Entries by Marek Grzybowski

Remote sensing. Challenges in gather and sharing data Conference – SOPOT – IO PAN – 19th September 2019

Space Sciences Committee Polish Academy of Sciences, Institute of Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences in cooperation with the Baltic Sea & Space Cluster invites for a joint conference entitled “Remote sensing. Challenges in gather and sharing data” in  Institute of Oceanology Polish Academy of Sciences, Sopot, 19th September 2019 Registration: https://www.iopan.pl/KNK2019/?a=mpro    Conference programme “Remote sensing. Challenges in gather and sharing data” Sopot, […]

Pomeranian Economic Zone has established the Economic Area Development Forum

Determining the directions of economic development of the region and improving the business environment – these are the main objectives of the Economic Area Development Forum established by the Pomeranian Special Economic Zone. Its members included representatives of entrepreneurs, local government units and social dialogue councils from the Pomeranian and Kuyavian-Pomeranian provinces. Członkowie wybrali ze […]

NB 75/2 has left CRIST

Transport of fish and seafood from marine farms straight to the processing plant – this is the job of a new life fish carrier manufactured in CRIST shipyard. Fully equipped, the second in a series unit of this type, was transferred to Norwegian shipowner Arctic Group AS on Sunday. NB SC 75/2 – a life […]

Gdańsk University – RESBIOS – new project under Horizon 2020 programme

The RESBIOS project (RESponsible research and innovation grounding practices in BIOSciences), which is a reference to the STARBIOS2 project already implemented at the University of Gdańsk under the Horizon 2020 programme, aims to develop guidelines and create a model of the RRI concept (Responsible Research and Innovation) for research institutions in the field of biology and other […]

Historic record at the Port of Gdansk

The Port of Gdansk summed up the first half of 2019. It beat last year’s record, achieving a 9% increase compared to the first six months of 2018. Photo: Port of Gdansk The first half of 2018 ended with an unprecedented result – for the first time, the Port of Gdansk handled more than 25 […]