AMU Nadnotecki Campus in Piła
ABOUT NADNOTECKI CAMPUS in PIŁA
The Nadnotecki Campus located about 100 km north of Poznan derives its name from the major river of the region, called Noteć (German: Netze) which is connecting two largest Polish rivers: Wisła (Vistula) and Odra (Oder). It is significant because of the type of hydrospheric research and engineering studies offered there, namely: Waterways Management and Environmental Protection. The Nadnotecki Campus occupies a foresty area of the former military airport base and offers an easy access to the Pommerania Lakeland (Pojezierze Pomorskie) and the entire ecosystem of two bordering regions: Greater Poland (Wielkopolska) and Pommerania (Pomorze).
It is an easy drive or commute from downtown Piła and is on the way if you drive from Poznan to the Baltic Seacoast.
Students at Nadnotecki Campus in Piła use professional labs for hydro-ecology, botany and zoology, furnished with Leica microscopes (classical ones, inverted and stereoscopic) as well as labs for hydrochemistry, geology and geomorphology. They may also use a library, storage rooms for samples including a separate cool storage for delicate research samples.
Chemical Lab students are also equipped with a number of analytical tools, a high-end spectrophotometer, marine mineralization device, distillation device and a sterilizer.
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