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THE POLISH SCIENCE VOICE
THE POLISH SCIENCE VOICE


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The Polish Science Voice  
No. 15
The Polish Science Voice

A publication Co-financed by Minister of Science and Higher Education
Soon after Poland regained its independence after the end of World War I, the country's chief of state at the time, Józef Piłsudski, issued a decree establishing the Polish Patent Office in Warsaw. The decree took effect Dec. 28, 1918, forty-seven days after the country became independent. This year the Polish Patent Office is marking its 90 years, and its head Alicja Adamczak is a special guest of this issue of The Polish Science Voice.
Alicja Adamczak, head of the Polish Patent Office in Warsaw, talks to Tadeusz Belerski
A research consortium known as the Polish Construction Technology Platform (PPTB) coordinates research into technologically advanced building materials in Poland.
Elżbieta Syrda, chairwoman of ASM Centrum Badań i Analiz Rynku Sp. z o.o., a market research and analysis company that coordinates the work of the Polish Construction Technology Platform (PPTB), talks to Danuta Górecka.
The Baltic Sea's ecosystem is on the brink of destruction, warn experts from the international environmental organization World Wildlife Fund (WWF).
The Polkam TBI treatment table, intended for patients undergoing the "total body irradiation" procedure preceding a bone marrow transplant, has been singled out for praise in the latest Teraz Polska (Poland Now) competition, a government-sponsored campaign that aims to promote the country's best products and brands.
Using experience he has gathered abroad, a young Polish researcher in the central city of ŁódĽ is working to develop methods to detect and destroy cancer cells.
A Polish chemist in the port city of Gdańsk is seeking new ways to tackle the problem of corrosion, which poses a serious problem for the construction industry.
As the excavation season comes to an end, Polish archeologists, geologists and paleontologists are heading back to their laboratories to analyze and describe their finds.
The Warsaw School of Economics (SGH), founded in 1906, is a leading business school in Europe that produces more than 2,000 graduates every year. One in three economists working in Poland graduated from the Warsaw School of Economics.
Prof. Adam Budnikowski, head of the Warsaw School of Economics:
A growing number of Polish universities are interested in selling the results of their research work.
A team of archaeologists is digging on the site of the Police Academy in Legionowo near Warsaw to uncover the remains of an ancient Germanic cemetery dating from the 1st century AD.
Poland ranked second after China at this year's International Olympiad in Informatics, which ended in Egypt Aug. 23.
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