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About the programme

ADAMED SmartUP is a scientific and educational programme that aims to give you a chance to discover the fascinating world of both the exact and natural sciences.
On our website you may draw inspiration from the best Polish and foreign lecturers.
You will get advice on where to study in Poland and abroad and find out what a scientific career looks like.
You may enrol to an exceptional science camp and compete for a scientific scholarship.

About the programme

ADAMED SmartUP is a scientific and educational programme that aims to give you a chance to discover the fascinating world of both the exact and natural sciences.
On our website you may draw inspiration from the best Polish and foreign lecturers.
You will get advice on where to study in Poland and abroad and find out what a scientific career looks like.
You may enrol to an exceptional science camp and compete for a scientific scholarship.

Lecturers

Monika Aksamit-Koperska

Despite her young age, she has a track record of achievements that could fill many older scientists with envy. International Master’s Degree Program Advanced Spectroscopy in Chemistry, postgraduate studies in Antique Textiles Analysis and Documenting at the Lodz University of […]

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Takao Ishikawa

If you think that it is not worthwhile pursuing a career in Poland and that there are no opportunities for scientists to develop here, you’re wrong. Takao Ishikawa, a Doctor of biological sciences, is the living proof of this. Although […]

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Michał Kurpiński

You think that physics is boring and difficult? Michał – a Doctor at the Institute of Nuclear Physics of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Krakow – will certainly disagree with you. Every day he is proving that physics can […]

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Damian Sojka

Damian graduated from the Department of Biotechnology at University of Silesia. He has followed a variety of occupations so far, from working in a DIY store to the job of a cameraman. Currently, he is exploring the molecular mechanisms that […]

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Szymon Drobnika

Dr Szymon Drobniak specialises in the evolutionary biology of birds. He is an enthusiastic science promoter – lecturer at the Children’s University in Krakow and an editor of the popular science magazine issued by the Student Naturalist Society at the […]

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Klaudia Szklarczyk-Smolana

Have you ever wondered how the brain works? What happens in our heads when we learn something new or experience stress? Klaudia, a dynamic PhD student at the Institute of Pharmacology of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Krakow, will […]

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Dariusz Aksamit

Dariusz Aksamit is a finalist of the 1st Polish edition of the FameLab competition, organised by the Copernicus Science Centre, the Ministry of Science and Higher Education and the British Council. In the semi-finals he talked about biomedical accelerators (http://youtu.be/HcSq8RFWGUo) […]

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Tomiła Łojewska

Tomiła is a PhD student in the Institute for Physical Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw. This will be an opportunity for her to continue her fascinating research in the field of nanotechnology. Her work up to […]

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Academy

Colours do not exist

Not everything we can see actually exists – take colours for example. They are only an illusion that require light, eyes and the brain in order to be seen. We can see a world full of colours thanks to sensory receptors. You can find out more on how colours are made from Monika Koperska’s material. Learn more:  Cone cells and road cells, Nanometre, Additive synthesis, Subtractive synthesis, Colour illusions.
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Ambassadors

Monika Leończyk

Monika Leończyk’s first scientific project, entitled “The great importance of insects, or the impact of buff-tailed bumblebees on common tomatoes,” won an honourable mention in the 26th edition of the European Union Contest for Young Scientists. The inspiration to start the […]

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Jerzy Szuniewicz

Jerzy Szuniewicz began developing his passion in middle school by attending classes on the fundamentals of physical experiments organised by Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań, and there he met his future scientific mentor. Currently, he regularly travels between Poznań, where he […]

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Joanna Jurek

At the age of 17, Joanna Jurek was awarded 1st place in the E(x)plore competition for developing a mechanism that directly delivers drugs to pancreatic cancer cells. How exactly does the system work? It is intended to transport the drug right to […]

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Dominika Bakalarz

Dominika Bakalarz, in cooperation with Joanna Jurek, created a project “Origami BioBandage – described mathematically as a multipotential bioplant designed on the basis of nanofibres with a surface modified by hydroxyapatite and stem cells,” which won them the grand prize […]

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Michał Adamkiewicz – a proposer and an ambassador of the project

Michał is a laureate of a number of national and international competitions, including the Mathematical Olympiad for Middle School Students, International Schools Mathematics Teachers Foundation Maths Competition, and the Cambridge Chemistry Challenge.  Gold medal winner in the British Physics Olympiad […]

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Kinga Panasiewicz

In recognition of Kinga Panasiewicz, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) – Lincoln Laboratory (USA) named one of the recently discovered asteroids (29762) in her honour. Kinga began her scientific career in high school at the age of 17, where she conducted […]

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