Complicated operations on internal organs will soon become much easier thanks to the technology developed by Jan Witowski, a student of the Jagiellonian University Medical College.Read More o Liver model created by JU student shows how 3D printing revolutionises medicine
On Tuesday 23 May 2017, the Jagiellonian University was visited by a delegation from the Moscow Agency of Innovations, an institution specialising supporting research and technology transfer.Read More o A meeting with representatives of the Moscow Agency of Innovations
On 23 May 2017 at 11.00 a.m., a special lecture by a distinguished political scientist Prof. Peter J. Katzenstein from Cornell University, entitled ‘New Directions in American Foreign Policy after the 2016 Presidential Election’, was held in the JU Collegium Novum Assembly Hall.Read More o New directions in American foreign policy. A lecture by Prof. Peter J. Katzenstein
The Hemodynamics Laboratory of the University Children’s Hospital in Kraków received new angiography equipment, which will allow safer and more accurate diagnosis of heart defects in young patients.Read More o University Children’s Hospital receives state-of-the-art equipment to save young patients
17 May 2017 marked the 25th anniversary of the establishment of the The Ryoichi Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship Fund at the Jagiellonian University. The celebrations took place in the assembly hall of Collegium Maius, the oldest historical seat of the Kraków Alma Mater.Read More o 25 years of the JU Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship Fund
On 15 May 2017 the Jagiellonian University was visited by a delegation from the University of Trier., including the President Prof. Michael Jäckel, Prof. Alexander Bierich from the Department of Slavic Studies, who coordinates cooperation with the JU, and the head of the International Office Birgit Roser.Read More o JU hosts a visit from the University of Trier
Ray Kurzweil, an influential futurist, the man who correctly predicted the advent of wireless Internet access, has prophesised a new, revolutionary vision of the future: from 2045 and onwards, people will be able to live forever. This can’t be true, can it? Does Kurzweil have any compelling arguments to support his claim?Read More o Immortality in just 30 years?