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How plants deal with stress

09.12.2019
Throughout their existence, human beings have been accompanied by stress, and hence they have developed various methods to reduce it. Plants are also subject to stress, caused by adverse environmental factors (such as water or light deficiency), but unlike most animals they cannot hide or run away from danger. Dr Paweł Jedynak from the JU Department of Plant Physiology and Biochemistry discusses how to recognise and interpret the symptoms of stress in plants and what are the mechanisms that allow them to live through stressful situations.
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Prof. Stanisław Kistryn participates in Brussels talks

05.12.2019
The JU Vice-Rector for Research and Structural Funds Prof. Stanisław Kistryn paid a visit to Brussels, where he met with the European Commissioner for Education and Youth Marija Gabriel and took part in the debate “Towards a new vision for Europe's higher education sector.”
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Ambassador of France visits the Jagiellonian University

04.12.2019
On 4 December, the Jagiellonian University was visited by the Ambassador of France to Poland Frédéric Billet with his wife and the Consul-General of France in Kraków Frédéric de Touchet. They met with JU Rector Prof. Wojciech Nowak in Collegium Novum.
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100 years of the University of Ljubljana

03.12.2019
On 3 December 2019, JU Vice-Rector for Research and Structural Funds Prof. Stanisław Kistryn visited the University of Ljubljana, where he participated in the celebrations marking the 100th anniversary of its foundation.
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JU team advances to the final stage of a programming competition

03.12.2019
A team of students from the JU Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science has won a gold medal and took 4th place during the ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest 2019, held on the last weekend of November in Prague. Due to the team's outstanding performance, three students representing the oldest Polish university – Krzysztof Pióro, Bartosz Podkanowicz, and Krzysztof Potępa – will participate in the world championship in Moscow.
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European HIV/AIDS Archive launched

02.12.2019
The European HIV/AIDS Archive (EHAA) is an online collection of stories and materials related to the past, present and imagined futures of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Europe. Comprising oral history interviews from such countries as Germany, Greece, Poland, Portugal, Russia and the UK, the archive makes it possible to delve into the complex history of the European HIV epidemic. The online EHAA has recently been launched, marking the end of the international research project Disentangling European HIV/AIDS Policies: Activism, Citizenship and Health (EUROPACH). By the end of the year the archive will contain more than 100 interviews with more to come.
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JU physicist among prestigious US grant recipients

27.11.2019
The international consortium Quantum Information Structure of Spacetime has won a prestigious grant, worth over 2 million dollars, from the John Templeton Foundation (USA). Dr Jakub Mielczarek from the Jagiellonian University Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science will be one of the main researchers responsible for running the project and the only Polish member of the research team.
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