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On-site visit at the Univeristy of Gdansk

The representatives of the institutions involved in the implementation of the Swiss-Polish Cooperation Programme in Poland – the Swiss Contribution Office, the Ministry of Infrastructure and Development and the National Information Processing Institute – participated in the on-site visit at the University of Gdansk.

They have visited two projects within Polish-Swiss Research Programme:

- “Design of BTLA inhibitors as new drugs against melanoma” (PSPB 070/2010) – Principal Investigator:  Assistant Professor Sylwia Rodziewicz-Motowidło, PhD

- ”Climate of northern Poland during the last 1000 years: Constraining the future with the past (CLIMPOL)” (PSPB-086/2010) – Principal Investigator: Assistant Professor Wojciech Tylman, PhD

Project teams presented their work environment and main results of the undertaken activities within the project. Their outstanding outcomes demonstrated the benefits of the scientific knowledge exchange between Polish and Swiss partners.

 

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Project supported by a grant from Switzerland through the Swiss Contribution to the enlarged European Union

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Project supported by a grant from Switzerland through the Swiss Contribution to the enlarged European Union

National Information Processing Institute, al. Niepodległości 188 b, 00-608 Warsaw, Poland, phone: +48 22 57 01 400, fax: +48 22 825 33 19, e-mail: opi@opi.org.pl

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