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A new concept of a fuel cell

Published: 30/08/2022

Distribution before and after using turbulising elements, Mass transport enhancement in a direct formic acid fuel cell with a novel channel design, Jałowiecka et al., 2022,

What springs to your mind when you hear “fuel of the future”? Hydrogen. And how about formic acid? Scientists from the Faculty of Chemical and Process Engineering at WUT are developing a fuel cell powered by formic acid with high stability and increased efficiency.

New technological solutions for electromobility

Published: 30/08/2022

From left: Maciej Marczewski, DSc; Aleksandra Ossowska, BSc; Maciej Smoliński, MSc.

A team of researchers from the Faculty of Chemistry at the Warsaw University of Technology developed composite materials which will facilitate the creation of a new generation lithium-sulfur cell. The research was financed under the IDUB research grant.

An innovative approach to research on the interactions between skin cells

Published: 30/08/2022

Conference poster

Mast cells are among the most important cells of the immunological system. They participate in many processes in our bodies, both normal and pathological ones. Although their interactions with other cells are frequently under research, very few researchers focus on demonstrating real-time changes. WUT researchers have decided to undertake the task.

Teacher grants programme - 2nd competition: results

Published: 29/08/2022

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In the competition for teacher grants, 11 projects will receive fundings.


Published: 13/07/2022

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The deadline for submissions is 30th September 2022. 

WUT researchers create computer systems supporting medical diagnostics

Published: 08/07/2022

A set of CT scans analyzed automatically by computer systems

Researchers at the Warsaw University of Technology are creating computer systems supporting doctors in medical diagnostics.

Using microwave energy in a chemical reactor

Published: 08/07/2022

Introductory work on the reactor

Scientists are working on a chemical reactor equipped with a smart semiconductive source of microwave power for the precise control of the nano-fertiliser synthesis process. 


Published: 24/06/2022

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The closing date for applications is 22 July 2022.

LAB-TECH of Excellence: results

Published: 21/06/2022

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In the competition, 4 projects will receive fundings.

WUT scientists work on increasing the biogas production

Published: 06/06/2022

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Although researchers have been looking for solutions facilitating the intensification of the process of methane fermentation for years, so far, they have failed to determine a method which each time would lead to an increase in biogas production. The reason remains unknown. WUT scientists are among the researchers who are trying to explain that. 

Artificial Intelligence to help with designing homes

Published: 06/06/2022


WUT scientists are working on a solution that will enable them to automatically generate a different complementary part (e.g. wiring) of the already completed part of a certain project (e.g. construction). The project is implemented within the SzIR-2 grant.

Work on algorithms for synchronous reluctance drives

Published: 06/06/2022

Synchronous reluctance motor

The intensive development of electromobility, including battery electric vehicles, motivates scientists including those from the Warsaw University of Technology to research the scope of the application of synchronous-reluctance motors in electric vehicle drives.

Polish-Spanish research on lithium-ion batteries

Published: 06/06/2022

Konrad Kwatek (in the middle) with the research team from ICMM.

Under the Mobility PW programme, Konrad Kwatek, DSc, from the Faculty of Physics at WUT, visited the Materials Science Institute of Madrid to conduct research. His research findings may lead to the application of a new solid electrolyte in lithium-ion batteries in the future.

Increasing the sensitivity, selectivity and reliability of results of biochemical analyses

Published: 06/06/2022

Mateusz Śmietana and his research team.

Scientists from the Faculty of Electronics and Information Technology at WUT are devising a new measurement method which facilitates obtaining highly sensitive, selective and, at the same time, universal sensor, and biosensor solutions. Research is conducted as part of the FOTECH-1 research grant.

Following trends – new classes within teacher grant

Published: 06/06/2022

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The interdisciplinary, inter-faculty and inter-university laboratory has been started within a teacher grant and as part of Technologies of Conversion and Accumulation of Energy, which is a newly created specialisation at WUT.

Apply for the Preincubation programme

Published: 03/06/2022

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Until 21st June technology teams with an idea for a product or service can apply to the Preincubation programme.

Teacher grants programme II

Published: 01/06/2022

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The deadline for submissions is 20 June 2022. 

Simultaneous measurement of breath, heart rate and physical activity

Published: 31/05/2022

Marcel Młyńczak, PhD Eng

At the Faculty of Mechatronics at the WUT, a Pneumonitor was created, which allows to monitor the frequency and depth of breathing and also to associate these with the variability of the heart rhythm or the physical activity of the examined person. This is the first such "mobile" solution designed for long-term observation.

4th edition of the internal grant competition supporting an application submitted in the European Research Council (ERC) competition

Published: 19/05/2022


WUT announces the internal grant competition funded by the project ,,Excellence Initiative – Research University”, for the employees of the Warsaw University Technology supporting an application submitted in the European Research Council (ERC) competition.

New therapy for brain cancer and elimination of side effects of chemo- and radiotherapy

Published: 04/05/2022

Therapy based on emulsion carriers with a chemotherapeutic agent and particles silencing genes responsible for cancer DNA repair (mechanism of synthetic lethality).

Glioblastoma multiforme is one of the most invasive forms of primary brain cancers, and the average lifespan of the patient from the moment of diagnosis is about 12 months. A team of researchers from the Warsaw University of Technology, Polish Academy of Sciences, and Warsaw University is working on solutions which are to increase the effectiveness of chemotherapy and improve the comfort of living of a cancer patient. 


Published: 04/05/2022

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Until 22 May 31 May 2022 students of second-cycle degree studies thematically connected with the activity of POB Cybersecurity and Data Science can apply to CyberSummer@WUT-2 competition.

Organosilicon aerogels in plant biotechnology and bioprocessing engineering

Published: 04/05/2022

A platform for immobilizing transgenic roots, utilizing organosilicon aerogel with a varying morphology (structure and diameter of pores) and modified surface properties.

A group of collaborating researchers from the Warsaw University of Technology and Warsaw Medical University is working on devising a platform intensifying biotechnological processes in plant biomass grown in in vitro cultures, as part of the research grant BIOTECHMED-2.

Support for People Affected by the War in Ukraine

Published: 27/04/2022

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The call for applications for the programme addressed the citizens of Ukraine who had to leave the territory of their country due to the war and the Polish citizens who were employed in research units in Ukraine or the Russian Federation and had to return to Poland is open.

Artificial Intelligence to help increase industrial safety

Published: 26/04/2022

The drawing depicts a graph of the process which is a qualitative model of the diagnosed process.

Researchers from the Faculty of Mechatronics at WUT have devised methods of resilient reasoning for advisory systems designated mainly for large-scale industrial processes.

Pioneering research on biogases

Published: 26/04/2022

The detonation pipe used in the research.

A research team from the Warsaw University of Technology is devising a method of modeling the detonation cell size in a biogas-oxygen mixture utilizing machine learning. The results of their work are novel in the field of research on detonation.