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The Polish Science Voice  
No. 75
The Polish Science Voice

A publication Co-financed by National Center For Research and Development
The knowledge-based economy, innovation, collaboration between business and science—these buzzwords drive science and hold out a promise for economies and societies these days.
Prof. Krzysztof Kurzydłowski, director of the National Center for Research and Development (NCBiR), a Warsaw-based government agency tasked with subsidizing scientific research in Poland, talks to Andrzej Jonas and Danuta Górecka.
Prof. Marek Jeżabek, director of the Henryk Niewodniczański Institute of Nuclear Physics, a Cracow-based research center run by the Polish Academy of Sciences, talks to Karolina Olszewska about a project he is coordinating to launch a zl.250 million radiotherapy center in Poland.
Jadwiga Sójka-Ledakowicz, Ph.D., director of the Textile Research Institute in the central city of ŁódĽ, talks to Karolina Olszewska about Envirotex, a zl.15.4 million project that is developing new-generation textiles offering protection against physical, chemical and biological hazards.
The Envirotex project aims to develop a range of textiles designed to protect people from electromagnetic fields, static electricity as well as ultraviolet, visible, infrared and microwave radiation.
More than 500 science and business leaders, politicians, academics and decision makers from across Europe will gather in the southwestern Polish city of Wrocław for the European Technology Congress June 12-13. The event aims to discuss the priorities and funding mechanisms of the EU’s Key Enabling Technologies (KET) policy. Another aim is to foster various types of networking and partnerships.
The coming years will test how closely science and industry in Poland are able to collaborate. The test will be a difficult one. Without a symbiotic and effective partnership, it will not be possible to create a modern economy.
The Wrocław University of Technology, one of the organizers of the European Technology Congress, is the most innovative university in Poland, according to an annual league table compiled by the country’s Perspektywy monthly and Rzeczpospolita daily.
Thanks to research carried out at the ŁódĽ University of Technology, the Medical University of ŁódĽ and Technopark ŁódĽ, custom maxillofacial implants are now available in Poland.
The Institute of Non-Ferrous Metals in the southern city of Gliwice is the main research and development center for the non-ferrous metals industry in Poland.
The Industrial Research Institute for Automation and Measurements (PIAP) is a state-owned research center based in Warsaw that conducts R&D work focused on the transfer of modern technology to industrial enterprises and the delivery of specialized equipment to end users.
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