A recent census of the bat population in the Międzyrzecze undergrounds has just concluded and according to the preliminary data, their numbers have dropped once again. In the past three years their
population has now decreased by approximately 10 thousand.
Due in part to the initiative of Wroclaw President Rafał Dutkiewicz, the city was able to fund a memorial plaque as a tribute to polish King Jan Kazimierz. In January, this plaque was placed in the
church Saint-Germain-des-Prés in Paris.
Wrocław University of Environmental and Life Sciences was one of the first Polish Universities to join the Erasmus Program in 1998. Last year over eighty students studied or interned abroad in the
A picturesque location, lush greenery, a pond and a historic nineteenth-century palace all located in an eight-hectare park. Soon this garden city will be a reality and a University environmental
An international equestrian competition for veterinary students was held on February 25th - 27th 2011 in the Kingsbarn Equestrian Center in Edinburgh. The event was organized by the Royal (Dick)
School of Veterinary Studies – Horse Society.
The team at the in-vitro Fertilization Laboratory in the Department of Reproductive and Clinic of Farm Animals of Wrocław University of Environmental and Life Sciences successfully completed the
in-vitro fertilization of a domestic cat.
In connection with project execution TEMPUS EFA (English for all), the Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences hosted 23 guests from Israeli and other European universities (including
Cyprus, Germany, Great Britain and Italy).