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Ambassador of Sri Lanka visits the Jagiellonian University

Ambassador of Sri Lanka visits the Jagiellonian University

28.03.2024
On 26 March, the Jagiellonian University was visited by the Ambassador of the Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka in Poland, Sriyanee Dhammika Kumari Semasinghe. She was received in Collegium Novum by the JU Rector Prof. Jacek Popiel and JU Vice-Rector for International Relations Prof. Dorota Malec.
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In uncertain times, female birds are more likely to cheat on their partners
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In uncertain times, female birds are more likely to cheat on their partners

22.03.2024
Are birds faithful to their sexual partners? This question has long fascinated researchers and nature lovers. New light on that complex issue may be shed by research conducted by Dr hab. Aneta Arct from the JU Institute of Environmental Sciences, who studied the relationship between environmental conditions and frequency of extra-pair copulation among birds within the framework of a project funded by the National Science Centre.
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Scientists continue to increase their knowledge of virus biology

Scientists continue to increase their knowledge of virus biology

19.03.2024
The journal Nucleic Acids Research, issued since 1974 by the Oxford University Press, has published a paper devoted to the nsp14, nsp10, and nsp16 methylation complex in SARS-CoV-2. The publication is a result of a study carried out by researchers from the JU Małopolska Centre of Biotechnology under the supervision of Prof. Krzysztof Pyrć and Dr Anna Czarna in close collaboration with the Helmholtz Institute in Munich.
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Project co-authored by JU MC student awarded in the Direction: Space competition

Project co-authored by JU MC student awarded in the Direction: Space competition

19.03.2024
The competition Direction: Space, addressed to students and doctoral students, involved designing a research project that could be carried out at the International Space Station. The prize – funding for the development of the project, mentor assistance as well as a study trip to CERN and European Space Agency headquarters – was given to three teams, one of which counts JU Medical College student Michał Piotrowski amongst its members.
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Ambassador of Iceland visits the Jagiellonian University

Ambassador of Iceland visits the Jagiellonian University

15.03.2024
On 14 March 2024 the Jagiellonian University was visited by members of the Icelandic diplomatic corps, including Hannes Heimisson, Ambassador of Iceland to Poland, Ukraine, Bulgaria and Romania, based in Warsaw and the Consul General to Kraków Janusz Kahl. The delegation was received in Collegium Novum by the JU Vice-Rector for International Relations Prof. Dorota Malec and the Dean of the JU Faculty of Philology Prof. Władysław Witalisz.
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Between neurodiversity and therapy

Between neurodiversity and therapy

14.03.2024
In a paper published in the latest issue of the journal Advances in Psychiatry and Neurology, Prof. Przemysław Bąbel from the Jagiellonian University Institute of Psychology and Prof. Paweł Ostaszewski from the SWPS University of Social Sciences and Humanities Institute of Psychology argue that the approach to people on the autism spectrum should strike a balance between considering this disorder a manifestation of developmental differences in people and the validity of reasons for subjecting them to therapy.
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Coimbra Group 3-Minute Thesis winners announced at JU

Coimbra Group 3-Minute Thesis winners announced at JU

08.03.2024
On 7 March 2024 the finals of the Coimbra 3-Minute Thesis JU were held at the Jagiellonian University. As part of the competition, PhD students of Coimbra Group member institutions talk about their doctoral research projects during a 3-minute-long presentation in English. The winner, Justyna Srebro, will represent the Jagiellonian University at the 3MT final in Turku, Finland.
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