Antoni Lis won third prize at this year`s EUCYS 2019 contest for young scientists. The winners were announced on this week in the capital of Bulgaria, Sofia. A Polish team also won one of the additional prizes.
The first woman in the world who opened a female pharmacy, the first to obtain a license for her own pharmacy in Poland, a social activist - Antonina Leśniewska, patron of the Warsaw Museum of Pharmacy. She was a unique figure, says the manager of the institution, Iwona Arabas.
Two Polish scientists: physicist Prof. Marek Kuś and electronics engineer Dr. Grzegorz Kasprowicz have been nominated to the group of twelve strategic advisers called Quantum Flagship. This flagship scientific initiative of the European Commission has a budget of 1 billion euros. Its goal is to develop quantum technologies.
Professor Marcin Pałys, rector of the University of Warsaw, was elected member of the Board of the European University Association last week. EUA represents more than 800 universities in 48 countries. The organization plays a crucial role in the Bologna Process and influences EU policies on higher education, research and innovation.