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Is sunscreen really all that safe?

20.07.2017
In the recent years there have been some reports that using sunscreen may have serious side effects. A group of researchers from the JU Faculty of Pharmacy led by Prof. Elżbieta Pękala has lately begun investigating into new chemicals that would protect our skin without jeopardising nature or ourselves.
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Earth's best recyclers

20.07.2017
Wood constitutes the vast majority of organic matter in our world. Why is it, then, that we’re not buried metres deep below a growing pile of dead wood? Dr Michał Filipiak, a specialist in natural recycling mechanisms, provided us with an answer to that question.
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New 3rd cycle studies in English at the JU Faculty of Biology and Earth Sciences

19.07.2017
The JU Faculty of Biology and Earth Sciences is launching the PhD Programme in Biology.
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Spectroscopy is the answer

18.07.2017
What’s the link between a breathalyser, the Orion Nebula and magnetic resonance? It seems that these concepts have little in common. And yet, they are all related to spectroscopy, which measures the interaction between light (both visible and invisible) and matter, understood as a conglomeration of atoms and molecules.
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How does cosmic weather affect our world?

14.07.2017
Can we predict the weather in space? Do we know what influences it? And how does it affect us? We asked Dr hab. Grzegorz Michałek from the JU Astronomical Observatory.
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JU strengthens cooperation with the University of Novi Sad

10.07.2017
On 6–8 July 2017, Prof. Stanisław Kistryn, JU Vice-Rector for Research and Structural Funds, visited the University of Novi Sad at the invitation of its Rector, Prof. Dušan Nikolić. The visit was a follow-up of the memorandum of understanding signed on 11 May at the Jagiellonian University.
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Opening of the University Apiary

04.07.2017
Last Saturday, the official opening of the Jagiellonian University Apiary took place at the JU Botanical Garden. The University will collaborate with a local Kraków apiary to provide the required education to beginner beekeepers, produce honey, and join the bee protection initiative.
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