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<em>Science Advances</em> cover dedicated to JU research

Science Advances cover dedicated to JU research

15.09.2021
The research carried out as a joint effort at the National Synchrotron Radiation Centre SOLARIS, Małopolska Centre of Biotechnology and the British National Electron Bioimaging Center eBIC (Diamond Light Source) allowed to solve the structure of the protein responsible for introducing compounds necessary for the life of bacterial cells. The exceptional importance of the research was honoured by publishing an image by Alina Kurokhtina on the cover of Science Advances.
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100th anniversary of the birth of Prof. <span lang="pl">Wacław Szybalski</span>

100th anniversary of the birth of Prof. Wacław Szybalski

09.09.2021
9 September 1921 marked the birth of Wacław Szybalski, a distinguished Polish biochemist and Doctor Honoris Causa of the Jagiellonian University. To celebrate the 100th anniversary of his birthday, the foundation bearing his name as well as the Polish Academy of Sciences Biotechnology Committee have become honorary patrons of a special issue of the journal Acta Biochimica Polonica.
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JU researchers study untypical haem properties in a mutated protein

JU researchers study untypical haem properties in a mutated protein

07.09.2021
Scientists from the JU Faculty of Biochemistry, Biophysics and Biotechnology have recently published a paper in the prestigious journal Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (PNAS). By studying mitochondrial disease mutations, they have shown how haem-proteins change their properties in order to effectively transfer electrons.
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Jagiellonian University ranked best in Poland by THE

Jagiellonian University ranked best in Poland by THE

03.09.2021
According to Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings 2022, published on 2 September 2021, the Jagiellonian University is ranked in the range 501-600, achieving the highest score among 23 Polish higher education institutions taken into account. The oldest Polish university maintained the position from the previous year, when it had advanced from the top 800 to the top 600.
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Targeting a "hidden" enzyme in malaria with a natural product drug

Targeting a "hidden" enzyme in malaria with a natural product drug

01.09.2021
Malaria remains a huge burden on health across the world and truly effective treatments are still lacking. Even if good vaccines are developed resistance may always be a problem meaning that new possible targets and drugs should be continuously developed. New research from the Malopolska Centre of Biotechnology and the Bionanoscience and Biochemistry laboratory led by dr hab. Jonathan Heddle, Prof. UJ has taken a step towards this goal by identifying a compound that appears to specifically interact with a potentially lethal target in the parasite.
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Article by JU chemists published in an international journal

Article by JU chemists published in an international journal

31.08.2021
The Journal of the American Chemical Society has published a paper entitled Exfoliated ferrierite-related unilamellar nanosheets in solution and their use for preparation of mixed zeolite hierarchical structures by Prof. Barbara Gil and Prof. Wiesław Roth from the JU Zeolites Chemistry Group. The publication was prepared with scientists from the JU Department of Physical Chemistry and Charles University Department of Physical and Macromolecular Chemistry.
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Jagiellonian University continues to be popular amongst the Polish diaspora

Jagiellonian University continues to be popular amongst the Polish diaspora

27.08.2021
More than 600 students of Polish heritage from around the world have received scholarships within the framework of the General Anders Programme to study first-cycle, second-cycle and full-cycle programmes. The exact number of students that will enrol to the Jagiellonian University will be known soon, but it is already apparent that the oldest Polish university has, as usual, garnered much attention.
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