An intelligent AI drone has become the latest innovative tool employed by Polish cities to help combat illegal billboard advertising while also helping to improve urban road safety.
Scientists at the Warsaw University of Technology have developed a miniature radar designed to detect unauthorised machinery and objects; though not designed with the war in mind, the team say they are happy for the Ukrainian military to use their technology.
Wroclaw students pick up prizes at international aviation competition.
So far the initiative has resulted in the production of 3D protective elbow and knee pads, tourniquets, eye washers, periscopes, shooting covers, and even drones at a rate of 50 per week.
The appearance of the former inhabitants of Upper Lusatia - - a historical land located on what is today both sides of the Polish-German border - was reconstructed by anthropologists, archaeologists and visual artists in Wrocław.
The team from Poznań, Warsaw and Toruń say that, if successful, by using stem cells found in human gums they will be able to produce tooth buds and rebuild the structure of the peripheral nerves.
As Poland recovers from Storm Eunice, are such winds going to become the new normal as a result of climate change?
The trio scientists are credited with building the first quantum processor in the world, thereby proving that information can be transmitted via light spectrums emitted by all objects.
Although the use of starch in recycled materials is not new, previous attempts to apply it created materials that were weak and susceptible to tears. The new development from the Łódź University of Technology has overcome the problem for the first time in history.
The new laser - the so-called ‘optical frequency comb’ - which allows for safe and non-invasive assessment of an eye’s condition, opens up new therapeutic possibilities for retinal degenerative diseases such as age-related macular degeneration.