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JU Botanical Garden in full bloom

21.04.2020
Due to the SARS-CoV-2 epidemic, the Botanical Garden of the Jagiellonian University has not yet been opened for the new season and it is not yet clear when it will happen. Hence, we are presenting the photo gallery of selected plants from the garden blooming in April. This spring, because of a mild winter, many species flowered a little earlier than usual.
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JU Medial College researcher wins POLNOR programme grant

20.04.2020
The National Centre for Research and Development announced the results of expert evaluation of applications submitted in the POLNOR 2019 Call within the framework of the Applied Research programme implemented under the Norwegian Financial Mechanism 2014-2021. The grant winning projects include one by Prof. Mariusz Korkosza, Head of the Department of Rheumatology and Balneotherapy at the Faculty of Medicine of the JU Medical College.
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COVID-19 patients successfully treated at the University Hospital

16.04.2020
As stated by the University Hospital in Kraków press office, nine people have recently been diagnosed as having recovered from SARS-CoV-2 infection. They show no signs of disease, and testing has confirmed the absence of the virus in their organisms. Currently, there are 159 infected patients being treated at the Hospital.
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5th call for proposals concluded at SOLARIS Synchrotron

14.04.2020
On 8 April 2020, the fifth SOLARIS synchrotron call for proposals was closed. The call was extended by one week due to the state of epidemic emergency which was introduced in Poland. Scientists from Poland and abroad could apply for beam time at PEEM, XAS and UARPES end stations, as well as for research time at the cryo-electron microscope.
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Paper by JU chemists published in Science Advances

09.04.2020
Liquid dispersions of zeolite monolayers with high catalytic activity prepared by soft-chemical exfoliation is the title of the latest publication by JU researchers in Science Advances. The pioneering study described in the project was initiated by scientists from two JU Faculty of Chemistry units: Solid Catalysis and Surface Science as well as Polymer and Biomaterials Nanotechnology.
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Archaeologists from Kraków and Warsaw join forces to explore ancient Nea Paphos

08.04.2020
The Polish excavations in Nea Paphos – an archaeological site inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List – initiated by the eminent authority on Mediterranean archaeology Kazimierz Michałowski - have been carried out for more than 50 years. So far, the research teams from the Jagiellonian University and the University of Warsaw have worked separately. This is going to change soon as the universities have established a consortium, providing the framework for joint research activities. It is hoped that the project will be funded by the National Science Centre.
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SOLARIS receives funding from the EU programme Horizon 2020

03.04.2020
Horizon 2020 is the largest research and innovation funding program in the history of the European Union. The funds obtained in the Twinning call will allow the National Synchrotron Radiation Centre SOLARIS, functioning under the auspices of the Jagiellonian University, to implement the international project "Sylinda".
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