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The Warsaw Voice » Polish Science Voice » November 19, 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  
No. 29
The Polish Science Voice

A publication Co-financed by Minister of Science and Higher Education
Prof. Wojciech J. Stec, a chemist and vice-president of the Polish Academy of Sciences (PAN), talks to Julia Pawłowska.
As I grow older, I sometimes wonder what thoughts and associations young people today have when they hear words like "library." Does this word still conjure up the image of a quiet, dim interior conducive to research and study, with rows of tables and shelves filled with books-a room with an atmosphere of solemnity and concentration, a hint of mysticism and a faint smell of old paper? For my generation, the library used to be a secular temple of word and thought.
Polish pharmaceutical company Adamed has launched the final stage of work on a new drug for treating type-2 diabetes and its complications. After five years of tests and experiments, several patents and the successful completion of pre-clinical trials, Adamed has now gone ahead with clinical tests.
In a bid to spur the development of rail transportation in Poland, a group of institutions and companies has set up a research and development consortium called the Polish Rail Technology Platform (PPTTS).
Marek Kozicki, a Ph.D. at the ŁódĽ University of Technology has designed an innovative gel detector that makes it possible to destroy a cancerous tumor through radiation therapy without damaging the surrounding tissue.
The Silesian Library in the southern city of Katowice is pressing ahead with a zl.7.2 million project in which its most valuable historic collections will be "digitized" and made available on the internet.
A group of research institutions led by the Wrocław University of Technology aims to upgrade a drug and cosmetic production method based on biotransformations, or reactions involving living organisms and enzymes.
Adrian Kosowski and Filip Murlak, two Ph.Ds. dealing with information technology, have won plaudits for their innovative research and unconventional approach to computer science.
Prof. Marek Grad from the Institute of Geophysics at the University of Warsaw has developed a new digital geological map of Europe-or more specifically a map of the depth of the Moho boundary separating the Earth's crust from the mantle.
A team of researchers at the Warsaw University of Technology is working to develop new types of bone implants.
Warsaw environmental biologist Łukasz Drewniak is working to identify microorganisms responsible for contaminating water with arsenic. Many countries around the world face this problem, Drewniak says, and scientists have been working hard to discover bacterial strains that could be used for the biological treatment of areas contaminated with arsenic compounds.
The Polish-Japanese Institute of Information Technology in Warsaw, now marking its 15th year, provides an education in science and arts to those interested in Japanese culture. The institute comprises an Academic Business Incubator, a Japanese language exam center, aikido classes and clubs for fans of Japanese animations (anime) and comics (manga).
The International Whaling Commission (IWC) was set up in Washington Dec. 2, 1946, under the International Convention for the Regulation of Whaling. The idea of the convention is to provide for the proper conservation of whale stocks.
The Pomerania Science and Technology Park in Gdynia will receive zl.85.8 million for enlargement as part of the nationwide Innovative Economy Operational Program.
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