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Virtual Workshop InSPIREurope

Virtual Workshop InSPIREurope

23.09.2021
InspirEurope consortium and the JU Ombudsperson Office are organising an online seminar, which will be held on 7-8 October 2021. This year’s edition of the meeting will provide an opportunity to discuss the current state of academic freedom and possible support systems for scholars at risk.
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JU MCB researchers develop a protein nanocapsule capable of delivering drugs to cells

JU MCB researchers develop a protein nanocapsule capable of delivering drugs to cells

23.09.2021
In a breakthrough piece of research, scientists from the Jagiellonian University Małopolska Centre of Biotechnology have developed a tiny, hollow protein sphere, termed a “nanocage”, placed another protein inside it, and delivered both to cells. This achievement is considered an important step towards the development of controllable nanoscale drug delivery systems.
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Dr Katarzyna Gajos receives Frans Habraken Best Paper Award 2021

Dr Katarzyna Gajos receives Frans Habraken Best Paper Award 2021

21.09.2021
Editors of the journal Applied Surface Science have bestowed the Frans Habraken Best Paper Award 2021 on Dr Katarzyna Gajos from the JU Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science for her paper entitled "Surface density dependent orientation and immunological recognition of antibody on silicon: TOF-SIMS and surface analysis of two covalent immobilization methods".
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JU physicists develop new solutions for tomography

JU physicists develop new solutions for tomography

21.09.2021
JU researchers working under the supervision of Prof. Paweł Moskal and Prof. Ewa Stępień in collaboration with scientists from the National Centre for Nuclear Research have published the results for their study project on image reconstruction algorithms for a unique PET scanner assembled at the JU Faculty of Physics, Astronomy and Applied Computer Science. It is the next step towards introducing a new type of PET scanners to hospitals.
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New fish feed production method developed at the JU

New fish feed production method developed at the JU

20.09.2021
A team of researchers from the Institute of Environmental Sciences at the Jagiellonian University Faculty of Biology has developed a method of the Lecane rotifer culture, which can be used a an alternative way of producing feed for juvenile fish. Those fed with the novel high quality food were characterised by a considerably higher survival rate and viability.
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Loosening up salty protein cages for new nano drug delivery systems

Loosening up salty protein cages for new nano drug delivery systems

20.09.2021
Researchers have found a way to regulate how easy it is to open and close a tiny protein cage, bringing the promise of controllable nanoscale drug delivery systems a step closer.
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<em>Science Advances</em> cover dedicated to JU research

Science Advances cover dedicated to JU research

15.09.2021
The research carried out as a joint effort at the National Synchrotron Radiation Centre SOLARIS, Małopolska Centre of Biotechnology and the British National Electron Bioimaging Center eBIC (Diamond Light Source) allowed to solve the structure of the protein responsible for introducing compounds necessary for the life of bacterial cells. The exceptional importance of the research was honoured by publishing an image by Alina Kurokhtina on the cover of Science Advances.
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