A newly-opened exhibition at the Warsaw University of Technology tells the fascinating history of Polish aviation. Running from October 22-23, the ‘Per aspera ad astra’ exhibition shows off some of Poland’s greatest aerial achievements, from fighter aircraft to rockets.
Poland’s space agency holds talks with Nasa on future projects including a moon base.
Immunotherapy, also called biologic therapy, is a type of cancer treatment that boosts the body's natural defences to fight cancer. It uses substances made by the body or in a laboratory to improve or restore immune system function.
Based on the Jagiellonian University campus in Kraków, the synchrotron is relatively small, with a circumference of just 96m, compared to, for example, the 26.7km Hadron Collider.
Dziewanna, which was discovered by Polish scientists at Warsaw Uni, is estimated to be 470 kilometres across, making its surface one-seventh of the Moon’s and one of the 40 largest known objects in the Solar System.
Archaeologists from Kraków's Jagiellonian University have discovered a settlement dating back to the Neolithic period in northern Jordan.
The discovery of finger bones from the hand of the Neanderthal child are more than twice as old as the previous oldest find of hominid bones in the area - the remains of three teeth dated to 52,000-54,000 years. The child may have been attacked and killed by a bird of prey or a scavenger may have chewed its hand after death.
Thousands in Małopolska flock to college labs and universities during Researcher’s Night.
Polish scientist Jacek Oleksyn and American Peter Reich have been chosen for the 2018 Poland – U.S. Science Award (PLUS Award) for their scientific achievements in the areas of environmental and plant sciences.
More than 130 attractions are planned for the 9th 'Night at the Institute of Aviation,' which will take place in Warsaw on October 12.