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Karol Łukanowski the laureate of the Lotto 65 na 65 Anniversary Scholarship Program We are pleased to inform that Mr Karol Łukanowski from the Centre for Quantum Optical Technologies has become the laureate of the Lotto 65 na 65 Anniversary Scholarship Program, founded by both Totalizator Sportowy and the Halina Konopacka LOTTO Foundation. The scholarship is aiming at sixty-five students, outstanding for their knowledge,  experience and engagement in scientific projects. The purpose of […] >>
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Marcin Równicki, PhD received Prime Minister’s Award  Marcin Równicki, PhD from the Biomolecular Machines Laboratory has been awarded for the work entitled “Searching for new targets and carriers for antisense oligonucleotides with antibacterial activity”. His work was focused on novel developments in research to identify new compounds with potential antimicrobial activity that would not be subject to common resistance mechanisms. For more […] >>
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New Sonata grant for Łukasz M. Szewczyk, PhD Łukasz M. Szewczyk, PhD received Sonata grant from National Science Centre. The project entitled The role of the astrocytic transcription factor TCF7L2 in synapse development is a collaborative project between Laboratory of Molecular Neurobiology and prof.  Anna V. Molofsky, University of California, San Francisco (UCSF). >>
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Michał Lipka from the Centre for Quantum Optical Technologies the laureate of the Polish Physical Society A. Piekara Award. We are pleased to announce that the PhD student from the Centre for Quantum Optical Technologies is among the laureates of this year’s  Awards of the Polish Physical Society. The Polish Physical Society A. Piekara Award has been granted to Mr. Lipka for his master’s thesis titled Generation of polarization entanglement in wavevector-multiplexed atomic quantum memory, supervised by […] >>
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Interview with professor Wojciech Grochala Professor Wojciech Grochala gave an interview to the Naukovo.pl portal. The topics of the conversation were, among others, this year’s Nobel laureates and their work on the development of asymmetric organocatalysis. The whole thing was kept in the popular science spirit. The video can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/podejdzNaukovo/videos/2743020409335764/ >>
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The team of the paleogeneticists from CeNT UW (D. Popović. M. Molak-Tomsia and M. Baca) together with archaeologists from the Centre of the Andean Studies UW and international collaborators published a paleogenomic study about the inhabitants of the Tiwanaku in Science Advances. Tiwanaku civilization flourished in the Lake Titicaca Basin between 500 and 1000 CE and at its apogee influenced wide areas across the Southern Andes. Despite a considerable amount of archaeological data concerning the culture, little is known about the Tiwanaku population and its dynamics. We analyzed 17 low-coverage genomes from individuals dated between 300 and […] >>
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Publication co-authored by Dr. Nicolas Fabre from QOT recognized as editor’s suggestion in Physical Review A journal We are pleased to announce, that the publication co-authored by Dr. Nicolas Fabre,  researcher from the Laboratory of Quantum Technologies of Centre of Quantum Optical Technologies, has been recognized as an editor’s suggestion in Physical Review A published by the American Physical  Society. The full article is available here: https://journals.aps.org/pra/abstract/10.1103/PhysRevA.104.022208   The “Quantum Optical Technologies” […] >>
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Article dedicated to publication authored by QOT researchers published in Quantum journal We are pleased to announce that, the Quantum journal has published the article dedicated to the publication named  ”Real-time ghost imaging of Bell-nonlocal entanglement between a photon and a quantum memory”  ( co-autors: Mateusz Mazelanik, Adam Leszczyński, Michał Lipka, Wojciech Wasilewski and Michał Parniak). The article describes a perspective of quantum imaging technologies development when […] >>
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New method of selection of compounds of the anti-SARS-CoV 2 Researchers from the University of Warsaw under the supervision of prof. Jacek Jemielity and dr hab. Joanna Kowalska developed a new screening method based on the phenomenon of fluorescence. It allows the selection of a group of enzymes that inhibit the replication of SARS-Cov-2 proteins. Out of 7,000 compounds, 83 have been identified that effectively […] >>
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Publication co-authored by Dr. Jan Kołodyński and Karol Łukanowski from QOT recognized as Editor’s Suggestion and Featured in Physics in Physical Review Letters journal. We are pleased to announce, that the publication co-authored by Dr. Jan Kołodyński,  Leader of the Laboratory of Quantum Information and Inference of Centre of Quantum Optical Technologies and Karol Łukanowski, student at the Laboratory of Quantum Technologies, has been recognized as an Editor’s Suggestion in the Physical Review Letters journal published by the American Physical Society. The article was also featured […] >>
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