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Neutrinos reveal the last mystery of Sun energy generation

02.07.2020
Scientists from the Jagiellonian University Institute of Physics working on the BOREXINO experiment, realised in an underground laboratory in San Grasso (Italy) together with European and US researchers, have finally found the missing link in the chain of hydrogen burning in the Sun, for the first time in history measuring a weak carbon, nitrogen and oxygen (CNO) neutrino stream emitted from the star’s core.
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Jagiellonian University tops Polish law faculties ranking

26.06.2020
For the seventh consecutive year, the Faculty of Law and Administration took first place in the ranking of law faculties at public higher education institutions in Poland by the Rzeczpospolita daily. The oldest Polish university extended its advantage over its main rivals: the University of Warsaw and the Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, which ranked second and third, respectively.
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JU Law students score another international success

26.06.2020
Students from the JU Faculty of Law and Administration secured a place among the top seven teams of young lawyers participating in the Nuremberg Moot Court. This year’s competition featured 65 student teams from 40 countries.
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JU researchers publish two articles in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology

25.06.2020
Two articles by scientists from the Faculty of Biochemistry, Biophysics and Biotechnology of the Jagiellonian University have been published in the Journal of Investigative Dermatology monthly – a leading international periodical in the field of dermatology.
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JU scientists endorse call for a European philanthropic foundation

24.06.2020
On 24 June an open letter signed by 75 European scientists was published on the Nature journal website. The researchers call for the establishment of a European humanitarian foundation for the prevention of environmental and health crises. According to the signatories, the COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the limited coordination among European countries when they need to act quickly and forcefully in terms of humanitarian, medical or research assistance.
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JU to receive new funds for COVID-19-related research

22.06.2020
The Foundation for Polish Science has announced the results of the evaluation of grant applications for research related to COVID-19 pandemic submitted by the beneficiaries of the ongoing projects funded within the framework of the Smart Growth Operational Programme Measure 4.4. The Jagiellonian Centre for Experimetal Therapeutics (JCET) and the JU Małopolska Centre of Biotechnology will receive additional funds worth over 3 million zlotys.
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University cooperation networks still active despite COVID-19 pandemic

14.06.2020
On 10-12 June, a series of on-line meetings were held by the Coimbra Group, a cooperation network bringing together 40 European higher education institutions, including the Jagiellonian University. Since June 2019, the position of the Honorary President of the network was given to JU Rector Prof. Wojciech Nowak.
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