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.
A specialist in theories regarding the interactions between dark matter particles and their impact on the early evolution of the Universe, Dr. Sebastian Trojanowski hopes his new experiment will ‘discover the undiscovered’.
One of the tasks involved “raising the heaviest possible weight with the lightest possible aircraft” on a mission simulation to colonise the red planet.
They may sound like something from Doctor Who but thanks to the work of a Kraków professor time crystals could become a reality.
After travelling around Asia, Tom Diserens decided to explore his Polish roots so moved to Warsaw where he started a master’s degree in environmental management at Warsaw University. It was during that time that the seed of his fascination with wolves was sown.
The find in southern Poland appears to challenge existing beliefs about how the Neanderthals used open spaces. Scientists thought that Neanderthals living outside caves rarely settled there for long, at least not until later, alongside homo sapiens. For this reason, they rarely left behind larger numbers of tools.