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The Polish Science Voice  
No. 51
The Polish Science Voice

A publication Co-financed by National Center For Research and Development
Quality is the name of the game in today’s competitive food sector. The aim is tasty and healthy food, or healthy and tasty, if you prefer. At the same time food is expected to be produced as inexpensively as possible. This is a task for researchers—including Polish scientists equipped with funds under the European Union’s Innovative Economy Operational Program.
Prof. Jarosław Horbańczuk, director of the Polish Academy of Sciences’ Institute of Genetics and Animal Breeding in Jastrzębiec near Warsaw, talks to Karolina Olszewska.
Emilia Bagnicka, a researcher with a postdoctoral degree at the Institute of Genetics and Animal Breeding who manages the Bio-Center project, talks to The Polish Science Voice.
A team of Polish researchers working as part of the Biogratex project has designed an innovative production line for the manufacturing of non-woven fabrics from biodegradable thermoplastic polymers. Unlike many other materials, these biodegradable fabrics take only six months or so to completely break down in the environment, experts say.
Researchers from the Institute of Biopolymers and Chemical Fibers in ŁódĽ have developed biodegradable agro-textiles containing a polysaccharide called chitosan. Vegetables, fruit and ornamental plants grown using this natural product yield better crops and grow faster.
A company set up by a Gdańsk researcher uses proprietary know-how to help industrial plants that use friendly bacteria in their production processes. The researcher and his team are ready to spring into action if a factory is suddenly invaded by bacteriophages—viruses that devour bacteria.
It resembles an ordinary speed camera, but is far smarter: the Comprehensive Intelligent Vehicle Identification System is a tool that helps find stolen cars, aids border guards and checks whether trucks are overloaded.
Poland’s first automated online assistant appeared on the website of the city of Gdynia in April. With a pleasant female voice, it answers the most frequently asked questions from customers.
The Pomeranian Science and Technology Park in the northern Polish city of Gdynia has been designated as an official candidate to host the 2014 World Conference of the International Association of Science Parks (IASP).
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