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THE POLISH SCIENCE VOICE
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The Polish Science Voice  
No. 73
The Polish Science Voice

A publication Co-financed by National Center For Research and Development
“We want to manufacture our products in Poland... Poland has an excellent business climate. The quality of services has improved, while the costs are still lower than abroad.” Now that’s a line we’d like to hear more often. It comes from Anna Waszkielewicz, a researcher at the Jagiellonian University’s Medical College in Cracow and a coordinator of a project that aims to develop a range of chemical compounds that may be used to produce a new drug for neuropathic pain and epilepsy.
Anna Waszkielewicz. Ph.D., from the Jagiellonian University’s Medical College in Cracow, a coordinator of a project that aims to develop a range of chemical compounds that may in the future be used to produce a new drug for neuropathic pain and epilepsy, talks to Karolina Olszewska.
Warsaw researchers have teamed up with a pharmaceutical retailer to develop a new generic drug for osteoporosis. If the project ends in success, patients with osteoporosis will have a new drug available that will be cheaper than those already on the market, the researchers say.
A drug made from specially modified proteins from human hair may soon be used to fight melanoma—skin cancer. The formula for the drug has been developed by researchers from the Mossakowski Medical Research Center run by the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw.
A high school student from the eastern Polish city of Lublin has discovered a substance that may help combat Alzheimer’s disease. Łukasz Wysocki’s remarkable breakthrough came during a research internship at the Mossakowski Medical Research Center of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw.
Polish researchers from the Braster company have developed a new method that they say will make it easier for doctors to detect breast cancer in its early stages.
Researchers from the ŁódĽ University of Technology in central Poland are working to develop a system to capture mercury from flue gas. The project is the first of its kind in the world.
Lake Goczałkowickie near Pszczyna in the southern Silesia region—this site inspired Piotr Przecherski, a young scientist from the Cracow University of Technology, to build a remote-controlled research boat that can take a range of measurements without the need to have people on board.
Polish plant and vegetable growers will soon employ new technology to produce crops better adapted to the needs of consumers and the changing climate.
A new zl.210 million venture capital fund will soon begin investing in advanced technology in Poland.
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