Polpharma helps the world discover Polish inventions
For the fourth time, Polpharma gave out awards for the most exciting Polish inventions developed by universities and research institutes and entered in the Eureka DGP competition; the competition is run by Dziennik Gazeta Prawna. The aim of the initiative is to promote Polish science and the creative potential of inventors. This year's edition has shown that graphene, with its extraordinary range of applications, is the future of Polish science. The first prize was awarded for an invention – described as a method for the reduction of graphene oxide – developed at the Institute of Electronic Materials Technology and the Institute of Ceramics and Building Materials.
“We are very proud that for the past four years we have been able to support Dziennik Gazeta Prawna in its efforts to promote Polish inventions. We congratulate recipients of the awards and distinctions. We believe this outstanding initiative will contribute to the commercial application of innovative solutions and will encourage the most talented young scientists to pursue their projects and career objectives in Poland. Polpharma has been supporting Polish science for years, creating opportunities for those who have talent and are passionate about research. We are confident that cooperation between business and science is the right way to support the growth of the entire Polish economy, whose future depends on innovation and the ability to leverage it to create practical products and services,” said Polpharma's president Markus Sieger.
Information about the award-winning projects can be found in Dziennik Gazeta Prawna: