from the Jagiellonian University, University of Gdańsk and Medical University of Gdańsk have joined forces to develop a safe and effective vaccine against COVID-19. Its protective effect is supposed to result from the stimulation of T cells of the vaccinated person to destroy cells infected by the virus. The research is funded by the Foundation for Polish Science within the framework of the EU Smart Growth Operational Programme.
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