The bio-nanosatellite lab will carry out research on how drugs affect cancer cells as it orbits the earth.
The droid will carry a blood sample to a hospital in a flight with almost no human involvement.
If, as researchers believe, the 2l/Borisov comet comes from another galaxy this makes it a huge discovery: as the first comet from so far away and the second object from intergalactic space observed in the Solar System.
The satellite will help map the planet’s surface and take images of one of its moons.
The political scientist and philosopher known for his books The End of History and The Last Man was in the capital to attend a forum in memory of Boris Nemtsov, a Russian politician and leading opponent of Vladimir Putin who was shot dead near the Kremlin in 2015.
The shelter has green ivy walls, a heated bench, economical lighting, hybrid power supply, and chargers for mobile devices.
The telehealth kiosk which has been installed at Warsaw’s Metro Młociny underground station lets commuters carry out basic health check ups, without the hassle of having to make an appointment with a doctor.
Professor Artur Ekert, a Pole working at Oxford University, is considered to be one of the candidates for this year’s Nobel Prize in physics, the Swedish TT News Agency has reported, citing the rankings of the American company Clarivate Analytics.
Insect houses in Warsaw get makeover as a result of a Greenpeace initiative.
The University of Life Sciences in Poznan, west-central Poland, is set to widen its links with universities in China in connection with the new Silk Road network.