The last of eight Polish devices to be used for testing new-generation European meteorological satellites under the European Space Agency's (ESA) MetOp-SG programme were delivered to ESA in mid-August.
The hospital will be built by InventionMed and specialize in training dermatological specialists.
The reconstructed H. Arctowski Polish Antarctic Station is expected to start operation in 2023, Agnieszka Kruszewska from the Institute of Biophysics and Biochemistry at the Polish Academy of Sciences (IBB PAN), the station's managing institution, has told PAP.
At the end of July a massive asteroid dubbed ‘City Killer’ hurtled past earth. If it had hit Warsaw, the whole of central Poland would have been threatened with a crater several kilometres wide and 400 metres deep, says planetary geologist Dr Anna Łosiak.
The team from the University of Warsaw say their unique map, which was based on observing 2,400 stars less than 250 million years old, is more accurate than models currently in use.
The device transforms from a slim belt into something that can save a life in a matter of seconds.
The new station on Antarctica will resist the elements but also foster the wellbeing of its residents.
The camp which is run by pharmaceutical company ADAMED has already helped 200 youngsters and seen alumni go on to attend some of the world’s most prestigious universities such as Oxford and Cambridge.
Holo4Labs’ mixed reality app means that users will be able to present digital data in the real world in the form of hologram-style images projected onto the lens of the glasses, not dissimilar to a VR game.
According to archaeologists, the burial ground was used in the second half of the 6th and 7th Century, when the area was inhabited by descendants of the Baltic population. All the bodies were incinerated before being placed directly in pits in the ground.