It isn’t rare for neonatology departments to treat newborns whose weight is only several hundred grams. The progress in medicine has made it possible for such small babies to survive, at the same time giving rise to many new challenges related to intense treatment of prematurely born infants.Read More o Why are premature babies more susceptible to infection?
Foundation for Polish Science has announced the recipients of TEAM-TECH Core Facility and TEAM-TECH Core Facility PLUS grants. A donation of nearly 3.5 million PLN (about 800,000 euro) will be assigned to a project by Dr Sebastian Glatt from the JU Małopolska Centre of Biotechnology.Read More o TEAM-TECH Core Facility grant for JU researcher
American Association of Variable Star Observers (AAVSO) has officially confirmed the discovery of an atypical RS Canum Venaticorum type variable star. The discovery was made by Adam Tużnik, a student of astronomy at the Jagiellonian University, and Gabriel Murawski, an astronomy enthusiast from the Medical University of Bialystok.Read More o JU student co-discovers an atypical star
What makes people act the way they do? Questions such as this one are often loaded with doubt as to whether their behaviour is logical. ‘How can they be like this?’ is usually the real meaning behind this kind of questions. We often adopt this point of view when talking about contemporary Russia, its president, and millions of citizens who support – or even adore – Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin.Read More o Strange love. Putin and Russians
From Monday, January 15 it is possible to buy Jagiellonian University gadgets at ul. Floriańska 49 in the very centre of Kraków. The project by the JU Department of Communications and Marketing aims to meet the expectations of students, graduates and staff of the oldest Polish university as well as tourists who would like to purchase unique academic souvenirs.Read More o Unique JU gadgets now available in the heart of Kraków
The Trauma Centre of the University Children’s Hospital in Kraków will receive over 8 million zlotys for the purchase of new equipment that will help saving children who have suffered multiple organ damage. The project, funded within the framework of the Operational Progamme Infrastructure and Environment 2014-2020, is planned to be completed in 2018.Read More o EU grant for University Children’s Hospital Trauma Centre
On Wednesday, 20 December 2017 the traditional Christmas meeting of the academic community took place at the Jagiellonian University. The event was attended by authorities of the Jagiellonian University and other higher education institutions from Kraków, members of local and regional authorities and the diplomatic corps. The special guest was the Metropolitan Archbishop of Kraków Marek Jędraszewski.Read More o Academic community holds a traditional Christmas meeting