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Letters from the antechamber of hell | Research of Prof. Lucyna Sadzikowska

| Maria Sztuka | There have been many studies on Holocaust and WWII. However, 76 years after the end of Second World War, the subject still remains a focus of research interest. New papers, monographs, articles and biographical sketches of former concentration camp prisoners appear in bookshops; correspondence from KL Auschwitz-Birkenau, Majdanek, Dachau and Ravensbrück...

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Freedom of research | Marek Matussek, PhD

RESEARCH EXCELLENCE INITIATIVE FREEDOM OF RESEARCH – SCIENCE FOR THE FUTURE “Freedom of research – science for the future” series consists of articles, interviews and short videos presenting research conducted by the winners of “Freedom of research” call for proposals FREEDOM OF RESEARCH – SCIENCE FOR THE FUTURE Marek Matussek, PhD | chemist OLED technology...

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IDB | “Green Horizon” and “Post-COVID Horizon” results

The results of two calls for proposals within the Research Excellence Initiative (IDB), “Green Horizon” and “Post-COVID Horizon,” have been announced. The calls for proposals were addressed to interdisciplinary research teams focused on ecology, climate protection as well as functioning and development of the society facing the coronavirus pandemic. A total of 15 applications were...

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On Cieszyn cantatas that got a second life | Conversation with Zenon Mojżysz, PhD

Protestant music in Silesia, especially in Cieszyn, is an extremely interesting, though niche topic explored by Zenon Mojżysz, PhD, from the Institute of Art Studies of the University of Silesia in Katowice. He is currently working on a critical edition and publishing of musical works with an interesting story. Found many years later, they can...

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Thermal imaging measurments in the fight against the spread of the coronavirus

| Olimpia Orządała | Scientists from the Faculty of Science and Technology of the University of Silesia analyse the influence of various atmospheric conditions on the contact-free temperature measurement in people entering the university, which can identify people with an increased body temperature, which might indicate an infection, i.e. people who might potentially suffer from...

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