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Will mummies from Peru speak?

21.06.2017
Is it possible to reconstruct the fates of people who left no written records? Łukasz Majchrzak, a PhD student from the Jagiellonian University Institute of Archaeology, is seeking answer to this question by studying Andean mummies of Chancay culture using state-of-the art methods from the field of archaeology, biology and analytical chemistry.
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ERASMUS+ Staff Training Week 2017

19.06.2017
It has become a tradition that every year the JU International Relations Office invites administrative officers from partner universities to discuss and foster new ideas on the development of international co-operation and other issues related to the international activities of universities. The event is directed to the staff of higher education institutions from the European Union as well as those from outside of Europe which participate in the KA103 and KA107 Erasmus+ Programme.
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Prof. Leah Wortham receives the Plus Ratio Quam Vis medal

13.06.2017
During the closing ceremony of this year’s edition of School of American Law, held on 12 June at the JU Collegium Maius, Prof. Leah Wortham was awarded with the gold Plus Ratio Quam Vis medal. The medal was presented to her by Prof. Dorota Malec, JU Vice-Rector for University Development.
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Jagiellonian University ranked as the best in Poland by Perspektywy Education Foundation

12.06.2017
The Jagiellonian University and the University of Warsaw took joint first place in the Polish higher education institutions ranking Perspektywy 2017. It has happened for the second time since the ranking was first published 18 years ago. The third place was taken by Warsaw University of Technology.
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Cooper test: ATP urgently needed

08.06.2017
Ready, steady, go! 12 minutes of intense running ahead. The Cooper test will show how our bodies cope with physical effort. In fact, it will indicate how efficient our cells are in producing energy.
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International mathematical prize for Dr Anna Szymusiak

07.06.2017
Dr Anna Szymusiak from the JU Chair in Applied Mathematics was awarded with this year’s International Stefan Banach Prize for a Doctoral Dissertation in the Mathematical Sciences. She will receive her statuette, along with a cheque for 25,000 PLN, during the 8th Forum of Polish Mathematicians, organised in September in Lublin.
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JU student recognised at an international orthopaedics conference

06.06.2017
During the 18th European Federation of National Associations of Orthopaedics and Traumatology (EFORT) Annual Congress, held in Vienna from 5 May to 2 June 2017, Przemysław Pękala, a student of the JU MC Faculty of Medcine, presented two papers that received critical acclaim amongst the experts attending the conference.
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