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Natural Plant and Soil Booster

The subject of the invention is a receiver for information transmitted using very weak light pulses, as well as a system and method for transmitting information using very weak light pulses.

Cancer Biomarker Detector

A number of trace compounds (called biomarkers), which occur in human breath, provide information about individual features of the body, as well as on the state of the individual’s health. This invention detects certain biomarkers using laser absorption spectroscopy methods of high sensitivity to indicate the existence of cancer and other disease.

New generation of accumulators

The subject of the invention is a receiver for information transmitted using very weak light pulses, as well as a system and method for transmitting information using very weak light pulses.

Passive remediation systems (SILI)

The subject of the invention is a receiver for information transmitted using very weak light pulses, as well as a system and method for transmitting information using very weak light pulses.

Sweeping Apparatus for Polarization Enhancement

The subject of the invention is a receiver for information transmitted using very weak light pulses, as well as a system and method for transmitting information using very weak light pulses.

IT Program: Crystallography

The subject of the invention is a receiver for information transmitted using very weak light pulses, as well as a system and method for transmitting information using very weak light pulses.

Deep Space Receiver Technology

The subject of the invention is a receiver for information transmitted using very weak light pulses, as well as a system and method for transmitting information using very weak light pulses.

Quantum Kravchuk – Transform QKT configuration method

This invention involves an algorithm that uses quantum fractional Kravchuk-Fourier transform.

Antitumor-Anticancer Pharmaceutical Formulation

The subject of the invention is a liposomal formulation of doxorubicin and compounds from the group of isothiocyanates, showing increased antitumor properties compared with the properties of the individual components of the composition. The key finding in this approach is that the active agents are encapsulated within lipid nanocarriers, which considerably enhances their antitumor action.

A system developed at the University of Warsaw will improve the efficiency of sports training

The new system is based on ongoing analysis of biological and biochemical parameters, and will allow you to adapt the level of physical activity and training to the body’s current abilities. The solution will automatically modify planned training loads, thanks to which the athlete will remain within a range of training intensity optimal for them, and their efforts will bring the best possible effects. The idea of the solution developed at UW is to ensure the maximum progress that can be achieved without overtraining. The solution will eventually be offered not only to professional athletes, but also to amateurs and anyone who would like to safely achieve their sporting dreams – e.g. running a marathon.   “The training parameters are set by the coach based on their knowledge, experience and intuition. However, the coach doesn’t use modern tools that put out objective data to enable training to be personalised in terms of characteristics and the current status of the athlete. The result can be overtraining and decreased performance, and the main thing is that athletes can achieve their maximum capacity only by accident,” said the inventor of the Activiti system, dr hab. Robert Małecki from the Institute of German Studies…

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