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The Polish Science Voice  
No. 64
The Polish Science Voice

A publication Co-financed by National Center For Research and Development
In The Polish Science Voice, we regularly highlight a variety of innovative projects undertaken by Polish researchers together with industrial partners. Many of these projects develop into full-fledged businesses and produce results that eventually find their way onto both the domestic and international market. In this issue, Prof. Marek Orkisz, rector of the Rzeszów University of Technology in southeastern Poland, talks about his university’s involvement in research into micro air vehicles—tiny unmanned aircraft, or drones, without a human pilot on board and which can be used for a host of both military and civilian applications. Specifically, Orkisz talks about two research projects undertaken in Rzeszów: one involving a micro air vehicle referred to as a “flying research platform” and the other focusing on on-board equipment for such a vehicle.
Prof. Marek Orkisz, rector of the Rzeszów University of Technology in southeastern Poland, talks to Danuta Górecka.
Poland’s largest builder of luxury sailboats, Delphia Yachts is a household name for many sailors around the world. Many associate the brand with quality, durability and user comfort.
Wojciech Kot, co-owner of the Delphia Yachts company, the largest builder of luxury yachts in Poland, talks to Magdalena Łasak.
The newly opened Biological and Chemical Research Center (CENT III) at the University of Warsaw aims to conduct research in areas such as biotechnology, chemical and biochemical technology and environmental protection, in addition to pharmaceutical sciences, medicine and energy. Ultimately the center will be home to more than 130 modern laboratories with top-caliber equipment.
Bartosz Barłowski, a Poznań-based businessman and one of the designers of the Rapcraft three-dimensional printer, talks to Olga Majewska.
Researchers from the southwestern city of Wrocław have found a way to enrich eggs laid by hens. Although these new, enhanced eggs taste the same as ordinary eggs, they are healthier, the researchers say, because they contain more vitamins and omega-3 fatty acids. The researchers also aim to use these new, fortified eggs to obtain dietary supplements useful in preventing and treating diseases such as osteoporosis, Alzheimer’s disease, depression and cancer.
Is it possible to build a device that would guide the blind in the same way as a guide dog does? A device developed by a group of Polish researchers warns blind people about obstacles in their path.
Several young researchers in the western city of Poznań have received special Innovation Vouchers to buy research equipment and expert advice from seasoned scientists as part of a program run by the Academic Innovation and Technology Transfer Center (SCITT).
A group of chemists from the University of Warsaw has identified two chemical compounds based on silver that could be used to build a new type of superconductor capable of substantially reducing electricity transmission losses.
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