The ‘dinosaur’ app from Warsaw-based start-up Immersion, lets visitors to New York’s Museum of Natural History explore the world and biology of the fearsome predator in full virtual reality.
Dajer along with his wife run a pioneering company developing affordable and life-saving technology for hospitals.
Needing only a urine sample, the easy to use, quick and non-invasive tester changes colour depending on the result.
The new Agency will fill a gap in Poland, supporting medical progress through analysis, funding and research, with the ultimate aim of improving healthcare in the country.
Albino penguins are extremely rare and vulnerable and most don’t survive infancy. Because a penguin’s sex is normally determined by the colour of its feathers, zoo keepers will now carry out a DNA test to determine its gender.
As delegates wrap up two days of talks at the 20th anniversary of the Baltic Sea Day in St. Petersburg, Russia, TFN takes a closer look at the dangers threatening the Baltic’s ecosystems, survival and the actions being undertaken to counter them.
At its launch, Golem managed to raise $8.6 million in investment in just 29 minutes as it wowed the market with its ‘computing power for rent’ idea.
Thanks to the robots, children will see on their tablets everything that is going on in the enclosures, and will even be able to visit parts of the zoo not usually available to visitors.
The new x-ray telescope will allow scientists to look into the deep universe where the first gas structures and super massive black holes formed.
Scientists have collected pancreatic islets from animals and mixed them with bio-inks, a substance with a composition that allows the survival of these cells.