ADAMED SmartUP during the Poland 2.0 summit in London
2 November 2016
The Poland 2.0 Summit in London on 21st October featured a presentation of ADAMED SmartUP, which since 2014 attempts to reach the most talented Polish middle and high school students and motivate them to take steps towards outstanding scientific careers.
The “Awakening entrepreneurial spirit from the early stages of education” panel included a presentation by Anna Kosińska, ADAMED SmartUP Programme Manager. She presented both the programme and the benefits resulting from participation, but mostly focused on the development opportunities for young Poles available in their home country. The registration to the 3rd edition of the programme is currently ongoing, and high school students aged 15-19 can apply.
Poland 2.0 was created in order to promote innovation – the driver of change in the main Polish industrial sectors.
Thanks to the cooperation of many industries and a comprehensive approach to technology, the conference allows for rethinking business, medicine, science and education. The Poland 2.0 conference, which took place at the Imperial College London, the best university of technology in Europe, became a platform for exchange between the managers from various industries, innovators, entrepreneurship and students, both from Poland and Great Britain.
The meeting encouraged the creation of a safe environment for the development of Polish innovation and start-ups.
The Poland 2.0 summit took place on 21-22 October this year under the auspices of the Ministry of Development, the Ministry of Finance, the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, Foundation for Polish Science and the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in London.