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When a virus strikes a bacterium

When a virus strikes a bacterium

02.03.2021
Bacteriophages – or simply phages – are viruses that infect bacteria. They achieve their goals using diverse strategies, from skilful hiding in bacteria as “parasites”, which increases their evolutionary chances of survival, to killing bacteria cells. Dr Rafał Mostowy from the JU Małopolska Centre of Biotechnology is launching a research project focusing on the first stage of the infection of bacteria by phages.
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Microbes are becoming more resistant to drugs

Microbes are becoming more resistant to drugs

01.03.2021
Drug resistance is one of the most challenging aspects of modern medicine. Due to the fact that COVID-19 therapy is increasingly based on pharmacological treatment, we are running the risk of speeding up the evolution of drug resistance in microbes. These unsettling findings are the result of a new study co-authored by Dr hab. Paweł Łabaj from the Małopolska Centre of Biotechnology published recently in The Lancet Microbe.
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JU chemists published in <em>Applied Catalysis B</em>

JU chemists published in Applied Catalysis B

01.03.2021
The journal Applied Catalysis B has published an article by members of the JU Faculty of Chemistry Zeolites Chemistry Group: Dr Karolna Tarach, Kamila Pyra, Dr Bastian Reiprich and Prof. Kinga Góra-Marek. The publication was prepared in collaboration with the Leipzig University Institute of Chemical Technology.
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JU lawyers team up with the Clooney Foundation for Justice

JU lawyers team up with the Clooney Foundation for Justice

26.02.2021
JU Faculty of Law and Administration has begun collaborating with the Clooney Foundation for Justice (CFJ). They will be working together on monitoring legal actions that may carry the risk of violating human rights. The project will allow students to gain knowledge and experience in an international environment. Its JU coordinators are Dr Daniel Książek and Dr Wojciech Górowski.
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JU to strengthen ties with Ukrainian universities

JU to strengthen ties with Ukrainian universities

25.02.2021
On 25 February 2021 the Jagiellonian University Vice-Rector for International Relations Prof. Dorota Malec took part in an online meeting with the Consul General of Ukraine to Kraków Vyacheslav Voynarovskyi and a Ukrainan delegation from Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast: the First Deputy Chair of the Ivano-Frankivsk Regional Council Vasyl Gladiy and the Rector of the Vasyl Stefanyk Precarpathian National University in Ivano-Frankivsk Prof. Igor Tsependa.
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Una Europa kicks off Una.Resin

Una Europa kicks off Una.Resin

25.02.2021
On 23-24 February 2021, the Una Europa community met to kick off the 3-year project Una.Resin, instigating and growing pilot initiatives to build a common Una Europa eco-system of RESearch and INnovation. Lead by the University of Edinburgh, the project was selected for €2 million of funding under the EU's Horizon 2020 Programme. The project mutually enhances Una Europa’s Erasmus+ pilot project, 1Europe, which is similarly taking steps to build a university eco-system by testing Joint Innovative formats for education and mobility.
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'Super-molecules' to combat leukaemia

'Super-molecules' to combat leukaemia

25.02.2021
The acute lymphoblastic leukaemia, that is, a cancer of the circulatory system is the most common type of leukaemia in children. The illness progresses rapidly and, if left untreated, the patient dies after several months. Some methods of treatment against this type of leukaemia have been known and used for more than 50 years, yet their side effects often lead to serious health problems. Researchers from the Jagiellonian University Faculty of Chemistry led by Dr Joanna Loch are launching a project to search for new ways of treatment for this type of cancer.
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