The Lukasiewicz Research Network is a harbinger of changes in the Polish economy if we want to stay in the global development peloton, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said in a letter to the participants of the Innovation Lukasiewicza in Poznan on Thursday.
Innovator Łukasiewicz – according to the organizers – is the largest event dedicated to research and development in Poland. On Thursday, business representatives, scientists and engineers, as well as experts in the field of research and development projects will meet at the Poznan International Exhibition.
“Innovation is oxygen for development – these words are as true today as they were under Ignasi Lukasyevich. I am very happy. It is clear that his name is the patron of the research network, which celebrates its third birthday, “Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki wrote in a letter to the participants of the event on Thursday.
“The Lukasievich Research Network is a harbinger of the changes that must take place in the Polish economy if we want to remain in the peloton of global development,” he said. “The use of the potential of science in business initiatives is not superfluous, it is the norm in almost every industry,” he said.
The Prime Minister stressed that building bridges between the world of science and the economy is the key to success, both locally and globally, so he stressed the need to develop the operation of innovation generators, such as innovation generators. Łukasiewicz Research Network.
“Before our eyes, the world, economies and societies are changing. The richest man in the world, Mars, has a history of landing and war abroad. Is this a fate we cannot overcome? The answer is: If we do not break the barriers to development, this fate will always return to us,” Morawiecki wrote.
“Today, the strength of our economy, measured by innovation, is a prerequisite for building a stable, secure future. We have thousands of talented scientists and we are no different from any other nation. Moreover, history has engraved us. it doesn’t mean anything, “he added.
“We are facing a difficult path of transition from a cheap labor-based economy to a knowledge-based economy,” he said.
“The Lukasiewicz Research Network opens the way for talented scientists and entrepreneurs in this demanding field, who give Poland a chance to develop, but first and foremost to reach the clouds with their dreams,” the Prime Minister wrote.
Łukasiewicz Research Network was established in 2019 with the aim of close cooperation between science and business, focusing on the commercialization of research and development. With about 7,000 employees and 26 research institutes in 12 Polish cities, the Łukasiewicz Research Network is the third largest research network in Europe.
More than 30 panel and adaptation sessions on digital transformation, smart mobility, sustainable economy and energy and health are planned during the Innovation Łukasiewicza in Poznan. The next step is to establish teams and project consortiums that can submit applications under the national funds and the Horizon Europe program.
As noted at the opening of the event, the European Commission has allocated up to 95 billion euros to entrepreneurs and scientists under a new research and development program. Thanks to this amount, Horizon Europe has become the largest R&D program in the world.
“About 4,500 of the 7,000 employees at the Lukasievich Institutes are scientists,” said Piotr Dardziński, president of the Lukasiewicz Research Network. He added that in the three years of the network’s existence, more than 17,000. commercialization agreements. “We have more than 1,500 ongoing projects in our project portfolio.
“We are a very universal and very diverse organization, so we can even solve various problems that cost a lot of money. Almost 7.5 billion PLN is the budget for the projects we are currently implementing, but I would say that only or maybe it up – almost 2 billion PLN this is the budget of our institutions Why are these two amounts so important? Because this is a very clear message we want to send to our business partners – most of the budget goes to the company, because we are part of the science that companies research and we are helping to build competencies in the field of improvement, so through Lukasiewicz, the Polish state – through various types of programs, including European programs – is actually investing in Polish companies, ”he said.
The Lukasiewicz Innovation is held under the honorary patronage of the President of the Republic of Poland Andrzej Duda.
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