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| Katarzyna Juszkiewicz | On 8 August, the Great Bee Day is celebrated in Poland every year. This is a good moment to appreciate the role these insects play in our ecosystem, and assess the threats they face. Bees have been living on the roof of the Faculty of Law and Administration of the University...

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How to save Parnassius? | Textbook for schools

Current climate change and the related loss of biodiversity affect many species of animals and plants. The latest publication of American researchers “Wings That Make Waves”, was created in cooperation with scientists from the University of Silesia. It presents the history of Parnassius clodius (Parnassius sp.) And shows how the butterfly is connected with ecosystems...

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Freedom of research | Sławomir Sułowicz, 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 winners of the call for proposals “FREEDOM OF RESEARCH – SCIENCE FOR THE FUTURE” SERIES Sławomir Sułowicz, PhD | microbiologist Nanomaterials are increasingly more...

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Tardigrades, superheroes and sleeping beauties | Prof. Izabela Poprawa’s research

|Małgorzata Kłoskowicz| Tardigrades are often thought of as indestructible animals that are not threatened by very high or very low temperatures, long-lasting droughts or even exposure to cosmic radiation. But what is the secret behind this remarkable resilience, and is there really nothing that can harm them? These and some other questions are answered Assoc....

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