It was established in 1922 as the Society of the Sciences and Arts Friends in Gdańsk (Towarzystwo Przyjaciół Nauki i Sztuki w Gdańsku) and was active till 1939, abolished during World War II, reactivated in 1945, having had its present name since 1956.
Today it has five divisions.
Its main publications include:
The Post-Scientific Society: Although Science and Technology Will Continue to Play a Vital Role in Innovation, the Critical Ingredients for Continued U.S. Economic Success Are Likely to Come from Other Disciplines
Sep 22, 2007; The United States is blessed with an extraordinarily successful system for the generation and application of innovation, as...