Today Poland has a historic opportunity to attract the best scientists - said Deputy Prime Minister Jarosław Gowin, referring to the draft law on the National Agency for Academic Exchange.
Last Friday on Polish Radio One Gowin was asked about the draft law on the National Agency for Academic Exchange (Narodowa Agencja Wymiany Akademickiej NAWA), prepared by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education.
According to the Minister of Science, the project will make it possible to attract scientists to Poland. "For 250 Poland has been drained of the best minds. After we entered the EU, tens of thousands of Polish scientists emigrated within Europe and around the world. Most of whom were young, brilliant people. Today we have a historic chance to reverse this brain drain vector, Poland can start to bring back its brightest minds, but also attract scientists not only from across our eastern border, but also from the West" - said Gowin.