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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. 44
The Polish Science Voice

A publication Co-financed by The Medical University of Warsaw
A consortium of 10 research centers teaming up to conduct interdisciplinary studies ranging from fundamental research to developing new methods for diagnosing and treating diseases of the nervous system, cancer, as well as circulatory and age-related diseases. This is the shortest description of a major investment project under way in Warsaw, called the Centre for Preclinical Research and Technology (CePT).
Prof. Sławomir Majewski, vice-rector for science and international relations at the Medical University of Warsaw, talks to Karolina Olszewska.
The Medical University of Warsaw (WUM) boasts a 200-year history of working for the development of medical sciences and pioneering achievements in healthcare. The university’s success in higher education has been based on continual development and innovation.
The Medical University of Warsaw is one of the oldest medical universities in Poland. For more than two centuries, it has been committed to training the country’s top professionals in medical and pharmaceutical sciences. The university is a leading institution of higher education and has an established position in Poland, Europe and elsewhere.
Work to launch the Centre for Preclinical Research and Technology is under way in Warsaw in what marks the largest biomedical and biotechnology project in Central and Eastern Europe to date.
The University of Warsaw (UW) prides itself on being Poland’s best and largest university. For many years, it has topped various league tables of Poland’s institutions of higher education. The university has 3,200 teachers and almost 60,000 students enrolled on 37 courses and pursuing more than 100 majors.
The Polish Academy of Sciences’ Institute of Biochemistry and Biophysics (IBB PAN) was founded in 1957. The institute has around 260 employees and 120 PhD students.
The Polish Academy of Sciences’ Institute of Fundamental Technological Research (IPPT PAN) conducts high-quality research in a variety of areas that are at the center of interest in science and technology across the world.
The Mossakowski Medical Research Centre in Warsaw is the largest institute of the Sixth Department of Medical Sciences at the Polish Academy of Sciences. The institute pursues both experimental and clinical research.
The Warsaw-based International Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology (MIBMiK), established in 1999, is one of the country’s most modern research institutes focusing on fundamental biomedical research.
The Nencki Institute of Experimental Biology in Warsaw, part of the Polish Academy of Sciences (PAN), is one of the largest non-university centers dealing with biological research in Poland. It began operating in 1918.
The Warsaw University of Technology is the oldest technical university in Poland. It has trained generations of engineers for over 180 years. Combining tradition with innovation, the university has made a major contribution to the development of technical sciences.
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