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E-learning, or laboratory that has become reality | ELEPHANT project

| Małgorzata Kłoskowicz | The first meetings of the initiators of the project “E-learning prospects for humanities. ELEPHANT” took place in February 2020. A month before the World Health Organization announced that Europe had become the centre of the coronavirus pandemic, Katarzyna Sujkowska-Sobisz, PhD, Associate Professor and Marta Margiel, PhD from the Faculty of Humanities...

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‘No Limits’ | Agreements Kept Are Wars Avoided

What is the article about?What is the article about? International law is a beautiful standard and a great benchmark, but its day-to-day effectiveness is primarily determined by regional solutions. Numerous laws in force in countries around the world regulate human rights, but it is one thing to have a noble idea ‘on paper’ and another...

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Cancer found in a bone of a prehistoric amphibian over 210 million years old

Metoposaurus, representatives of Labyrinthodontia (Greek, ‘maze-toothed’) in their habitat, about 210 million years ago. The individual on the right has a distinct overgrowth in the anterior thoracic spine. It has limited mobility along with the ability to hunt and seems malnourished. Author of the picture: Jakub Zalewski. Source: „An insight into cancer…”. Licence: CC BY...

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Plants “brain” | Research by Ewa Mazur, PhD

Ewa Mazur, PhD | Private archive | Małgorzata Kłoskowicz | Ewa Mazur, PhD, from the Faculty of Natural Sciences of the University of Silesia in Katowice is a co-author of an article published in the prestigious journal “Nature”. The biologist, together with an international team of scientists, investigated the participation of ABP1-TMK1 proteins in rapid...

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Clean Odra? Soon not | Research by the Silesian Water Centre UŚ

Start of the expedition in Ostrava | archive of Andrzej Woźnica | Weronika Cygan | „We were the last to see the deceased alive. We crossed the river exactly five days before the catastrophe” says Andrzej Woźnica, PhD, Associate Professor, director of the Silesian Water Centre (ŚCW) of the University of Silesia, who participated in...

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