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Another, special edition of the monthly ‘Welcome to Cracow & Małopolska’ is published in the year of two significant anniversaries. The first of them induces one to look back at the distant fourteenth century when 650 years ago the Academy of Kraków, that is the later and present...
The Metamorphoses of AGH An interview with Prof. Tadeusz Słomka PhD, Eng, Rector of the Stanisław Staszic AGH University of Science and Technology in Kraków.
• It is twenty five years since Poland returned to a free market economy, and ten years since its accession to the...
We Can Compete Again An interview with Prof. Wojciech Nowak, MD, PhD, Rector of the Jagiellonian University.
• All anniversaries of the Jagiellonian University have brought about a developmental stimulus to the university. Is it also going to be true this time, as the...
Advantages of Cracow University of Technology A conversation with Prof. Kazimierz Furtak, Ph.D., D.Sc., Eng., Rector of Cracow University of Technology.
• This year marks a quarter of a century since major political changes took place in Poland. How has the Cracow University of Technology changed...
Cyclotron and Solaris These two pieces of research equipment are the most perspicuous examples of the technological progress, which Polish science has undergone in recent years. It concerns a cyclotron installed at the PAN Institute of Nuclear Physics and a synchrotron, whose construction near the third, newest campus...
Building a 2.0 Klaster An interview with Kazimierz Murzyn, Managing Director of the LifeScience Klaster, Kraków.
• The Klaster was created at a time when the construction necessary for the development of the life sciences in Kraków were themselves being built. Now that they...
Pearl of the Renaissance... ...that is how Tarnów’s Old Town is spoken about by art connoisseurs. In the epoch of Renaissance Tarnów was one of the most beautiful towns in Poland. The then owner of Tarnów was a world renown nobleman, politician and traveler, royal hetman Jan Tarnowski. His family residence was the...
The editorial staff of the monthly magazine ‘Welcome to Kraków & Małopolska’ have been following the scientific and academic developments in Kraków since 1996, even devoting special editions to these subjects. Therefore, we have a clear understanding of the changes which the local...
 Science Becomes Closer to the Economy The scientific community in Małopolska, with Kraków, of course, playing the leading role, is second only to Warsaw in terms of teaching potential and scientific research in Poland. More than 20,000 university lecturers (including 1,800 professors) educate almost 10 percent of the Polish student...
Casting ‘Scientific Cannons’ A conversation with Prof. Karol Musioł, Rector of the Jagiellonian University in Kraków.
• Professor, it was your ambition to create the largest biotechnological centre in Central and Eastern Europe at the University. At what stage is this project at...

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