Have you ever wondered what happens to food after we put it in our mouths? Paweł Jedynak from the Faculty of Biochemistry, Biophysics and Biotechnology describes the journey the food takes through our organisms, and uses this opportunity to discuss and debunk a recently popular myth – the leaky gut syndrome.Read More o What exactly happens to the food we eat?
Crime scene. The perp’s long gone. There are no eyewitnesses, and the police don’t know who did it. Will the investigators be able to identify the criminal? Scientists from the Jagiellonian University are working on a project that will employ detailed DNA analysis to do just that.Read More o Nobody saw the criminal, but still we know what they look like
Today, on 1 June 2017, the Guild of European Research-Intensive Universities is holding a meeting entitled 'Research, Innovation and the Future of Europe' at the Bibliothèque Solvay in Brussels, Belgium. The Guild is an international network comprising the most esteemed European universities, co-founded by the Jagiellonian University. The meeting marks the first anniversary of the Guild’s foundation.Read More o The Guild of European Research-Intensive Universities of celebrates its 1st anniversary
On 25 May 2017, the Hong Kong Polytechnic University delegation, led by Prof. Chu Hung-Iam, Dean of the Faculty of Humanities, paid a visit to the Jagiellonian University and met with members of the JU Faculty of Philology, including the Dean Prof. Elżbieta Górska and the Vice-Dean Prof. Władysław Witalisz.Read More o Delegation from Hong Kong Polytechnic University visits the JU Faculty of Philology
Professor Zbigniew Brzeziński, the former National Security Advisor under President Jimmy Carted, one of the most influential political thinkers and architects of US foreign policy died at the age of 89. In 2000 Prof. Brzeziński was conferred an honorary doctorate of the Jagiellonian University.Read More o Eminent honorary doctor of JU passes away
‘I can still remember how difficult it was for me to discern between different characters from Asian martial arts films’, writes Joanna Malinowska, winner of the Scientific Award given by the Philosophy in Practice journal.Read More o Other-race effect. Why do people of different races look the same to one another?
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