The "Castastica copernicus" was found in the high Peruvian Andes on the edges of a forest 3,500 metres above sea level by scientists from the Nature Education Centre at the Jagiellonian University in Kraków.
Founded by Chemistry Europe, a European association representing over 75,000 chemists, the magazine challenged the public to submit images that demonstrated their passion for chemistry.
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Jan Zalasiewicz who works as a professor of Paleobiology at theUniversity of Leicester in the UK, scooped the award following the publication of an article in 2017 entitled ‘Eating Fossils’.
Archaeologists who made the grim discovery during work at the garden’s Maria Curie-Skłodowska University say they currently unsure why the people were buried here but suggest they could have been the victim of a plague which swept across the country in the 15th century.
Based around a smartphone app created by Kryca, users are able to order supplies by stating a start point and delivery destination. Through this, orders of milk, medicine, adrenaline shots and blood can be made to those in dire need.
The previously unknown species of red-eyed snake was discovered by Prof. Philippe Kok during a National Geographic research expedition to a remote, misty forest in the highlands of western Guyana.
The four teeth dating from around 148 million years ago were uncovered by ccientists from Krakow's Jagiellonian University and the Polish Academy of Sciences.
Making her debut on Saturday on Radio Piekary, Basia is set to become a weekend regular with her own summer slot.
More than 105,000 foreigners were studying in Poland during the 2022-23 academic year, the 'Perspektywy' Education Foundation has reported.