The number of companies that have decided to invest in research and development (R&D) over the last two years has grown threefold, Development Minister Jadwiga Emilewicz said on Friday during the opening of the Innovation Management Academy.
Polish PM Mateusz Morawiecki, attending an economic congress in Berlin on Wednesday, said Poland hopes to attract as many innovative projects as possible, especially greenfield projects.
Polish Tech Day in London is the main platform for bilateral business relations between the Polish and British innovation and technology sectors.
The CDT store is comprised of several workshop rooms equipped with robots, 3D printers and the latest technical novelties, where both children and adults can develop their digital skills. In addition, some of the most recognizable Polish start-ups, such as Sidly, Estimote, Photon and Cosmotech 3D presented their products. The exhibition is open to visitors after registering online.
US-visiting Polish President Andrzej Duda opened the Polish Business and Innovation Week in the state of Nevada on Saturday. The event is intended as a cooperation platform between US and Polish enterprise, among others in aircraft and space technology.
The share of each participant will be calculated depending on its free float, the amount of shares that are in the public’s hands. The share of the biggest companies will be capped at 10 percent.
Poland's innovation level is improving faster thanks to increasing numbers of fast-growing innovative companies, the Entrepreneurship and Technology Ministry quoted Deputy Minister Marek Niedużak as saying at the opening of Startup Games Warsaw on Tuesday.
The event which included other CEE leaders focused on cooperation between the public and private sectors, specifically to tap into the region’s digital potential.
On board a Falcon-9 rocket, taking off on Monday April 2 from Cape Canaveral, will be a scientific instrument made with the participation of Poles, among others. It will be used to observe phenomena of interest in the upper atmosphere.
Poland's gas monopolist PGNiG wants to use drones to make precise maps and plans, to monitor gas pipelines and for the detection of possible gas leaks.