Specialists say the 200-million-year-old fossils are the most spectacular dinosaur discovery ever made in Poland, the biggest of its type in Europe and possibly the world.
On Saturday Stockholm inaugurated its annual Nobel Week with an illumination in tribute to Polish chemist and two-time Nobelist Maria Skłodowska-Curie on the city's main Vaesterbron Bridge.
Entitled To Conquer Typhus, the film’s producer Bogdan Miszczak said: “When I started looking for information on Dr Weigl, I came to the conclusion that we could not have thought of a better hero.”
Michał Paczyński from the town of Iłża near Radom beat off competition from hundreds of entries across the world to take first place at the International Impact Creators Competition in San Francisco organised by Intel.
In this episode of The Debrief, we take a look at how a team of scientists have decided to create a library of historic smells.and their historical significance in an attempt to develop a new interpretation and a new narrative to describe the artefacts.
A video of the arm at work shows it being able to lift a 7kg dumb-bell and acting like a real human arm, wiggling its fingers and clasping the weight.
In this edition of The Debrief, we meet a team of intrepid scientists as they set sail for Antarctica on a mission to reopen the Dobrowolski research station, which was abandoned four decades ago...
Last used by Polish scientists in 1979, a team of four scientists from the Institute of Geophysics at the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw will set out from the German port of Bremerhaven on the 10th of November on a two-month journey to reach the station by boat.
In this edition of The Debrief, we speak to genetics Professor Michał Witt about how we can finally ascertain the cause of death of Poland’s most beloved composer, Fryderyk Chopin.
Professor Michał Witt from the Institute of Human Genetics PAS in Poznań said that despite the composer’s death certificate putting tuberculosis as cause of death, there was still room for doubt.