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THE POLISH SCIENCE VOICE
THE POLISH SCIENCE VOICE


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The Polish Science Voice  
No. 63
The Polish Science Voice

A publication Co-financed by National Center For Research and Development
One in three elderly people has difficulty breathing. This is largely due to chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, which the World Health Organization says is the fourth-biggest cause of death around the world. The chances are that by 2020 it will become one of the top five medical factors affecting quality of life, according to Janusz Mroczka, a professor at the Wrocław University of Technology in southwestern Poland.
Poland’s science and higher education minister, Barbara Kudrycka, talks to Danuta Górecka and Andrzej Jonas.
Prof. Adam Gacek, from the Institute of Medical Technology and Equipment (ITAM) in the southern city of Zabrze, talks to Karolina Olszewska.
Patients with lung disease, especially asthma, require continuous monitoring. This is made easier by a new device designed by Polish researchers that enables patients to conduct self-diagnostic tests and send the results to their doctor for evaluation.
Researchers from the Gdańsk University of Technology have developed a set of computer applications that enable paralyzed people to send emails, turn on lights and even tour the world in virtual reality. The invention, called Cyber-eye, also helps diagnose and treat patients in a coma.
A Polish researcher has helped American scientists build a special grape-size probe that allows for early detection of esophageal cancer quickly and without causing discomfort for the patient.
A new-generation wound dressing and an innovative child car safety seat are among Polish inventions that won gold medals at the 16th Archimedes invention and innovation show in Moscow April 2-5.
British company Simcyp Limited has paid zl.1.5 million for the rights to a method for the computer-based assessment of drug cardiotoxicity developed by Polish researchers at the Jagiellonian University Medical College in Cracow. Cardiotoxicity is a potential side effect of drugs involving damage to the heart caused by toxins.
A group of physicists and astronomers from the Jagiellonian University in Cracow have patented an innovative system to track and forecast thunderstorms around the world in real time.
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