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THE POLISH SCIENCE VOICE
THE POLISH SCIENCE VOICE


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The Polish Science Voice  
No. 85
The Polish Science Voice

A publication Co-financed by National Center For Research and Development
It’s all about money, honey. This saying also applies to Polish science. Many potentially groundbreaking research projects wouldn’t have gotten off the ground without hefty budgets.
It’s all about money, honey. This saying also applies to Polish science. Many potentially groundbreaking research projects wouldn’t have gotten off the ground without hefty budgets.
Telemedicine tools and applications are becoming increasingly common among patients and doctors these days. Among those creating such devices is Polish company Silvermedia from the southern city of Cracow.
A new drug for treating acute myeloid leukemia, lymphoma and myeloma, developed by researchers at Cracow-based biotechnology company Selvita, will soon be subjected to clinical trials. This marks the first time a Polish company specializing in research on innovative drugs for use in oncology will be submitting a drug for tests on humans.
A new kind of “smart” bulletproof vest developed by the Moratex Institute of Security Technologies in the central city of £ód¼ will help protect soldiers from injuries more effectively than standard vests.
Young computer scientists from the central city of £ód¼ have developed an app they say will be a modern version of CB radio—but without the troublesome antennas and handsets
Students from £ód¼ in central Poland are planning to brave the heat of an Australian desert and cross the continent from the Pacific to the Indian Ocean in a solar vehicle of their own design.
A young researcher studying for his Ph.D. in northern Poland is working on a method to determine the concentration of oxygen and nitrogen in the human body. This is important because excessive amounts of so-called reactive forms of oxygen and nitrogen are indicative of cardiovascular and neurodegenerative diseases as well as a range of inflammatory conditions.
A researcher from the Wroc³aw Medical University in southern Poland is working on a method to combine metals with peptides with a view to creating new biomimetic materials—materials that imitate or are modeled on biological structures.
A seasonal thermal energy storage facility, one just several installations of this kind in Europe, has been put into operation at a hospital in Z±bki near Warsaw.
Some of the world’s best infrared detectors and hi-tech fiber optics are manufactured in Poland. Polish research centers are particularly knowledgeable about liquid crystal and gallium nitride crystal technologies used in sectors such as blue photonics and optoelectronics.
A new plasma gun developed by Polish scientists that generates plasma with a temperature of 100 million degrees Celsius is paving the way to new applications of plasma in science and industry.
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