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JU Institute of Physics produces the world’s first three-photon PET scan

JU Institute of Physics produces the world’s first three-photon PET scan

20.10.2021
A team led by Prof. Paweł Moskal has produced the image using the J-PET scanner developed at the JU Faculty of Physics. It differs significantly from the currently used PET scanners, which only produce images based on two photons. This innovative method paves the way for new techniques of cancer diagnostics as well as possibilities of testing the symmetry between matter and antimatter.
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Jagiellonian University welcomes another SAR researcher

Jagiellonian University welcomes another SAR researcher

20.10.2021
Acting within the framework of the international programme Scholars at Risk and in collaboration with the Institute of Culture Villa Decius, the Jagiellonian University provided safe working conditions for another refugee researcher, Prof. Folya Atacan from Yildiz Technical University. Similarly to the former SAR scholarship recipient, historian Candan Badem, the Turkish researcher specialising in political science and sociology was persecuted by the government, lost her job and faced the threat of imprisonment.
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Young mathematicians succeed in a prestigious competition

Young mathematicians succeed in a prestigious competition

19.10.2021
Romanian Master of Mathematics is a competition featuring representatives of countries participating in the International Mathematical Olympiad, which is reflected in a very high difficulty level – it is considered the most demanding mathematical contest for school students in the world. This year’s competition, held on 11-16 October, was, exceptionally, open to first year university students who have just left high school.
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Prof. Reiner Schmidt awarded with JU honorary doctorate

Prof. Reiner Schmidt awarded with JU honorary doctorate

15.10.2021
On 15 October 2021, doctorate honoris causa of the Jagiellonian University was conferred upon Prof. Reiner Schmidt, eminent German expert on public law, economic law and environmental law, former JU visiting professor, co-initiator and organiser of academic collaboration between law faculties of the Jagiellonian University and the University of Augsburg.
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JU researchers published in <em>Progress in polymer science</em>

JU researchers published in Progress in polymer science

14.10.2021
The journal Progress in polymer science has published a paper by two researchers from the Jagiellonian University Faculty of Chemistry: Dr Karol Wolski and Prof. Szczepan Zapotoczny. The publication was written in collaboration with Dr Michał Szuwarzyński from the AGH University of Science and Technology and Dr Tomasz Kruk from the Polish Academy of Sciences.
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Małopolska Centre of Biotechnology researcher awarded in the GRIEG contest

Małopolska Centre of Biotechnology researcher awarded in the GRIEG contest

14.10.2021
Thanks to the funding provided within the framework of the Polish-Norwegian GRIEG call by the National Science Centre, Dr Tomasz Kantyka from the Jagiellonian University Małopolska Centre of Biotechnology has received 6.1 million zlotys (~1.3 million euro) for his project Novel mechanisms of PAD activity regulation. Substrate specificity and activation of peptidyl arginine deiminase in the context of rheumatoid arthritis.
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JU archaeologist to lead the Polish research station in Cyprus

JU archaeologist to lead the Polish research station in Cyprus

14.10.2021
The Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology of the University of Warsaw will establish a Polish research station in Cyprus. The station will be led by Prof. Ewdoksia Papuci-Władyka, who also works at the Jagiellonian University Institute of Archaeology and who for two years has been the chief researcher of the Polish Nea Paphos archaeological expedition. The station will begin its activity next year.
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