On 18 – 20 June 2018 the House of Creative Work in Wierzba, Poland will host the II KNOW Symposium „Healthy animal – safe food” & XII Symposium „Genetic, Physiological and Environmental Conditions of Animal Reproduction and Health and the Safety and Quality of Animal-Derived Food”. (więcej…)
Open-air tourist shelter, observation tower looking out the panorama of the Popielno Peninsula and new fence for wildlife reserve. These are the main milestones of a new investment project in the Institute’s Research Station in Popielno.(więcej…)
On 19 September, during the XVth New Year’s meeting organized by the Olsztyn City Hall, the Competition Chapter headed by the President Piotr Grzymowicz, awarded prestigious Saint James’s Prizes for special merits for the City of Olsztyn. The prizes were awarded within six categories: culture, science, sport, business, charity, and outstanding merits for the City.
The Statue of Saint James in the category „Outstanding merits for Olsztyn” was awarded to the Institute of Animal Reproduction and Food Research of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Olsztyn. Institute was recognized for the organization of the biggest and most important popular science event in Europe – Researchers’ Night.
European Researchers’ Night is the initiative of the European Commission implemented with the Horizon 2020 Marie Skłodowska-Curie. It is held at the same time in around 300 cities across Europe, which compete to win the possibility of hosting the event in their area. Two times in a row, Institute’s proposal for the project has been recognized by the EC experts and Olsztyn became the venue for over 600 popular-science workshops, demonstrations and experiments ran by the researchers of different specialties. In 2014-2017 around 50 000 guests could explore the curiosities of science and learnt the role of research achievements in people’s everyday life. Youngsters were inspired to embark on scientific careers in the future, while school children tried their hands at mind-exciting and edutaining activities that proved science can be fun.
Among the laureates awarded St. James’s Prize for outstanding merits for Olsztyn in the past are i.a. Georg and Maria Dietrich, charity activists and honorary citizens of Olsztyn, and Joanna Szymankiewicz-Czużdaniuk, director of the Municipal Hospital Complex in Olsztyn.
Winners of Science Populariser 2017 contest organised by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education and the Polish Press Agency announced! The laureates of the 13th edition of this prestigious competition have been presented today during a ceremony at the Copernicus Science Centre in Warsaw.(więcej…)
Institute of Animal Reproduction and Food Research PAS in Olsztyn will have new premises with leading technology enabled business spaces. Headquartered in the neighborhood of the Olsztyn Science and Technology Park, the Institute will unlock its research potential and strengthen cooperation with the industry.(więcej…)
Institute of Animal Reproduction and Food Research PAS in Olsztyn will receive 77,6M PLN subsidies from the Warmia and Mazury Regional Operational Programme for the construction and mobilisation of the Centre of Environmental Research and Innovative Food Technologies for Quality Life. (więcej…)