Researchers in Gdańsk, northern Poland, are working on a new coronavirus test which could prove considerably less expensive than the currently used tests.
GovTech Polska, the Polish government's technology agency, has launched a virtual edition of the largest stationary hackathon in Europe, HackYeah Online, with the aim of combatting the effects of the coronavirus epidemic, GovTech Polska has said.
The gory details revealed that they were laid in shallow wells, which were then plastered over and sometimes reopened so that certain body parts could be removed, or so that earlier remains could be moved to make room for new corpses.
With multiple medical conditions known to cause changes in how we speak, which is one of the first signs of emerging illnesses, Kraków startup Techmo has developed a clever app to help early detection.
Professor Bartosz Grzybowski and his team have shown the world how to produce HCQ, a medicine used to treat COVID-19, from inexpensive compounds, through the use of his Chematica computer program.
The team from Gdynia impressed judges in the Education category with their 3class application which connects primary school children and parents with free teachers to organise lessons.
In an exclusive, TFN profiles the clinic that could transform the way antibiotic-resistant infections are treated.
With the number of people quarantined and in need of testing for coronavirus, the Polish Academy of Sciences’ Bioorganic Chemistry Institute in Poznań has begun using equipment usually dedicated to research and to repurpose it as additional diagnostic centres.
Professor Katherine Kedzierska and her team at the University of Melbourne, Australia, spent years researching ways our bodies fight viruses. Now they have published research that shows our immune system responds to coronavirus in the same way it does when we try to fight the flu.
Polish scientists have isolated and characterised the SARS-CoV-2 virus from a sample taken from the first person diagnosed with coronavirus infection in Poland.