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Olha Shuklinova wins the Coimbra Group 3-Minute-Thesis JU

Olha Shuklinova wins the Coimbra Group 3-Minute-Thesis JU

26.03.2021
The final of the Coimbra Group 3-Minute-Thesis Jagiellonian University competition was held on 26 March 2021. 10 PhD students presented the key ideas of their doctoral dissertations in just 3 minutes. The first place was taken by Olha Shuklinova, the author of the presentation „Mathematics helps to optimize therapy in Parkinson’s disease”.
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Functioning of the Jagiellonian University from 26 March do 11 April 2021

Functioning of the Jagiellonian University from 26 March do 11 April 2021

25.03.2021
On 25 March, due to the current pandemic situation in Poland, the Rector of the Jagiellonian University Prof. Jacek Popiel issued an ordinance regulating the functioning of the Jagiellonian University from 26 March to 11 April 2021.
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Paper co-authored by JU researcher published in <em>Nature</em>

Paper co-authored by JU researcher published in Nature

24.03.2021
In an article published in Nature, an international team of researchers featuring Prof. Adam Izdebski from the JU Faculty of History presents a newly developed framework to address the challenges common to studies of the history of climate and society. By applying their framework, the team uncovers five pathways that helped pre-modern populations adapt to climate change.
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JU students publish a Chinese law studies guidebook

JU students publish a Chinese law studies guidebook

24.03.2021
The Chinese Law Research Guide, authored by two JU students, Zuzanna Kopania and Igor Szpotakowski, is addressed to law students who search for information and conduct research on Chinese law. The book aims to serve as a guide to those of them who would like to take first steps in their own research in the field of Chinese law. In a broader context, it is also intended to foster the ongoing development of Chinese law studies in Poland.
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Bees on a forced diet

Bees on a forced diet

23.03.2021
All pollinators, including the most well-known ones – bees – subsist on a rich and varied diet, the staple of which are pollen and nectar supplied by trees, bushes and other flowering plants. Nectar gives the pollinators the energy to go about their day, while pollen is used as building blocks for the organisms of their offspring. A healthy bee needs high quality food, but obtaining it isn’t that simple. Dr Zuzanna Filipiak and Dr Michał Filipiak from the JU Institute of Environmental Sciences investigate this issue in their research project.
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U Law students win the international mediation tournament

U Law students win the international mediation tournament

22.03.2021
A team of students from the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Jagiellonian University, consisting of Marta Nawrocka and Antoni Otałęga, trained by Agnieszka Góra and Jacek Czeja, have scored yet another victory in an international mediation tournament, in which they played the role of negotiators.
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Chinese researchers carried out remote experiments at the JU Synchrotron

Chinese researchers carried out remote experiments at the JU Synchrotron

19.03.2021
The JU National Synchrotron Radiation Centre SOLARIS provides foreign users with the opportunity to perform remote measurements at the UARPES beamline, with the help of the synchrotron staff. These new solutions have recently been tested by Chinese users.
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