The European Commission recently published the Innovation Union Competiveness Report 2011, containing a profile of each member state, including Poland. In this Report the Nencki Institute joins the elite group of five leaders.
University of Warsaw, AGH University of Science and Technology, Warsaw University of Technology and the Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences, which are the most active polish organisations in terms of EC contribution granted to the FP7 research projects.
The Nencki Institute is currently the largest non-university biological research centre in Poland. The Institute is committed to generating, disseminating, and preserving biological knowledge in order to meet contemporary challenges of the Polish society. High quality of externally funded research, excellent publication record, and strong international links place the Nencki Institute among the leading biological institutions of Central and Eastern Europe.