Press releases

Water in the reconstructed marsh is worth up to 60 million euros a year

This year the World Water Day is focused on groundwater. Regarding water, it is important to take into consideration the scale of the catchment area of a given lake, river or even the sea. The latest results of the research conducted by the team from the Department of Hydrology, Meteorology and Water Management (Marta Stachowicz, Mateusz Grygoruk), and published in the Science...


Scientists from the Institute of Veterinary Medicine, Warsaw University of Life Sciences, carried out important research on animal viruses

A team of scientists from the Institute of Veterinary Medicine, SGGW, under the supervision of prof. dr. hab. Tomasz Stadejek has conducted and published research on porcine circoviruses, which are in line with the most recent global trends in research on emerging and re-emerging viruses of this species. ...


SGGW joins UNIgreen – The Green European University

On February 17, 2022, eight UNIgreen university partners took an important step towards the creation of the European university focused on agronomic, biotechnology and life sciences (#WeAreUNIgreen). At the end of 2018 and in 2019, The European Commission, under the Erasmus + program, announced two pilot enrollments as part of the European Universities initiative. ...


A team of SGGW researchers has developed a breakthrough technology for the production of food products with controlled allergenicity

A team of scientists from the SGGW Institute of Human Nutrition Sciences under the supervision of prof. dr hab. Agnieszka Wierzbicka, has developed a breakthrough technology for the production of food products with controlled allergenicity. ...


The Mediterranean diet is considered to be an exemplary way of eating. Scientists and researchers from SGGW confirm the fact, but under some important conditions.

The international team of scientists, with the participation of dr hab. Dominika Średnicka -Tober, prof. SGGW and dr Marcin Barański, proved that the switch from a habitual Western diet to a Mediterranean one, rich in fruit and vegetables, and considered to be one of the most beneficial to health, is associated with higher exposure to unhealthy pesticides. ...


SGGW Scientists help the European bison restitution

The Polish European bison (wisent) went to Spain again. On January 10, eight wisents from four Polish breeding centres started their long journey to the The European Bison Conservation Center in Spain (EBCC). ...


WULS-SGGW is innovative in generating job prospects

The Warsaw University of Life Sciences has received for the sixth time the title of the "Most innovative and creative university in generating job prospects" and the certificate "Good University, Good Job". In the competition organized by the Academic Information Centre from Poznan, universities were assessed for projects that are conducted and for activities increasing the chances of the graduates at the difficult job market. ...


WULS-SGGW among the best universities in the world

Warsaw University of Life Sciences was qualified to the top one hundred international universities in the field of agriculture and forestry. QS World University Rankings of the TopUniversities.com service is the fifth edition of the ranking, which in addition to analyzing about 17.3 million of research works, gathered the views of more than 85,000 scientists and 41 thousand employers. ...


The ceremony of granting habilitation diplomas and doctoral promotions

In the Crystal Hall of the Warsaw University of Life Sciences, a ceremony of granting habilitation diplomas and doctoral promotions took place. The faculty members of the university were also awarded with national distinctions and with the Medal of Commission of National Education. His Magnificence, the Rector of WULS-SGGW, Prof. dr hab. Alojzy Szymański ,delivered habilitation diplomas to 12 doctors. Also doctoral promotions were presented. Twelve doctors were promoted.


Bishop Roman Andrzejewski Award for the Rector of WULS-SGGW

Profesor Alojzy Szymański, the Rector of the Warsaw University of Life Sciences in Warsaw, was honored with the Bishop Roman Andrzejewski Award. The prize is granted for merit in working for rural communities and cultural and economic development of the rural areas.


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