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    Polish company creates software for ESA space missions

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    Poznań scientists want to replace ordinary plastics with material made from coffee grounds

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    Biolubricants can reduce carbon footprint

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    Heat resistant molecular magnets

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    Scientists looking to develop eco-friendly ‘wine cosmetics’ from Polish grapes

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    Warsaw University of Technology engineers working on energy independence solution

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    Polish company to coordinate system building for ARIEL space mission

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