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The Warsaw Voice » Polish Science Voice » September 16, 2009
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

A publication Co-financed by Minister of Science and Higher Education
Krzysztof Pietrusewicz, PhD Eng., from the Electrical Engineering Department of the Control Engineering Institute at the West Pomeranian University of Technology in the northwestern city of Szczecin, talks to Piotr Bartosz.
A flying robot controlled by head movements that makes Full-HD movies, an infrared terminal that identifies people from the pattern of their veins, an intelligent pen to combat dyslexia, systems for controlling computers with the eyes and lips, a device for keeping the water in your swimming pool clean, bulletproof vests, ultra-sensitive cameras for astronomy-all these innovative products and technologies were on display at the Science for the Economy Show in Poznań in June. The show was part of the Innovations, Technologies, Machines Poland 2009 trade fair.
A government think tank has compiled a report to initiate public debate on what needs to be done to improve the quality of life in Poland in the next 20 years.
A few years ago, I asked the Polish prime minister at the time if his tight schedule allowed him to take his eyes off his day-to-day business and look into the future on occasion. The politician said no.
Iwona Gil, a Ph.D. student at the Silesian University of Technology in Gliwice, southern Poland, won the Topical Issues of Subsoil Usage international competition for young researchers in St. Petersburg, Russia, April 22-24. Gil's work may help reduce the greenhouse effect worldwide.
Grzegorz Brona, D.Sc., a researcher at the University of Warsaw and co-owner of Creotech Ltd. company, talks to Piotr Bartosz.
A Martian robotic vehicle designed and built by students from the Warsaw University of Technology won praise for its durable structure and quality from the organizers and judges of the annual University Rover Challenge 2009 (URC) competition of space exploration vehicles. This international competition was organized by the Mars Society on a desert in the U.S. state of Utah in early June.
Polish nuclear chemists have come up with an idea to use radiation to treat flue gases generated by power plants.
Prof. Jerzy Leszczyński, a graduate of the Wrocław University of Technology in southwestern Poland, has won the prestigious U.S. Presidential Award for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering Mentoring (PAESMEM).
Researchers at the Foundation for Cardiac Surgery Development (FRK) in the southern city of Zabrze have built a prototype device to help children with severe heart problems.
Clean coal technology is the new challenge for Poland's energy sector as the country strives to meet international environmental standards while continuing to use coal, its main source of energy.
Researchers in the southern city of Zabrze have set out to develop a technology to produce high-quality coke in an "intelligent coking plant."
The government is thinking of merging two institutes dealing with atomic energy to establish a single Institute for Nuclear Research in ¦wierk near Warsaw.
With 33,000 students in 15 departments and more than 2,000 teachers, the state-run University of Science and Technology (AGH) in Cracow is number two among Poland's technical schools of higher education. The university is marking its 90 years this fall.
Polish scientists are learning the ropes of intellectual property management. Today the whole world is bending over backwards to make sure that intellectual property is properly utilized, promoted and protected, says Prof. Józef Modelski, director of the Warsaw University of Technology's Institute of Radioelectronics.
The remains of a complex of medieval wells that supplied water to residents but also served as coolers have been discovered during construction work in the center of Bytom, a city in the southern Silesia province.
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