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JU invention recognised by US patent office

13.08.2018
Four researchers from the JU Faculty of Biochemistry, Biophysics and Biotechnology – Dr Agata Szade, Dr Krzysztof Szade, Prof. Alicja Józkowicz and Prof. Józef Dulak – have developed an innovative biochemical technique, recently recognised by the United States Patent and Trademark Office.
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Foundation for Polish Science grant for JU cell biologist

09.08.2018
Dr Aleksander Grabiec from the Department of Microbiology of the JU Faculty of Biochemistry, Biophysics and Biotechnology has been awarded with a nearly 2 million PLN grant in the FIRST TEAM programme, introduced by the Foundation for Polish Science to fund first research teams led by PhDs at the early stage of their careers. Dr Grabiec's project is entitled Epigenetics of periodontitis: DNA methylation in desease development and as a potential therapeutic target.
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Kraków synchrotron to open a fourth beamline

09.08.2018
The installation of a straight section for an undulator marked the beginning of the construction of the PHELIX beamline in the SOLARIS National Synchrotron Radiation Centre. It will be the fourth beamline in the Kraków synchrotron, built and assembled by FMB Feinwerk- und Meßtechnik GmbH, a Germany-based company. The investment is partially funded by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education.
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JU Institute of Psychology launches an innovative PhD programme

08.08.2018
The international PhD programme CogNeS, combining social studies with neuroscience, will start at the Jagiellonian University Institute of Psychology. It will be the first such doctoral course in this part of Europe.
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A smartphone instead of a pickaxe. Archaeology in the 21st century

07.08.2018
A doctoral student from the Jagiellonian University Institute of Religious Studies won the “Diamond Grant” for his research project devoted to rock art in Kondoa region in Central Tanzania from the archaeological and ethnological perspective. 26-year-old Maciej Grzelczyk discovered rock paintings in Swaga Swaga Game Reserve.
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JU archaeologists continue their project in Israel

07.08.2018
During the first three weeks of July, a group of researchers from the JU Institute of Archaeology worked at the dig site in Tel Erani in Israel. One of the most astonishing discoveries of this season are the remains of a gigantic defensive wall which are more than 5,000 years old, suggesting that the cities of Southern Levant might have been built before the Egyptians colonised them.
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Cosmic ghost particles

06.08.2018
For the first time, scientists have been able to pinpoint a source of neutrinos outside of our galaxy. The extremely light and nigh-invisible elementary particle spotted by scientists has originated in the TXS0506+56 galaxy – a blazar – as evidenced by gamma ray observations.
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