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THE POLISH SCIENCE VOICE
THE POLISH SCIENCE VOICE


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The Polish Science Voice  
No 7
The Polish Science Voice

A publication Co-financed by Minister of Science and Higher Education
When a new government is elected, the usual question about policy changes simply has to be asked. No wonder the special guest in this year's first issue of The Polish Science Voice is the new minister of science and higher education, Prof. Barbara Kudrycka. In our interview, she confirms that the Polish scientific and educational community faces the same problems her predecessor, Prof. Michał Seweryński, tried to deal with.
Prof. Barbara Kudrycka, science and higher education minister, talks to Danuta Górecka.
A small PR firm in the southern city of Katowice has played a key role in helping Polish researchers and innovators bag many major prizes at exhibitions abroad.
Polish astronomers are star performers when it comes to spotting planets outside our solar system.
Polish electronic engineer and IT specialist Olgierd Mikosza has invented a public transport system that may soon see passengers gliding along in electric gondolas 10 meters in the air.
The Foundation for Polish Science granted zl.300,000 to 12 professors as part of its Mistrz (Master) program at a ceremony held in Warsaw Nov. 22. The grants, to be paid out in three zl.100,000 annual installments, are intended to help the recipients carry out scientific research projects with their younger colleagues.
A Polish discovery in the field of medical technology, a spectrometric system for the early detection and diagnosis of cancer, won a top prize at the 2007 Brussels Eureka World Exhibition of Innovation, Research and New Technologies.
A patent is an essential business tool in today's marketplace where the rule of thumb is that a good product will always get copied.
The Jagiellonian University is not only the oldest but also the best known and largest institution in Cracow.
The European Union's Human Resources operational program has set aside some 2.7 billion euros to finance various education projects in Poland.
The Arctic and the Antarctic are usually associated with long polar nights, freezing temperatures, lots of snow and dangerous expeditions. Anyone who sets foot here can expect both beauty and adventure. This region is usually lit up solely by the moon and stars during the polar night and only then if the weather permits. But the northern lights occasionally illuminate the landscape which can make for a spectacular sight.
Archeologists found a chess set dating from the turn of the 11th century in Sandomierz in the southeast of Poland. The finding is the oldest to date and comprises almost a complete set of chessmen and pawns. "This is one of the most spectacular finds of a medieval chess set," says Agnieszka Stempin, an archeologist from the Archeological Museum in Poznań.
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