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XII Festival of Science in Cracow

28.12.2015
Since 2005, during each edition of the Festival of Science, the Jagiellonian University Museum presents its conservation office in cooperation with the Department of Art Conservation from the Academy of Fine Arts. Thanks to this 20-years long cooperation, visitors are able to watch conservators doing their daily work.
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Touching Culture - meeting with arts

28.12.2015
On 26th April 2012, as a part of the 5th edition of the Cracow's Integration Days, the JU Disability Support Service together with the Jagiellonian University Museum held a meeting with arts under the motto "Touch Culture", an open visit in the Collegium Maius with special focus on needs of the disabled.
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Air balloon experiment

28.12.2015
On 1st April 2012 the "air balloon experiment" was recreated in the Collegium Maius courtyard to commemorate the event which took place in 1784, when scientists from the Main School of the Crown (the present-day University) carried out the original experiment by launching a balloon filled with hot air.
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Adams' equatorial theodolite

21.12.2015
The Adams' equatorial theodolite is a universal astronomical instrument used for observations and angular measurement. Among its applications were positioning of celestial bodies, measurement of angular distances between them, measurement of time, and land surveying. Since 22nd March 2012 the equatorial theodolite has been in possession of the JU Museum Collegium Maius
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Adams' equatorial theodolite joins the Museum collection

28.12.2015
On 22nd March 2012 the collection of the JU Museum Collegium Maius has been enriched with the Adams equatorial theodolite, an 18th century astronomical instrument. The purchase was financed by the PZU Foundation.
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