The strategic goal of the University is further expansion of research collaboration in international programs.
WULS-SGGW is involved in multifaceted research that aims at solving current problems in the national economy, particularly in life sciences and related fields.
Our researchers are involved in various research programs. See below for detailed information.
- International research programs:
- 7th Framework Programs
- Norwegian Financial Mechanism
- Ministry of Science and Higher Education programs
SGGW areas of expertise:
Applied informatics and mathematics, Animal sciences, Biology, Biotechnology, Civil and water engineering,Economic sciences and humanities, Environmental protection, Forestry and Wood Technology, Landscape and urban architecture, Nutrition and food sciences, Socio-economic sciences and humanites,Sustainable development of rural environment, Veterinary Medicine.
Research result are published in ranked international scientific journals such as: "Science", "Plant Cell", "Apoptosis", "Autophagy", "European Journal of Cell Biology", "Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology", "New Phytologist", "Biological Sciences", publications of International Association of Hydrological Sciences, European Geosciences Union.
To support staff members, a new unit established in September 2012: the International Research Projects Office. The main goal of the unit is to provide counseling on how to apply and implement international research projects.