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THE POLISH SCIENCE VOICE
THE POLISH SCIENCE VOICE


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The Polish Science Voice  
No. 31
The Polish Science Voice

A publication Co-financed by Minister of Science and Higher Education
A shortage of money is usually the main obstacle to change in Polish science, closely followed by inefficient legal regulations and red tape. Another stumbling block is the attitude of decision makers, which is largely shaped by their habits and mind set.
Prof. Tadeusz Luty, honorary chairman of the Conference of Rectors of Polish Academic Schools and former rector of the Wrocław University of Technology, talks to Piotr Bartosz.
A faculty for Polish studies will be launched at Columbia University in New York City in September if the necessary paperwork is completed on time, the Foundation for Polish Science (FNP) has announced.
The best form of investment in the future of science, the economy and society is to make funding available to young researchers, says the National Center for Research and Development (NCBiR), which has promised to allocate millions of zlotys to the winners of its Lider (Leader) contest
Young Ph.D.s Sławomir Gruszczyński, Mariusz Rudziński, Łukasz Kulas and Adam Lamęcki are pursuing research projects to develop new electronic technology with funds from the National Center for Research and Development (NCBiR).
A group of researchers committed to fighting plant diseases and parasites are among the winners of the National Center for Research and Development’s LIDER (Leader) program.
A group of Polish researchers are working to develop new, more resistant materials for the production of cars and protective equipment for law enforcement services.
Work to develop new, technologically-advanced alloys is in progress to offset the harm done to Poland’s nonferrous metals market by the global economic crisis.
A team of researchers led by Prof. Grzegorz Węgrzyn at the University of Gdańsk’s Department of Molecular Biology have developed the world’s first drug to treat Sanfilippo syndrome, a genetic disease that was incurable until now.
A course in biomathematics, based on the computer modeling of biological processes taking place in both single cells and complex structures, is now available from the Gdańsk University of Technology’s Faculty of Applied Physics and Mathematics
During a recent solar activity minimum, the Sun was the dimmest X-ray star within a 23-light-year radius of the Earth, according to measurements by scientists at the Space Research Center of the Polish Academy of Sciences. These measurements were carried out using the Polish-built super-sensitive SphinX instrument, located on board the orbiting Coronas-Photon solar observatory
Researchers at the Polish Academy of Sciences’ (PAN) Space Research Center in Warsaw are working to build a “geological penetrator” for Russian space mission Phobos Soil. As part of the mission, a sample of soil from Phobos, one of Mars’ moons, should land on Earth in a few years.
A joint Polish-British team of scientists has conducted experiments that aim to push the limits of measurement technology.
Two Polish scientists are conducting experiments that aim to produce a stable atomic state in which electrons would orbit the nucleus in a manner reminiscent of the behavior of some asteroids.
Polish archeologists led by Prof. Michał Kobusiewicz from the Poznań Institute of Archeology and Ethnology—part of the Polish Academy of Sciences (PAN)—have uncovered a number of ancient hillside carvings in the Dakhla Oasis in Egypt’s Western Desert.
The Regional Forest Authority in the eastern city of Białystok is undertaking a project to protect the lesser spotted eagle in the Białowieska and Knyszyńska forests in northeastern Poland under the auspices of the European Union’s Natura 2000 program. Natura 2000 is an ecological network of protected areas across the EU.
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