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THE POLISH SCIENCE VOICE
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The Polish Science Voice  
No. 48
The Polish Science Voice

A publication Co-financed by National Center For Research and Development
Prof. Marek Godlewski, Ph.D., coordinator of a project aiming to develop new quantum semiconductor nanostructures for use in biology and medicine, talks to Karolina Olszewska.
Marcin Sarzyński, Ph.D., a researcher at the Polish Academy of Sciences’ Institute of High Pressure Physics in Warsaw, is studying new methods to enable manufacturers to avoid significant losses of gallium nitride during the production of blue and green light-emitting diodes.
The Institute of Physical Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw has received a 3.3-million-euro grant under the Research Potential initiative of the European Union’s 7th Framework Program.
The Institute of Electron Technology in Warsaw has developed technology to produce the newest brand of semiconductor lasers, called cascade lasers. These mid-infrared lasers are three times more powerful than their predecessors. The new devices pave the way for promising industrial and medical applications, researchers say.
Vortices are phenomena most commonly associated with the movement of water and so it is difficult to imagine a vortex inside a crystal. But when something is hard to imagine, it does not mean it is impossible.
How to check the performance of power facilities without stopping production? How to modernize streetcar and subway tracks so as to prevent damage to historic buildings from vibration?
The National Center for Research and Development will provide zl.300 million for the development of innovative aerospace technology—possibly even for building prototype aircraft—under an agreement with an organization called the Polish Aerospace Technology Platform.
Adam Rylski, Ph.D., director of the International Federation of Inventors’ Associations and a research worker at the Technical University of ŁódĽ, talks to Danuta K. Gruszczyńska
A researcher at the Medical University of Gdańsk in northern Poland has developed and is applying a natural cell therapy that could replace drugs which weaken the immune system.
Aerospace buffs and model makers affiliated in an organization known as the Polish Rocketry Society (PTR) aim to help create a range of professional research rockets that will be used in scientific experiments and student projects. The society’s members have already built rockets that have broken the sound barrier.
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