Queen of Kortovo – is the latest Polish variety of lily registered in the Royal Horticultural Society in London. It has been cultivated by Dr. Beata Płoszaj-Witkowska from the Department of Horticulture at the Faculty of Environmental Management and Agriculture.
Dr inż. [PhD, Eng.] Michał Krzyżaniak from the Department of Plant Breeding and Seed Production of UWM participates in an international research project called COSMOS. The aim of the project is to make a better use of oilseeds in industry. Researchers from Europe are looking for alternative oils from plants which grow in our climatic conditions.
The pharmacokinetic laboratory at the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of University of Warmia and Mazury – the best faculty of veterinary medicine in Poland –(is pleased to announce that it) has received the certificate of Good Laboratory Practice. It will be able to conduct the research required for the approval of medicines for marketing.
PhD students MSc. Dariusz Tanajewski and MSc. Grzegorz Grunwald from the Department of Satellite Geodesy and Navigation at the Faculty of Geodesy, Geospatial and Civil Engineering of the University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn received a special prize in the competition of the German space agency DLR.
To win against cancer is not all. For many women, a real victory is to win against cancer and be a mother. Tomasz Waśniewski, MD, from the Faculty of Medical Sciences at the University of Warmia and Mazury, Olsztyn, is the first physician in Poland to conduct a surgery which gives a chance to be a mother to those women who have won against cancer.
Regenerative medicine is constantly developing. It is also the object of interest for scientists from the University of Warmia and Mazury. With their research, they want to help the terminally ill with amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
Kidnappings for ransom – an analysis of the role of the victimis one of the latest books by the UWM Publishing House. The author is Dr. Catherine Pruszkiewicz-Słowińska. This is Poland's first scientific publication analysing kidnapping in terms of the victim.
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.
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.
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.