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Projects

Projects

Shedding light on HIV latency

Anna Kula-Pacurar: There are almost 40 million people throughout the world living with HIV. 35 years after its discovery there is a good anti-HIV therapy; however, this treatment cannot fully eliminate the virus. 
18.02.2022

Europeanisation from a Central European perspective

James Wesley Scott: The development of the European Union is often linked to ideas of ‘Europeanisation’, which sometimes suggests a one-sided exportation of values and rules from West to East. At the same time, the notion of an East-West gap within the EU emphasises economic, political and cultural differences. However, is this an accurate reading of the situation?
18.02.2022

Carbon nanostructures for sustainability

Dawid Witold Janas: We are living in times when energy demand is growing at such a fast pace that it will not be long before we encounter a huge crisis unless discoveries come to light to avert it. What we need is a new generation of electrical conductors, more efficient, ecologically-friendly and sustainable. A recently discovered form of carbon called...
17.02.2022

How the ‘humanisation’ of the environment affects brown bears

Djuro Huber: As with all wildlife, and perhaps even more so, brown bears are affected by loss of living space and changes to the remaining parts of habitat. This has led to the extinction of bears in most parts of Western Europe. Poland, Croatia and Sweden still have bears in parts of the countries.
17.01.2022

Investigating the role of mitochondrial proteins in cancer

Carlo Vascotto: Cancer is a complex disease caused by interactions of multiple factors, such as genetic predisposition, environmental and lifestyle influences, infectious agents and ageing. Due to the complexity of this pathology, cancer research includes basic research, strategies for prevention, development of early diagnostic tools, and translational approaches for treatment and cure.
17.01.2022

The smellscapes of Lublin

Stephanie Weismann: Sniffing out everyday life in interwar Poland. An attempt at narrating the city’s history on the basis of its smells.
17.01.2022

Shedding light on HIV latency

Stephanie Weismann: Sniffing out everyday life in interwar Poland. An attempt at narrating the city’s history on the basis of its smells.
18.02.2022

Europeanisation from a Central European perspective

Stephanie Weismann: Sniffing out everyday life in interwar Poland. An attempt at narrating the city’s history on the basis of its smells.
18.02.2022

Carbon nanostructures for sustainability

Stephanie Weismann: Sniffing out everyday life in interwar Poland. An attempt at narrating the city’s history on the basis of its smells.
17.02.2022

How the ‘humanisation’ of the environment affects brown bears

Stephanie Weismann: Sniffing out everyday life in interwar Poland. An attempt at narrating the city’s history on the basis of its smells.
17.01.2022

Investigating the role of mitochondrial proteins in cancer

Stephanie Weismann: Sniffing out everyday life in interwar Poland. An attempt at narrating the city’s history on the basis of its smells.
17.01.2022

The smellscapes of Lublin

Stephanie Weismann: Sniffing out everyday life in interwar Poland. An attempt at narrating the city’s history on the basis of its smells.
17.01.2022

Protein-graphene system for bio-organic photovoltaics

Stephanie Weismann: Sniffing out everyday life in interwar Poland. An attempt at narrating the city’s history on the basis of its smells.
05.01.2022

Tackling mitochondrial diseases through in vivo studies of zebrafish

Stephanie Weismann: Sniffing out everyday life in interwar Poland. An attempt at narrating the city’s history on the basis of its smells.
05.01.2022

VIBRANT communication in ants

Stephanie Weismann: Sniffing out everyday life in interwar Poland. An attempt at narrating the city’s history on the basis of its smells.
05.01.2022

Reproductive practices under state socialism

Stephanie Weismann: Sniffing out everyday life in interwar Poland. An attempt at narrating the city’s history on the basis of its smells.
19.11.2021

From wood biomass to sustainable chemicals – how can zeolites help?

Stephanie Weismann: Sniffing out everyday life in interwar Poland. An attempt at narrating the city’s history on the basis of its smells.
19.11.2021

Shedding light on the nature of the tautomerization

Stephanie Weismann: Sniffing out everyday life in interwar Poland. An attempt at narrating the city’s history on the basis of its smells.
19.11.2021

DNA damage recognition and processing in mitochondria

Stephanie Weismann: Sniffing out everyday life in interwar Poland. An attempt at narrating the city’s history on the basis of its smells.
02.11.2021

Re-thinking the history of the European family

Stephanie Weismann: Sniffing out everyday life in interwar Poland. An attempt at narrating the city’s history on the basis of its smells.
02.11.2021

Algebraic effects in a programming language

Stephanie Weismann: Sniffing out everyday life in interwar Poland. An attempt at narrating the city’s history on the basis of its smells.
02.11.2021

Rumination, a depression risk factor. Changing the way you think may help fight depression

Stephanie Weismann: Sniffing out everyday life in interwar Poland. An attempt at narrating the city’s history on the basis of its smells.
29.10.2021

How do the tiniest constituents of matter behave?

Stephanie Weismann: Sniffing out everyday life in interwar Poland. An attempt at narrating the city’s history on the basis of its smells.
29.10.2021

How gum bacteria manipulate our genes and how we can stop them

Stephanie Weismann: Sniffing out everyday life in interwar Poland. An attempt at narrating the city’s history on the basis of its smells.
29.10.2021