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Scientists from Kraków and Aachen to make new developments in proton therapy

Scientists from Kraków and Aachen to make new developments in proton therapy

10.12.2020
Dr Aleksandra Wrońska from the JU Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science will receive funding within the framework of the Bilateral exchange of researchers between Poland and Germany programme financed by the National Agency for Academic Exchange (NAWA). Her project, entitled SiFi-CC: A novel type of Compton camera for online monitoring of proton therapy, will be realised in collaboration with RWTH Aachen University.
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JU researcher wins a prestigious ERC grant

JU researcher wins a prestigious ERC grant

09.12.2020
Dr Sebastian Glatt from the Małopolska Centre of Biotechnology (MCB) of the Jagiellonian University has received the ERC Consolidator Grant worth almost 2 million euro. His research will contribute to the better understanding of molecular mechanisms behind the fundamental processes of high clinical relevance, which shape and control the functioning of cellular protein in all living organisms.
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Almost 200,000 euro for a project coordinated by JU researcher

Almost 200,000 euro for a project coordinated by JU researcher

09.12.2020
In the 5th edition of the contest organised as part of the ERA-CVD Cardiovascular initiative, an international panel of experts has recommended funding a project featuring a researcher from the Jagiellonian University Medical College.
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Distinguished professor from China to conduct research at the Jagiellonian University

Distinguished professor from China to conduct research at the Jagiellonian University

03.12.2020
The Polish National Agency for Academic Exchange (NAWA) has announced the results of the first edition of the NAWA Chair programme. As part of the programme, the Jagiellonian University will be visited by Prof. Emilian Kavalski from China, who is going to run the project “Promoting Order in the Period of Turbulence”, together with Dr hab. Marcin Grabowski from the JU Faculty of International and Political Studies. The research will be carried out at the JU Centre for International Studies and Development (CISD) with the support from the FOB Future Society.
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Why do large stars shine? We know the answer

Why do large stars shine? We know the answer

03.12.2020
The international team of about 100 researchers, including scholars from the JU Institute of Physics that conduct the BOREXINO experiment in the underground laboratory in Gran Sasso (Italy), have announced that they have finally determined why large stars are shining. Their discovery was published in the latest issue of Nature.
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The European Union will provide funds for JU research

The European Union will provide funds for JU research

02.12.2020
The Jagiellonian University will receive over 107 million zlotys (~24 million euro) within the framework of the Intelligent Development Operational Programme 2014–2020. The funds will be assigned for the development of the ATOMIN 2.0 project as well as for the creation of the Centre for the Development of Treatment of Civilisation and Age Related Diseases (CDT-CARD).
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JU researchers discover the secrets of trade in ancient Greece

JU researchers discover the secrets of trade in ancient Greece

01.12.2020
It is commonly thought that free market and the laws of supply and demand are concepts that could only have emerged in a modern economic system. But is that assumption true? According to the latest research paper co-authored by JU researchers published by The Economic Journal, the exchange of goods in the pre-Roman period might have been more intensive than previously thought.
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