Miko Marczyk is a champion Polish rally driver making waves in the fast, aggressive sport. Aged just 23, he's already competing at the top national level of rally driving and looks set to have a bright future in the sport. As a very small boy, he was a natural behind the wheel. Today, Miko is a member of the Skoda Polska Motorsport team, one of the youngest ever rally drivers to compete at this level.
Among others, the play features the extraordinary life of Polish resistance fighter Maria Eugenia Jasińska who after being tortured for a year by the Gestapo was sentenced to death by hanging for refusing to ‘name names’.
The smart handheld device can accurately diagnose infections of humans and animals in real time. It works by first taking a swab of DNA, which is then digitally analysed for four minutes before giving a detailed analysis of the infection you, or your animal, have.
The researchers found that the better the mobility of the diaphragm during normal breathing, the lesser the lack of balance in a standing position.
Setting sail from Casablanca on 25 January 1967, when he arrived in Dakar 165 days later, he had broken the world record for an uninterrupted solo ocean-going journey.
According to a survey by the Office of Electronic Communications (UKE), 93.1 percent of Poles are connected to the mobile network, while the number of respondents having smartphones is 65.6 percent, with over 90 percentage of smartphone users being under the age of 44.
Prof. Tatsuya Okubo, dean of the School of Engineering at the University of Tokyo, and Prof. Krzysztof Kurek, director of the National Centre for Nuclear Research (NCBJ) signed an academic exchange agreement between the two institutions, in Warsaw, on Monday.
The International Center for Translational Eye Research is to be built in Warsaw thanks to co-financing from the Foundation for Polish Science (FNP) within the framework of the International Research Agendas programme.
Originally, the archeology students hoped to find remnants of the ‘Great Battle’ that resulted in the fall of the last Mayan city in 1697. Instead, they came across much older historical remains including skull-shaped incense burners and sacrificial glass blades dating back to 150 BC.
The building’s interior, complete with grand staircases and high ceilings, contains numerous 19th Century details, from stucco work to mosaic parquets. There will also be a spa and terrace for cocktails onsite.