Dr. Lidia Morawska was listed in the ‘innovators’ section of Time’s list for “recognizing the importance of aerosol transmission and marshalling the data that would convince the World Health Organization and other authoritative bodies to do the same.”
Translated into 52 languages, the bespectacled writer and philosopher predicted the internet, 3D printing, digitalised photographs and was once denounced to the FBI for being a Communist conspiracy group codenamed L.E.M. that was out to infiltrate the world of American science fiction.
VIDEO: Concerned about the amount of plastic waste being produced by disposable 3-ply face masks, the students came up with a device called XTRUDE ZERO which disinfects the face masks before turning them into a reusable multipurpose polymer pellet that can be subsequently used again in the manufacture of a wide range of plastic parts.
A building in Lublin has become the first in the world to install an innovative photovoltaic installation made entirely from solar panels using pioneering perovskite technology.
Agnieszka Elwertowska, a computer engineer and student of the WSB University in Gdańsk, took part in the CHILL-ICE mission organised by Euro Moon Mars ESTEC in one of Iceland’s lava tunnels.
The study called ‘Our Genomes’ also revealed that Poles do not have anything in their genome to help process alcohol in the body. In this case, they do not differ much from other Europeans, but they cope with it better than Asians.
The 2,000-year-old discovery, the first of its kind in the country, was made next to the remains of an ancient temple in the ancient city of Nea Paphos in Cyprus.
Video: Working with the Polish Academy of Sciences, the fish-shaped unmanned underwater vehicles from Noa Marine will be able to autonomously collect chemical, acoustic, geological and visual data without human intervention for periods of up to six months.
The art pieces include an amber craftsman’s house, the first art piece in the world manufactured in a 1:6 scale with figures and elements of the interior entirely 3D printed.
With the new method, the patient could be asked to simply exhale and will know the result in under a minute.