Science

  • 25/03/2015

    Life-saving dressing

    The UWM laboratories will soon begin research on the first Polish deep wound haemostatic dressing. The dressing was designed for gunshot wounds of the limbs and chest.
  • 11/03/2015

    President of Poland discusses pensions with social scientists

    Sylwia Pieńkowska-Kamieniecka, Ph.D., from the Faculty of Economic Sciences of the University of Warmia and Mazury (UWM) was a member of the scientific team that prepared a report on pensions for the president of Poland.
  • 04/03/2015

    Hardy kiwi from the Kortowo garden

    Hardy, or baby kiwi (Actinidia arguta), is a rising star on the Polish market. It can grow in Polish climatic conditions, as well as in Warmia and Mazury.
  • 16/02/2015

    Cold but heat

    It has all the advantages: it's easy to operate, simple and cheap. Will Professor Dobrianski’s engine conquer the world like the petrol and diesel engines have done before?
  • 12/01/2015

    Willow instead of…petrol

    The first in Poland technological line for the production of ethanol from wood has just been launched at the Chair of Chemistry of the Faculty of Environmental Management and Agriculture, UWM.
  • 11/12/2014

    UWM Geodesy on the trail of missing planes

    Gone without a trace. Such an announcement may never be made again, owing to the idea hit on by two of our doctoral candidates: mgr eng. Dariusz Tanajewski, and mgr eng. Grzegorz Grunwald.
  • 08/12/2014

    Chitin will purify rivers

    Tomasz Jóźwiak, a young scientist from the University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, has invented a method for water purification which may revolutionize waste water treatment. His technique is based on the use of waste substance – chitin.
  • 08/12/2014

    Criminology – a science with prospects

    Sherlock Holmes, a fictional detective of the turn of the 19th and 20th centuries, used deduction in order to solve difficult cases. In the 21st century, crime is combated by other means – with the use of a computer and special software.
  • 13/11/2014

    A treatment for ALS increasingly possible

    UWM scientists from the Faculty of Medical Sciences announced the results of a stem cell treatment underwent by patients suffering from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS). The outcome of the therapy is highly promising and gives hope to the ALS community.
  • 13/11/2014

    Men’s scientific adventure

    If you ever wondered whether nowadays it is possible to conduct scientific research and experience a true men’s adventure, the one that would be told to your grandchildren, the answer is – yes, it is possible, provided that you follow Fridtjof Nansen’s footsteps. It was last year that Marcin Bujko, MA, went on such an exciting journey.

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