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The Polish Science Voice  
No 9
The Polish Science Voice

A publication Co-financed by Minister of Science and Higher Education
If we take our eyes off our immediate concerns and focus on what may happen some 20, 30 years from now, we will see the real problems of countries such as Poland more clearly. Many of these problems can be avoided if we begin to invest in intellectual capital. Efforts to develop intellectual capital today will produce results in some two or three decades.
Prof. Ryszard Pregiel, president of the Polish Chamber of Commerce for High Technology, a new business organization that aims to promote the development of technology and innovation in Poland, talks to Ewa Dereń.
Better staff at better universities-this is the key goal of the government's latest reforms planned for Poland's higher education system. The reforms aim to change the country's traditional academic career models and improve the way in which schools are organized.
Coal is the foundation of the Polish power sector, yet it also makes the country one of the world's largest emitters of carbon dioxide. But this is bound to change because Poland is determined to outpace other European Union nations in applying what is known as clean coal technology.
Inframet, a producer of hi-tech measuring apparatus used in optoelectronic research, is one of just a few firms in Poland that are run by researchers who concurrently pursue academic careers. Inframet is a founding member of the Polish Chamber of Commerce for High Technology.
Government plans to overhaul the country's research and higher education systems have sparked a controversy over moves to abolish Poland's post-doctoral degrees, but many intellectuals say wide-ranging reforms to academia are badly needed.
Poland is being allocated nearly 1 billion euros from the European Union's Human Resources Operational Program to improve standards in higher education and to train R&D staff.
Warsaw cosmetics company Laboratorium Kosmetyczne Dr Irena Eris is one of the largest founding members of the Polish Chamber of Commerce for High Technology.
Oregano enriches the flavor of tomato sauce, juniper is a welcome addition to marinated meat, and sauerkraut tastes best with cumin. No dish is complete without herbs and spices. But seasonings need to be healthy in addition to having the right flavor, aroma and color. All your favorite spices have to be purified before you buy them.
Polish refineries are working to produce more fuels with "biocomponents" in order to comply with environmental regulations.
Krzysztof Pawłowski, Ph.D., founder and longtime president of Wyższa Szkoła Biznesu/National-Louis University in Nowy Sącz, southern Poland, talks to Tadeusz Belerski.
Polish archeologists have been digging up the mysteries of the ancient Incas in South America.
Wyższa Szkoła Biznesu/National-Louis University is a major Polish business school based in the southern city of Nowy Sącz. The school began operating on Oct. 1, 1991 as Sądecko-Podhalańska Szkoła Biznesu. Eight months later it signed an agreement with National-Louis University, an American school based in and around Chicago, Illinois, and was subsequently renamed.
Polish archeologists from the University of Warsaw's Mediterranean Archeology Center have found temple remains dating back some 5,000 years in Syria. The archeologists, led by Prof. Piotr Bieliński, came across the temple, the largest building of its kind from that period, while researching the ruins of the ancient city of Tell Arbid in the northeast of the country, one of the best architectural examples of the Nineveh V period. The temple walls are almost two meters thick and, like the rest of the city, were made of brick.
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