Our University was invited to participate in the Polish Congress of Entrepreneurship, which is due to take place in November in Krakow. The University received an invitation in connection with the implementation of projects that confirm the innovative activities of our researchers, conducted in cooperation with entrepreneurs and other universities. Attention was paid primarily to the following projects:

1. "The development and implementation of innovative technology for the production of new generation of vegetable and fruit products enriched with fiber potato starch preparation with prebiotic properties for children and adolescents", led by Professor Janusz Kapuśniak. The project is carried out within the framework of a consortium composed of: Jan Dlugosz University in Czestochowa (leader), Tymbark, the Children's Memorial Health Institute, the Faculty of Biotechnology and Food Sciences of the Lodz University of Technology, Maria Sklodowska-Curie National Research Institute of Oncology. More information available HERE

2. "De-Radicalisation In Europe And Beyond: Detect, Resolve, And Re-Integrate as part of the SU-GOVERNANCE-09-2020 HORIZON 2020 project" - awarded by the European Commission. The aim of the project is to identify social contexts leading to radicalisation in order to develop recommendations to counter extremism and the resulting violence, and to explore how radicalised individuals can be integrated without compromising their rights and freedoms. The grant is co-ordinated by Glasgow Caledonian University in the UK. More information available HERE

3. The JDU Centre for Innovation and Knowledge Transfer received funding for the Incubator of Innovation 4.0 project. The application was prepared in a consortium with the Lodz University of Technology. The University's project manager is Professor Edmund Golis. More information available HERE

Rector’s interview with “Biznes Plus" - HERE