Weighing just 185 kg and accelerating from 0 to 100 kmph in a blistering 3.2 seconds, the racing car from University of Białystok students is set to get tongues flapping at the international SAE Formula Student race competitions later this month.
The heat-beating bus stops in Białystok will be surrounded by decorative grasses and perennial shrubs which city authorities say will “mitigate the effects of climate change by lowering the temperature and reducing the phenomenon of so-called urban heat island, microclimate improvement, rainwater retention”.
For the stage adaptation to go ahead, the theatre had to receive permission from Middle-earth Enterprises, a division of the Saul Zaentz Company, which owns exclusive rights to the film, merchandising and theatre rights of “The Hobbit” and other works of the author J.R.R. Tolkien.
The New Epiphany of Beauty competition at the Icon Museum in the 15th century town of Supraśl, collects and preserves 21st Century icons. The museum has one of the richest collections of icons in Poland from the past three centuries.
Scientists in Białystok have found cancer-eating mushrooms which they believe could help prevent colon cancer.
On the 159th birthday of L. L. Zamenhof, TFN’s Jacek Borowski delves into the past of the ophthalmologist from Białystok, who invented the most successful constructed language in the world.
Although custom-made goods are not a novelty, those produced in Poland are steadily gaining domestic and international acclaim with stars such as Slash, Fismoll and Doda getting their very own ‘pimped’ products.
The electronic ‘fox’ becomes a family’s or office’s helper, calendar and time management app. Anima is integrated with the smart home systems, such as interactive speakers or lights, turning them off for us according to our plans. It uses Bluetooth instead of localisation to conserve energy.
The school says that the idea behind having classes in the forest is to combat nature deficit. The theory is that many of today’s child health problems like allergies, obesity, depression and ADHD derive from children having a lack of contact with nature.
Once upon time, town records show that when Zygmunt August was staying locally the town touted ten inns selling mead, 15 dealing vodka and a further 36 specializing in beer.