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Una Europa: Resilience through internationalisation

10.06.2020
'Societies will only recover from the COVID-19 crisis through international collaboration', reads the document signed by the authorities of eight European higher education institutions, members of the Una Europa university alliance. The statement emphasises the role of universities in rebuilding the world after the COVID-19 pandemic, in particular stressing the role of international cooperation. Strong ties and relationships will help us develop immunity and strengthen us for future crises.
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Jagiellonian University among MSCA ITN grant winners

08.06.2020
The Jagiellonian University has won a grant within the framework of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions Innovative Training Networks (MSCA ITN) to carry out the project 'Legality Attentive Data Scientists' in collaboration with institutions from Italy, Luxemburg, France, Belgium and Greece.
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Scientists call for protection of biomedicine from false claims

03.06.2020
In a first-time report, the European Academies of Science (EASAC) and Medicine (FEAM) call upon European lawmakers to protect biomedical science from false claims. Experts from all over Europe caution that enthusiasm on the potential of regenerative medicine applications has led to a gap between the expectations and realities of translating regenerative medicine technologies into clinical practice. According to them, some regulators have become increasingly permissive in an era of stark competition on the global medicine and healthcare market.
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JU virologist: coronaviruses change rather slowly

03.06.2020
“As compared to influenza viruses, the pace of changes in SARS-CoV-2 genetic code is relatively slow. Yet, when drugs against this virus are developed, they will have to be used with caution, as new variants resistant to the drug can emerge” – says Prof. Krzysztof Pyrć, virologist from the Małopolska Centre of Biotechnology at the Jagiellonian University (MCB JU).
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JU Botanical Garden reopens to visitors

02.06.2020
From Tuesday, May 26, the outdoor part of the Botanical Garden of the Jagiellonian University is once again open to visitors.
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New vice-rectors elected at the Jagiellonian University

26.05.2020
Following the rectorial election on 12 May 2020, which saw Prof. Jacek Popiel chosen as the Jagiellonian University's 306th rector, six members of the JU academic faculty were elected for the position of JU vice-rectors. Prof. Armen Edigarian, Prof. Tomasz Grodzicki and Prof. Dorota Malec were re-elected for a second term, while Prof. Jarosław Górniak, Prof. Piotr Jedynak and Prof. Piotr Kuśtrowski will assume their office for the first time.
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JU research will speed up aesophageal cancer diagostics

25.05.2020
Scientists from the SOLARIS National Synchrotron Radiation Centre at the Jagiellonian University, University of Exeter (UK), Beckman Institute (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign - USA), and the Institute of Nuclear Physics of the Polish Academy of Sciences (Kraków, Poland) carried out a research project that will facilitate rapid and automated diagnosis of aesophageal cancer.
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