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JU students successful in IMC 2020

06.08.2020
On 25–30 July, the 27th edition of the International Mathematics Competition for University Students (IMC) was hosted at the University College London. Although due to the SARS-CoV-2 outbreak this year’s contest was held online, it attracted a record number of 546 participants form over 130 countries. Among them there were seven students from the Jagiellonian University Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science.
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JU astronomers discover the most widespread, regular magnetic field in the Universe

05.08.2020
Three researchers from the Jagiellonian University Astronomical Observatory - Dr Błażej Nikiel-Wroczyński, Dr hab. Marian Soida, Prof. UJ and Prof. Marek Urbanik - along with their colleagues from the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation in Australia have just discovered what appears to be the largest regular magnetic field in the Universe. Information on their research was published in the latest issue of The Astrophysical Journal.
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CERN Courier covers JU physicists’ research

04.08.2020
The existence of dark matter is one of the greatest mysteries faced by modern science. Although there are many premises which suggest the existence of dark matter particles, like the anomalies in movement of galaxy clusters, gravitational microlensing in apparently empty space, and analyses of cosmic microwave background, scientists have yet to perform a direct observation of these particles.
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Space weather and its effects on Earth

04.08.2020
Space weather on Earth is chiefly influenced by magnetic storms and emissions of energy particles, in both cases caused by enhanced fluxes of protons and ions. these accelerated plasmas are called solar energetic particles (SEPs). They can be caused by two phenomena: impulsive SEP events caused by magnetic reconnection manifested as solar flares and gradual SEP events accelerated by strong shocks associated with coronal mass ejections (CMEs).
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JU synchrotron expands its experimental hall

04.08.2020
The Ministry of Science and Higher Education has awarded the SOLARIS National Synchrotron Radiation Centre with a grant for the expansion of the experimental hall. This long-awaited decision opens up new perspectives for the development of the Centre.
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JU authorities announce their decisions regarding the upcoming academic year

04.08.2020
Two months before the beginning of the 2020/2021 academic year, Jagiellonian University authorities have announced their plans for teaching activities in the winter semester. Each Faculty will be able to independently decide on the specifics of organising classes for students. As for PhD candidates, all courses will be conducted on-line, with a few special exceptions.
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Unique date palm once again available for viewing in Kraków

04.08.2020
Part of the modernised Victoria greenhouse complex located in the Jagiellonian University Botanical Garden will once again be open for visitors. The structure, which houses a unique 150-year-old date palm that has been declared a natural monument, was to be officially opened in spring after the completion of renovations; however, the SARS-CoV-2 outbreak forced a change of plans.
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