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  • 2021-11-25

    DNA encrypted in algorithms to expand cognitive abilities

    They translated the most important functions of the human genetic code into the language of algorithms. We are talking about an international team of scientists led by Prof. Edward Szczerbicki from Gdańsk University of Technology and the Australian University in Newcastle. The concept of decisional DNA created by his team has been implemented in over 20 scientific and business projects around...

  • 2021-11-10

    CyberRadar. An innovative device for fighting Covid-19, developed by the scientists of Gdańsk Tech and MUG

    Scientists from Gdańsk University of Technology and the Medical University of Gdańsk developed a device that can increase the effectiveness of the fight against Covid-19 and the diagnosis of patients with respiratory and circulatory problems. CyberRadar is a touchless device enabling the medics to safely monitor the patients’ respiration. Two copies of the device have been produced so far. ...

  • 2021-10-20

    Professor Beata Bochentyn awarded with “Polityka” magazine Scientific Award of 2021

    D.Sc. Beata Bochentyn, Gdańsk Tech professor from Faculty of Applied Physics and Mathematics, is the laureate of the 21st edition of “Polityka” magazine Scientific Award of 2021. Fifteen scientists, selected out of over four hundred candidates, reached the final. The “Polityka” Scientific Award is a prestigious distinction awarded to exceptional scientists in five fields of study:...

  • 2021-10-20

    Team of Prof. Zbigniew Krzemiński winners of the Grand Challenge: Energy competition

    The MMB team from Gdańsk, composed mostly of the graduates of Gdańsk University of Technology, under the supervision of Prof. Zbigniew Krzemiński, Faculty of Electrical and Control Engineering at Gdańk Tech, won the Grand Challenge: Energy competition, which final took place on Saturday, 16 October at PGE National Stadium. The team won 1 million PLN prize for the best prototype of a home...