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JU researcher awarded by Solar-Driven Chemistry

21.01.2020
Prof. Wojciech Macyk from the JU Faculty of Chemistry is one of the winners of a competition organised by the Solar-Driven Chemistry network, the National Science Centre has announced. Along with his colleagues from Finland and Germany, Prof. Macyk will be working on a project called Interfacial engineering of semiconductors for highly selective light-driven chemical transformations.
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SOLARIS Synchrotron: another beamline enters the commissioning phase

20.01.2020
‘We’re currently in the process of calibrating all beamline components, including X-ray optics. We’ve already achieved the designed energy resolving power for one of the three diffraction gratings’, said Dr Magdalena Szczepanik-Ciba, project supervisor.
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JU researchers published in EMBO Reports

16.01.2020
The journal EMBO Reports has published the paper Heme oxygenase-1 deficiency triggers exhaustion of hematopoietic stem cells co-authored by researchers from the Jagiellonian University Faculty of Biochemistry, Biophysics and Biotechnology, Faculty of Medicine, and Małopolska Centre of Biotechnology.
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Young JU biologists to receive EMBO Installation Grants

15.01.2020
On 15 January 2020, the European Molecular Biology Organisation (EMBO) has announced the results of the latest edition of the Installation Grants competition, which will provide the awarded researchers with funds to establish independent laboratories in the Czech Republic, Poland, Portugal, and Turkey. Amongst the nine winners there are two young biologists from the Jagiellonian University.
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JU archaeologists uncover the secrets of Mesa Verde

10.01.2020
Archaeologists from the Jagiellonian University have found out that some of the rock drawings made by Native Americans about 800 years ago in the canyons located in the border region between the US states of Colorado and Utah were linked to astronomic observations, such as determining the dates of summer and winter solstices. The pioneering archaeological research in this field has been led by Dr Radosław Palonka from the JU Department of American Archaeology.
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JU students succeed in the International Mediation Competition

08.01.2020
The International Mediation Competition Mediate’19, co-organised by INADR – the International Academy for Dispute Resolution – was held in Białystok, Poland. The Jagiellonian University Mediation Team took top places in several categories of the tournament.
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JU researchers co-author a publication in “Nucleic Acids Research”

03.01.2020
The prestigious journal Nucleic Acids Research has published an article describing a new method for direct detection of DNA breaks, termed STRIDE (SensiTive Recognition of Individual DNA Ends), developed at the JU Department of Cell Biophysics. The paper was authored by Dr Mirosław Zarębski, Dr Kamil Solarczyk, and Prof. Jerzy Dobrucki from the JU Faculty of Biochemistry, Biophysics and Biotechnology together with scientists from the University of Massachusetts.
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