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The Polish government may face further complications in the ongoing dispute with the EU, the daily Dziennik Gazeta Prawna wrote against the background of the approaching visit of the Council of Europe delegation to Warsaw.
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The Polish Science Voice  
No 11
The Polish Science Voice

A publication Co-financed by Minister of Science and Higher Education
Can eating frankfurters help prevent cancer and hypertension? What if these frankfurters are stuffed with cabbage? A group of researchers from the Gdańsk University of Technology headed by Dr. Agnieszka Bartoszek have developed original recipes for meats that combine traditional flavors with healthy extracts from cabbage.
"What rules here? Physics," says the sign that welcomes visitors to the Garden of Experience, Cracow's interactive science park that is the first of its kind in Poland and has won an award in a competition for the best tourist site in the country.
Lesław Gajek, a professor of mathematics at the Technical University of ŁódĽ and an expert in actuarial sciences and pension plans, talks to Urszula Imienińska
Information technology will in the near future play a key role in the Polish economy and to a large extent determine how competitive the country is internationally, experts say. An organization known as the Polish Platform for Information Technology (PPTI) aims to help the government increase the use of IT technology in public administration.
Prof. Ryszard Tadeusiewicz has received an honorary doctorate from the Cracow University of Economics. Tadeusiewicz has been setting the pace in such rapidly developing fields as biocybernetics, automation, robotics and information technology for more than 30 years, largely through the boldness of his vision and the breadth of his interests.
A good scientist should never try to suppress their childlike curiosity about the surrounding world; curiosity is the most important thing for a researcher, says Andrzej Sobolewski, a professor at the Polish Academy of Sciences' Institute of Physics in Warsaw who specializes in molecular photophysics.
Andrzej Nowicki, a professor at the Warsaw Institute of Fundamental Technological Research (IPPT), has received an award from the Foundation for Polish Science for his work on ultrasound equipment that shows blood flow in color.
Three Polish scientists have received honorary doctorates from the National University of Veterinary Medicine and Biotechnology in Lviv, Ukraine, to mark 550 years of veterinary science in that country this year.
The Polish government is determined to go ahead with a reform of the country's research institutions this year and follow up with far-reaching changes to the higher education system next year.
Combining science and business is one way of developing a career in Poland. The Jagiellonian University Center for Innovation, Technology Transfer and Development (CITTRU) in Cracow offers just such an opportunity.
Students from a technical high school in the south-central Polish city of Częstochowa regularly win awards at technology competitions at home and abroad, outperforming both young and adult inventors.
A team of aerospace engineering students from the Warsaw University of Technology have designed and built a model aircraft that won third prize in this year's Aero Design West international collegiate competition in Fort Worth, Texas, in the United States. The Polish students are members of the Warsaw campus branch of the American Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE).
The Robotic Life Companion is a work in progress by an international team that includes scientists from the Wrocław University of Technology. The companion has been designed to smile, tell jokes, serve coffee, recognize its owner and even pick up on his or her moods.
Can eating frankfurters help prevent cancer and high blood pressure? A group of scientists from the Gdańsk University of Technology in northern Poland seem to think so.
The Technical University of ŁódĽ is one of the largest technical colleges in Poland, with 1,550 teachers, including more than 280 professors, and 21,000 students.
This year's expedition of the Polish Archeological Mission to Iran and Central Asia has made a sensational discovery. Archeologists working on the Mele Hairam site in the Sarakhs oasis in southern Turkmenistan unearthed finds that rank among the biggest discoveries in the history of archeology in the area. Polish archeologists led by Prof. Barbara Kaim uncovered the best conserved temple yet of the cult of fire dating from the Parthian and Sasanian periods (2nd-7th century AD).
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