JU science communication
Lesbos, Lampedusa, Munich, Budapest, Calais. This is not a list of fancy travel destinations. They are red dots on the map of a great crisis caused by war and poverty. In an interview, Prof. Halina Grzymała-Moszczyńska from the JU Institute of Religious Studies talked about the possible consequences and developments in this situation.więcej o Migrants – a researcher's perspective
Z naukowcami o nauce (Researchers on research) is the tentative title of an upcoming science communication project: a publication composed of a series of nearly 40 interviews with Jagiellonian University scholars. We present to you a preview of one of those interviews, in which Dr Piotr Żabicki talks to Prof. Ryszard Laskowski from the Institute of Environmental Sciences (Faculty of Biology and Earth Sciences). Prof. Laskowski conducts research on the impact of industrial pollution and pesticides on microorganisms responsible for basic biogeochemical processes and animal populations (particularly invertebrates).więcej o Science, coffee, travel. Introducing a new science communication project
Paweł Jedynak from the JU Department of Plant Physiology and Biochemistry talks about how plants deal with extreme heat and excess of water.więcej o 1Question: How do plants cope with weather extremes?
It is difficult to find out why Jánošík became so famous. It seems that the question is of an ethnological rather than a historical nature, as historical sources do not point to any facts that would make him stand out from numerous leaders of robber bands who roamed Carpathian mountains throughout centuries.więcej o History and legend - the truth about the most famous Carpathian robber
Why is it that we sometimes notice there is a cat sitting on a windowsill, while other times we fail to see it, even though it was there? The research of JU psychologists explains how the unconscious becomes conscious.więcej o Looking without seeing: the shades of consciousness
The results of a recent investigation of the Institut für Deutsche Ostarbeit revealed some previously unknown facts about the Nazi racial segregation in the area of Podhale. The research team is composed of scholars from the JU Institute of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology, led by Dr Małgorzata Maj and Dr Stanisława Trebunia-Staszel.więcej o "They measured us. They asked about our diseases. They examined everything"
What can we learn by studying radiation (including light) coming to Earth from space? Prof. Marek Urbanik from the JU Astronomical Observatory, a specialist in the area of galactic magnetism, sheds light on his research.więcej o 1Question: How to measure planets and stars?