Polish researchers become laureates of the Weave-UNISONO competition

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Researchers from the University of Warsaw and the Jagiellonian University have become winners of the Weave-UNISONO competition. “They will receive a total of more than PLN 2.15 million for the implementation of international projects in cooperation with partners from Germany and Austria”, announced the National Science Centre.

Dr Małgorzata Sandowicz from the University of Warsaw, together with researchers from Austria and Germany, will implement the DigEanna project, which aims to collect and organise documents from the archives of the Temple of Eanna – an ancient cult centre and important economic institution in Babylonia. 

Dr Renata Mężyk-Kopeć from the Jagiellonian University in Krakow will carry out the project Proteolytic modification of G-protein-coupled adhesion receptors by proteases together with Prof. Tobias Langenhan from the German University of Leipzig. 

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