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THE POLISH SCIENCE VOICE
THE POLISH SCIENCE VOICE


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The Polish Science Voice  
No. 24
The Polish Science Voice

A publication Co-financed by Minister of Science and Higher Education
You may have heard the story before: a foreign company learns about a patent held by two Polish universities. A product manufactured on the basis of this patent has sensational properties and is sought-after on international markets. The foreign company makes a fact-finding trip and comes to the patent holders telling them the following: there are many potential buyers who are asking about the price. The reply is a curious "We don't know."
Prof. Jacek Guliński, vice-president of the Adam Mickiewicz University (UAM) in Poznań and co-founder of the Poznań Science and Technology Park, talks to Piotr Bartosz.
Prof. Jacek Guliński, vice-president of the Adam Mickiewicz University (UAM) in Poznań and co-founder of the Poznań Science and Technology Park, talks to Piotr Bartosz.
The Tissue Bank Department in the southern city of Katowice is among the cleanest places on Earth. More sterile conditions can only be found in outer space.
Medical technology and pharmaceuticals are one of those areas of the economy in which Polish companies can compete with global corporations, experts say. A research and development consortium called the Polish Technology Platform for Innovative Medicine (PPTIM) is stepping up efforts to develop innovative drugs and treatments.
Scientists at the southern University of Silesia have invented a state-of-the-art nickel-titanium implant that can be used in surgical procedures instead of sutures.
An extraordinary antibacterial fabric invented by scientists from the Textile Research Institute in £ód¼ and produced by the Andropol company in Andrychów in southern Poland, is a dream come true for healthcare professionals and a model example of ties between science and business.
One of the oldest technical universities in Poland, the Silesian University of Technology in Gliwice focuses on innovation and the development of new technology. The university is a key scientific and educational institution in Upper Silesia, Poland's most industrialized region and one of the most industrialized areas in Europe.
An extraordinary antibacterial fabric invented by scientists from the Textile Research Institute in £ód¼ and produced by the Andropol company in Andrychów in southern Poland, is a dream come true for healthcare professionals and a model example of ties between science and business.
A nanomachine, also called a nanite, is a mechanical or electromechanical device whose dimensions are measured in nanometers (millionths of a millimeter).
Human history is bound to the history of food people have eaten over the millennia. Finding out what our ancestors ate can help discover who they really were and how they lived. Questions like these are the focus of Polish experimental archeology.
Prof. Piotr Arkuszewski, a surgeon from the central city of £ód¼, has developed and patented a new method for reconstructing eye socket walls with the use of a fabric made from polypropylene and polyester yarn.
Scientists from the Road and Bridge Research Institute in Warsaw have developed a technology for recycling a troublesome variety of waste-car tires, which account for over 70 percent of rubber waste in the world.
Three Polish teams stepped onto the podium of this year's Imagine Cup technology competition for university students organized by global computer giant Microsoft.
Researchers from the £ód¼ University of Technology, the Central Institute for Labor Protection/National Research Institute, and the Arlen SA company have designed a hi-tech firefighter's suit that is equipped with sensors to measure the firefighter's body temperature, temperature under the suit, air temperature, the firefighter's pulse rate, and ECG. The suit is designed to increase the firefighter's safety. The devices measuring the pulse rate, ECG signals and temperature are placed in an elastic girdle that is part of the firefighter's underwear. The devices collect data and transmit them via radio to the monitoring center in the fire engine. The radio transmitter is placed in the jacket and connected to the sensors.
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