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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. 37
The Polish Science Voice

A publication Co-financed by Minister of Science and Higher Education
The Polish Academic Business Forum has for years been building ties between business and science. The Polish Science Voice has a similar mission. Almost all the reports in this issue focus on these ties, which seem to be a key factor behind development in the modern world. This is well illustrated by our reports on two Polish universities of technology, in Poznań and Lublin, as well as by a report on an organization called the Polish Technology Platform for Occupational Safety, which aims to improve Poland’s statistics when it comes to accidents at work and occupational diseases.
Krzysztof Krystowski, vice-president for Eastern Europe at Italy’s Avio Group and CEO of its Polish subsidiary Avio Polska, talks to Piotr Bartosz.
An organization called the Polish Technology Platform for Occupational Safety aims to improve Poland’s statistics when it comes to accidents at work and occupational diseases.
An international team of scientists is conducting a research project aiming to answer the fundamental question of why there is matter in the universe. The project, called the WASA Experiment, involves a group of Polish researchers from the Andrzej So³tan Institute for Nuclear Studies in ¦wierk near Warsaw.
Central and Eastern Europe’s first synchrotron, a giant machine that produces radiation hundreds of thousands of times more intense than sunlight, is under construction in Cracow.
Scientists from the Coating Engineering Faculty at the £ód¼ University of Technology are working to develop a technology to produce nanocomposite, low-friction coatings based on carbon (graphite) and molybdenum disulfide.
Tens of thousands of chemical and biochemical experiments can be conducted daily with the use of a microflow system the size of a credit card, developed at the Polish Academy of Sciences’ Institute of Physical Chemistry in Warsaw. The device has been tested in research on the effectiveness of antibiotic mixtures
Proteon Pharmaceuticals, a £ód¼-based company that is conducting advanced research to produce a bacteriophage-based preparation to prevent salmonella infections in farm animals, was named the third most innovative biotechnology company in Central and Eastern Europe at this year’s BioForum fair in £ód¼.
Almost 60 years old, the Lublin University of Technology is a major center of education and technical consulting in the eastern Lublin region. The university’s importance is growing as it takes an active part in the region’s socioeconomic life.
With nine departments, 25 courses, almost 20,000 students, more than 1,000 teachers, and almost 80,000 graduates, the Poznań University of Technology is the largest technical university in the western region of Wielkopolska.
Scientists from the Technical University of £ód¼ have developed an original method to improve cotton fabrics with nanoparticles of silver. Such textiles retain antibacterial properties even after they have been washed 50 times.
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