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Locust swarms in Africa. Part II: consequences

25.03.2020
While the world is struggling with the coronavirus pandemic, few people in Europe realise that for more than a year East African countries have been struggling with another major disaster: a locust plague. The situation is unprecedented and very dangerous in the context of the political, social, and economic situation in the region. The challenges posed by the plague and its possible consequences are discussed by Dr Joanna Mormul from the Jagiellonian Centre for African Studies, JU.
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JU team wins an international mediation tournament

20.03.2020
In early March 2020, the Jagiellonian University Mediation Team, consisting of Marta Nawrocka, Elżbieta Schulz, Antoni Otałęga, and Michał Żyłka, won this year’s INADR International Law School Mediation Tournament – the oldest such tournament in the world. In Chicago the students of the Jagiellonian University Faculty of Law and Administration outperformed 58 teams from all over the world.
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JU researchers isolate the coronavirus from the Polish patient zero

19.03.2020
Researchers from the Jagiellonian University Małopolska Centre of Biotechnology have managed to isolate and analyse the SARS-CoV-19 virus from the sample obtained from the first infected person in Poland.
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Medicine students volunteer to help the University Hospital

17.03.2020
A large number of students from all three faculties of the Jagiellonian University Medical College have declared their readiness to help the University Hospital and the University Children’s Hospital as volunteers. The list already includes over 300 people and their number is still growing.
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Locust swarms in Africa. Part I: Causes

17.03.2020
World media is abuzz with incoming news of the severe plague of locusts that has befallen Africa. The massive increase in numbers began in Somalia and Ethiopia, with swarms of about 150 million insects moving to Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania. We asked JU Institute of Zoology and Biomedical Research entomologist Prof. Stanisław Knutelski to tell us more about the phenomenon’s root causes.
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JU scientist co-authors an article in Nature Physics

13.03.2020
Prof. Andrzej M. Oleś from the JU Institute of Theoretical Physics participated in an international research project on the Verwey transition in magnetite (Fe3O4). The studies highlight the strength of ultrafast pump-probe experiments and first-principles calculations in uncovering the critical character of collective modes associated with charge-orbital-lattice order.
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JU researchers moot a mixed origin of life

12.03.2020
How did life begin? Researchers at the Małopolska Centre of Biotechnology (MCB) of the Jagiellonian University have recently outlined how this may have occurred in a paper published in Trends in Ecology and Evolution.
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