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Main University Library (University of Bialystok), Poland

The library of Bialystok Technical University is the biggest scientific and technical library in the north-eastern region of Poland. Since 1951 it has collected over 346 000 library documents (books, magazines, norms, specifications, professional literature) in the fields of technical, scientific and social sciences. The BTU library information system comprises the Main Library and the Faculty Libraries of Computer Science, Mathematics and Physics, Architecture, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Management, Environmental Management in Hajnówka and BTU Education Branch in Suwałki. The duty of the Main Library is to provide all university staff and students with an easy access to scientific and educational publications whereas the Faculty Libraries cater for specific organizational units and build book collections to suit their specialist needs.

Institute for Clinical and Experimental Medicine, Czech Republic

For over 35 years, the Institute for Clinical and Experimental Medicine has provided healthcare services at the highest level. The Institute’s main objective lies in continuous improvement of healthcare for patients, refining medical procedures and applying the latest scientific knowledge in our work. Over the time of its existence, IKEM has become one of the largest specialized clinical and scientific research centres in the Czech Republic, focusing on the treatment of cardiovascular diseases, organ transplants, diabetology, and treatment of metabolic disorders.

Sapienza University of Rome (Biblioteca Dipartimento di Medicina Interna e Specialità Mediche), Italy

Department of Internal Medicine and Medical Specialties, keeping with the spirit and the objectives of its original institution, consisting of an actual practice of interdisciplinarity in scientific research, currently includes several subject areas: Internal Medicine, Endocrinology , Gastroenterology, Nephrology, Nuclear Medicine, Rheumatology.

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