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THE POLISH SCIENCE VOICE
THE POLISH SCIENCE VOICE


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The Polish Science Voice  
No. 70
The Polish Science Voice

A publication Co-financed by National Center For Research and Development
In an exclusive interview with The Warsaw Voice, Deputy Prime Minister and Infrastructure and Development Minister Elżbieta Bieńkowska has said that new medical technology could be among the specialties in which Poland could excel in the world. Bieńkowska is responsible for the strategic development of the country, including overseeing the spending of funds that Poland receives from the European Union under the Cohesion Policy. In the previous EU budget covering the 2007-2013 period Poland was allotted 80 billion euros. In the next EU budget, covering the period from 2014 to 2020, this amount increased to 100 billion euros. A sizable part of these funds is spent on innovation.
Inventor Michał Mikulski, who has built a robotic device that helps people with muscular dystrophy and multiple sclerosis to move their limbs, talks to Karolina Olszewska.
Polish scientists have developed an innovative method for culturing human skin to enable fast and effective treatment of hard-healing wounds caused by burns or resulting from diabetes.
Polish scientists have genetically modified several pigs so that their body parts can be harvested for use in human patients. The modified pigs have a combination of genes that makes them genetically closer to humans, the researchers say. As a result, the human immune system will be less likely to reject the animals’ body parts and organs during a transplant.
Carbon dioxide is mostly known for being a greenhouse gas and hence a major environmental problem. For Warsaw chemists, however, carbon dioxide (CO2) has become something else: a key to the development of nanomaterials with unprecedented properties.
Where do you go for a tasty bite and in which restaurants is the food not so good? Which stores offer good service and which ones are likely to leave you hopping mad?
A prototype of the first Polish plasma thruster for space probes and satellites has been successfully tested in conditions similar to those in space at a European Space Agency (ESA) laboratory in Nordwijk in the Netherlands.
Polish researchers have isolated a group of non-toxic compounds and developed a range of new drugs to combat bacteria that resist existing antibiotics. The compounds can chiefly be used against E-coli bacteria, say the researchers, who hail from the Polish Academy of Sciences’ Institute of Organic Chemistry (IChO) in Warsaw.
Graphene, the revolutionary new material with myriad potential applications, can now also be used in medicine to effectively destroy cancer cells, according to scientists at the Warsaw University of Life Sciences (SGGW).
Do dyslexic children have a slightly different brain structure than their classmates? What chemical reactions cause the immune system to support the development of malignant brain tumors? Why are certain events etched so firmly in our memory?
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