A new scientific project entitled LOFAR Radio Galaxy Zoo gives every Internet user an exciting opportunity to participate in the exploration of the universe and join up with others in order to find supermassive black holes in the centres of galaxies.więcej o LOFAR Radio Galaxy Zoo. Discover supermassive black holes
The public funds allotted to drug reimbursement have long been the subject of a heated public debate. How to assess if a decision to spend a certain sum of public money for a given medication or treatment was right? The problems of health care funding mechanisms are discussed by Dr Tomasz Bochenek from the Institute of Public Health of the JU Medical College.więcej o How to fund the health care system?
Following the annoucements from the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the World Health Organisation, and the National Sanitary Inspectorate, the Rectors' Committee of the Jagiellonian University has decided that trips to and from China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, South Korea, Iran, Japan, Thailand, Vietnam, Singapore, Italy, France, and Germany are suspended immediately until further notice for students, academics and administrative staff.więcej o JU Rectors' Committee restricts travel in the light of coronavirus outbreak
Dr Patrycja Orłowska-Feuer from the JU Faculty of Biology has received a scholarship within the framework of the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions funded by the European Commission. The grant will allow her to pursue a pioneering research project in Manchester.więcej o JU Faculty of Biology researcher awarded with a MSCA scholarship
The natural world is full of sounds: from the buzzing of bumble bees to the murmur of streams and the whistling of wind. Each of them provides us with important information, for instance, about a source of water, an impending danger, or an upcoming change in weather. And what about plants? Are they able to listen to the world around them? If so, where do they have ears? Dr Paweł Jedynak from the JU Department of Physiology and Plant Biochemistry gives us some insight into plant polyphony.więcej o What do plants hear?
The Centre for International Studies and Development of the Jagiellonian University launches the third edition of the MA study programme in international security and development (ISAD). Previous editions of the programme attracted over 200 applications from more than 30 countries and all continents. At present, nearly 60 students participate in ISAD Programme at the Jagiellonian University.więcej o 3rd edition of the International Security and Development programme launches at JU
We know the names of Polish students, PhD candidates and researchers that will travel to the United States to work on their projects funded by the Fulbright Program. In total, the scholarship was awarded to 48 scholars, including 6 from the Jagiellonian University.więcej o Fulbright scholarships awarded to JU researchers