By examining the use of 130 examples of ceramic lekanes (a type of low bowl), Dr Bartłomiej Lis of the Institute of Archeology and Ethnology at the Polish Academy of Sciences found that the lekanes were used as handwashing basins – rather than as tableware to eat food from.
Although looking very similar to traditional CCTV, Inwebit’s Smart Security Platform (SSP) uses advanced algorithms for identifying specific events based on image and sound analysis and sensor data.
With their fearsome appearance, powerful jaws and sharp teeth, wolves are often portrayed as villains in film and literature. Now, as part of longstanding efforts to protect them scientists are urging people to view and treat them differently.
VIDEO: The Weregolf suit is based on a motion capture technology, which ensures identification of even most complex movements.
In this episode of The Debrief, we get the inside info from Mabion, a Polish biotech firm which has teamed up with Novavax in the US to produce Covid vaccines.
VIDEO: Using the scanning transmission X-ray microscope Maxymus at Bessy II at the Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin, the team was able to film the recurring periodic magnetisation structure in a crystal.
VIDEO: A portmanteau of 'sensual' and 'monster', the 4.5-metre-long Senster enthralled audiences in the early 1970s, at a time when space exploration and mechanical revolution made anything seem possible.
Biotech firm Mabion said it had signed a deal with the US company for the ‘transfer of technology and technological trials in the manufacture of an antigen for Novavax's Covid-19 vaccine’.
Regolith is a layer of loose deposits covering solid rock on the surface of the Earth and Moon, as well as certain other celestial bodies. On the Moon, its thickness can vary from around 5 metres to 10 metres on highland surfaces.
In this episode of The Debrief, with the impending arrival of spring, everything you wanted to know about Polish storks, but were too afraid to ask…