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The Polish Science Voice  
No. 21
The Polish Science Voice

A publication Co-financed by Minister of Science and Higher Education
Prof. Stanisław Karpiński, a biotechnologist who has returned to work in Poland after nearly two decades abroad, talks to Julia Pawłowska.
Undeterred by bureaucratic snarl-ups, public suspicion and a shortage of funds, a group of businesses and research institutions are working to spur the development of biotechnology in Poland.
By Michal Jeziorski
A fresh inflow of foreign investment into Poland has boosted demand for technical specialists, mostly civil engineers, architects, automation experts, electronics engineers, programmers and graphic designers.
How long does it take to build a temporary "cottage" or a makeshift shelter for the victims of an earthquake or a fire? The answer is 15 minutes-if you use an exceptional web-like fabric developed by Prof. Marek Snycerski from the Institute of Textile Architecture of the Technical University of ŁódĽ. Snycerski has won a gold medal for his fabric at an invention exhibition in Brussels.
Easily digestible, with low fat content, no cholesterol, no preservatives, and a lot of water-these are some of the benefits of a new type of instant noodles invented by researchers in the western city of Poznań.
The story of biotechnology expert Stanisław Karpiński, who has returned to Poland after 19 years of working abroad, speaks volumes about how Polish science has changed over the past two decades.
An office building that goes into hibernation on weekends and resumes its functions on workdays is no longer science fiction. Such an innovative energy-efficient building can be found within the Euro-Centrum Science and Technology Park in Katowice, southern Poland.
In July next year, Poland will host the world finals of the Imagine Cup computer technology competition held annually by U.S.-based IT giant Microsoft Corporation.
Students from the Faculty of Law and Administration of the Jagiellonian University in Cracow came in third in this year's International Commercial Mediation Competition held by the International Chamber of Commerce.
Glass vessels, amphorae, decorated metal objects, and a sandstone basin with external wall surfaces covered with sculptures and paintings are some of the items that have been discovered in Old Dongola, Sudan, by Polish archeologists from the University of Warsaw Center of Mediterranean Archeology. The finds date to the Makurian Kingdom period.
Institutions running technology clusters in Poland are eligible for financial support under the European Union's Innovation Express (IE) program. The funds are intended to help these institutions establish and expand their ties with foreign partners.
The University of Gdańsk, founded in 1970, is the largest institution of higher education in the northern Pomerania region and a leading Polish research center for oceanography, molecular biology, biotechnology and quantum physics. The university's motto is in mari via tua, or "Your Path is Through the Sea."
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