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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. 35
The Polish Science Voice

A publication Co-financed by Minister of Science and Higher Education
Can a cat’s eye and a rat’s whisker help explain the mysteries of the human brain? For scientists, this sounds like a routine research question. For a layman it promises a journey into the fascinating world of scientific research and discoveries that have become possible thanks to new experiments and state-of-the-art equipment.
Prof. Andrzej Wróbel, Neurophysiology Department head at the Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology in Warsaw, talks to Julia Pawłowska.
A Martian robotic vehicle designed and built by a group of Polish students took third place in the annual University Rover Challenge, an international competition for space exploration vehicles that was held in the U.S. state of Utah in early June.
Cracow’s Jagiellonian University (UJ), the oldest institution of higher education in Poland, has renovated and reopened its historic gardens after a hiatus of more than two centuries.
Prof. Robert Hasterok, a cytogeneticist at the University of Silesia’s Faculty of Biology and Environmental Protection in Katowice, talks to Ewa Dereń.
Scientists at the Textile Research Institute in ŁódĽ have created a carpet that keeps house dust mites at bay. The invention promises to ease the lives of many people allergic to these tiny creatures.
A group of doctors in Warsaw are testing a pioneering method to treat patients with “incurable” liver cancer. Thanks to precisely targeted radiation therapy, the doctors say they have been able to achieve the impossible—extend the lives of patients who have failed to respond to any other treatment methods known to contemporary medicine.
Physicians from across the world flock to the Polish mountain resort of Zakopane to learn an innovative lung cancer staging method developed by Dr. Marcin Zieliński, a surgeon and director of the town’s Specialist Pulmonary Hospital
Scientists at the Medical University of Lublin in eastern Poland have developed a new composite biomaterial to regenerate bone tissue. Clinical trials on animals show that the material may mark a breakthrough in dentistry and orthopedics, the scientists say.
Predicting floods and preventing flood damage are among the aims of a research project launched in January by a group of institutions in the southern Silesia region.
As well as training medical students, the Pomeranian Medical University (PAM) in the northwestern city of Szczecin is known internationally for its research on stem cells, genetics, biochemistry and pharmacology
A center for stem cell research will be established in the northwestern city of Szczecin in a project managed by Prof. Mariusz Ratajczak at the Pomeranian Medical University
The University of Silesia in Katowice has received zl.4 million in European Union funding to launch undergraduate and graduate studies in biotechnology
In a flood emergency, it takes four men and an agonizing 12 hours of work to fill enough sandbags to build a 100 meter long and half meter high dike. A machine built by Sopot-based inventor Lech Michalczewski can do the same in one hour.
A growing number of science and technology parks are springing up across Poland to benefit from a wealth of European Union funds set aside for innovation and new technology
Researchers from the Poznań Archeological Museum, led by Marek Chłodnicki, Ph.D., have completed investigations on a large Meroitic burial mound at Hagar el-Beida in Sudan. Each part of the richly furnished burial chamber, including the vault, was built of sun-dried mud bricks and it is the first mound of this kind discovered in the area of the fourth cataract of the Nile, according to the archeologists.
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