The Guild of European Research-Intensive Universities has published a statement calling on the European Commission to ensure that universities can continue to benefit from Structural Funds, and from their support for basic research, the mobility of researchers, wide-scale international cooperation and investments into research infrastructures. Member of the Guild hope that this initiative will help reduce the research and innovation divide in Europe.Read More o The Guild releases a statement on EDRF
Advances in medicine and access to better and better drugs is possible thanks to scientific research in the field of biomedicine. Substances are first tested in pre-clinical trials using tissues, computer models and laboratory animals. If the results are promising, drugs enter the clinical trial phase, during which they are tested on human volunteers. It is only upon the completion of this phase that medicine is cleared for sale at drugstores.Read More o Medicine: from the clinic to the drugstore
The National Science Centre published the third ranking list in the bilateral competition for Polish Austrian Research Grants “Mozart”, run in collaboration with the Austrian Science Fund (Fonds zur Förderung der wissenschaftlichen Forschung - FWF). The grant was awarded to Dr Krzysztof Szade from the JU Faculty of Biochemistry, Biophysics and Biotechnology (JU FBBB).Read More o JU biotechnologist awarded in Mozart competition
Every year, more than 17 million people die of cardiovascular system diseases, making them the most serious and frequent cause of death for people around the world. In Poland, more than 40% of people pass away due to cardiovascular disorders. In the light of these fact, proper risk assessment is paramount provide the necessary health care for potential patients. In the recent months, researchers from the JU MC Institute of Public Health have made significant contributions when it comes to risk assessment in Central-Eastern Europe.Read More o How to prevent heart diseases?
The year 2020 marks the fourth edition of the Intellectual Property Law Summer School organised by the Jagiellonian University Faculty of Law. Because of the pandemic, the event was held on-line, with 100 students, PhD candidates, trainees, academic staff and other legal experts from Poland, Germany, France, Italy, India, the Philippines, Nigeria, Canada, the USA and other countries coming together to discuss the issues related to intellectual property law.Read More o 2020 Kraków Intellectual Property Law Summer School comes to an end
Jagiellonian University National Synchroton Radiation Centre SOLARIS has signed a contract for the delivery of a cryo-electron microscope for industrial research. The Centre obtained EU funding for this purpose a few months ago. The GLACIOS microscope will be part of the National Cryo-Em Centre, the heart of which is the Titan Krios G3i. Funding was awarded by the National Information Processing Institute (OPI PIB) as part of the EU's Smart Growth Operational Programme.Read More o Second cryo-electron microscope for SOLARIS synchrotron
Responding to the European Commission’s Communications on the European Research and Education Areas, presidents of The Guild’s universities set out a vision for Europe’s universities over the next ten years.Read More o Strengthening Europe’s Universities at a time of global transformation