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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. 67
The Polish Science Voice

A publication Co-financed by National Center For Research and Development
The Polish Science Voice reports on all manner of collaboration between science and business in Poland, proceeding from the assumption that such collaboration is the foundation of innovation, which, in turn, is the basis of development. We also highlight the people behind such team-ups as well as those who inspired them and those who benefit from these partnerships.
Prof. Krzysztof Jan Kurzydłowski, director of the National Center for Research and Development (NCBiR), talks to Andrzej Jonas and Witold Żygulski.
Every year storm waves erode some 34 hectares of coastal areas in Poland. The costs of protecting the seashore and repairing damage caused by storm waves are high. A scientist from the Maritime University of Szczecin in northwestern Poland has developed a new type of underwater breakwater to suppress sea waves and counteract coastal erosion.
A group of engineers from southern Poland have developed a range of special ballistic shields that are lightweight yet strong enough to withstand armor-piercing ammunition.
Scientists at the Jagiellonian University in Cracow are building an innovative positron emission tomography (PET) scanner that will diagnose diseases such as cancer and heart problems as well as neurological and mental disorders.
A biotechnology student from northern Poland is making a name for himself at home and abroad after inventing an innovative dressing for hard-to-heal wounds.
A total of 114 inventions from 24 research centers from across Poland—ranging from innovative materials for use in hernia surgery, a double-sided USB port, a method to reduce fuel consumption in motor engines, and a method for impregnating fabrics—were submitted to this year’s Student Inventor competition held by the Kielce University of Technology in central Poland for the third time.
Grzegorz Gorczyca, a postgraduate biotechnology student at the Gdańsk University of Technology, is another young Polish inventor who has developed a new-generation wound dressing to help treat wounds that are particularly hard to heal.
A group of researchers at the Military University of Technology (WAT) in Warsaw have designed a laser speed gun to help the police catch speeding motorists.
Marcin Stolarski, a Polish scientist from the Space Research Center of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw, appeared in the world finals of this year’s FameLab international contest for young scientists in Cheltenham, Britain, in June. He did not win the competition, but impressed the judges with his three-minute presentation in which he set out to explain why static from people’s clothes poses a risk to transistors in computers and mobile phones.
A group of Warsaw researchers have set out to sequence 150 human genomes in order to gain a better insight into chemical and biological processes that promote the development of cancer cells as well as diseases such as schizophrenia.
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