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Marek Goliszewski receives Sigma Xi’s Honorary Membership

Marek Goliszewski receives Sigma Xi’s Honorary Membership


Marek Goliszewski, Chairman of the Business Centre Club and President of the Euro-Atlantic Association, has received Sigma Xi – The Scientific Research Society’s Honoris Causa (Honorary Membership). President, Professor Robert A. Schwartz, MD, MPH, DSc (Hon), was on hand in Warsaw to personally present the award in June.

Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society is an international non-profit association, founded in 1886 at Cornell University to honor and recognize scientific achievement. The aim of the association is to support and promote original scientific work. For this purpose, Sigma Xi publishes the American Scientist magazine, gives grants to promising young students and sponsors a variety of programs in support of ethics in research, science and education, as well as international cooperation. The organization also places strong emphasis on interdisciplinary research, collaboration between science and industry and the development of government laboratories.
 
More than 200 Sigma Xi members have been awarded the Nobel Prize, including Albert Einstein, Enrico Fermi, Linus Pauling, Francis Crick and James Watson. Currently, the organization numbers nearly 60,000 members from over 100 countries.
 
Sigma Xi is headquartered in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. The organization has more than 500 chapters throughout the world.Marek Goliszewski, Chairman of the Business Centre Club and President of the Euro-Atlantic Association, has received Sigma Xi – The Scientific Research Society’s Honoris Causa (Honorary Membership). President, Professor Robert A. Schwartz, MD, MPH, DSc (Hon), was on hand in Warsaw to personally present the award in June.
 
Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society is an international non-profit association, founded in 1886 at Cornell University to honor and recognize scientific achievement. The aim of the association is to support and promote original scientific work. For this purpose, Sigma Xi publishes the American Scientist magazine, gives grants to promising young students and sponsors a variety of programs in support of ethics in research, science and education, as well as international cooperation. The organization also places strong emphasis on interdisciplinary research, collaboration between science and industry and the development of government laboratories.
 
More than 200 Sigma Xi members have been awarded the Nobel Prize, including Albert Einstein, Enrico Fermi, Linus Pauling, Francis Crick and James Watson. Currently, the organization numbers nearly 60,000 members from over 100 countries.
 
Sigma Xi is headquartered in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. The organization has more than 500 chapters throughout the world.
 
 Marek Goliszewski, prof. Robert A. Schwartz, fot. Ryszard Baranowski
 
 

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