Rock, jazz, disco? Taste in music may influence the degree of feeling pain while listening to music. Researcher from the Medical University of Gdańsk will investigate the phenomenon of music analgesia, pain relief through sounds.
Eight NGOs received a total of 338 thousand zlotys from the Ministry of Science and Higher Education for activities supporting the academic community. The awarded funds will be used, among others, to support pro-innovative attitudes, increase legal awareness of students and doctoral students.
Astronomer Prof. Grzegorz Pietrzyński received the prestigious Advanced Grant of the European Council (ERC) worth almost 2.4 million euros. The scientist wants to more accurately determine the rate of expansion of the universe.
Student of molecular biotechnology at the University of Rzeszów (UR) Jakub Kapłan will participate in the research program concerning autoimmune diseases at the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation in the US. The Pole will be there for a year-long traineeship, which will begin in July.
How young people - children and teenagers - perceive antiquity, will be one of the subjects of research of Prof. Katarzyna Marciniak from the University of Warsaw. For her work she received the prestigious Consolidator Grant from the European Research Council (ERC).
Two Poles who will conduct research in Poland, and two - abroad received prestigious Starting Grants of the European Research Council (ERC). On Friday, the ERC announced that grants with a total value of 429 million euros had been awarded to 291 young scientists.
Dr. Piotr Nowak received the prestigious Starting Grant of the European Council (ERC). This is the first mathematical ERC grant in Poland; it will be carried out at the Institute of Mathematics PAS in Warsaw - the Institute director said on Tuesday.
Last Tuesday, the Council of Ministers adopted on a resolution and issued a regulation on the government programme "Studies for the Outstanding". The programme provides financial support for outstanding students who wish to study at the world’s best universities.
65 young scientists will soon leave to conduct research in reputable foreign scientific centres. Ministry of Science announced the results of the fourth edition of the Mobility Plus programme. Its winners will receive up to 10 thousand zlotys scholarships.
255 outstanding young researchers received scholarships from the Minister of Science and Higher Education. In the 10th edition of the competition, Ministry of Science allocated more than 48 million zlotys to scholarships. The winners will receive more than 5 thousand zlotys per month for 3 years.