Miracle surgeon Adam Maciejewski has been awarded the prestigious Godina fellowship for his ground-breaking multi-organ transplants.
Professor Adam Maciejewski from the Oncology Centre in Gliwice was recognized by the American Society for Reconstructive Microsurgery (ASRM) for completely rebuilding the internal organs of a six-year-old boy’s neck by transplanting a new larynx, trachea and throat, as well as bone marrow.
The Gliwice Museum in Gliwice, southern Poland, has been nominated for the European Museum of the Year (EMYA) award for its Upper-Silesian Jewish Remembrance House project, the museum said on Tuesday.
The Amazon logistics center in Gliwice, southern Poland, is scheduled to start operations in 2020. It will be the company's largest facility of its type in terms of robotisation solutions.
The two-day Forum for the Remembrance of Jewish Heritage in Poland will take place in Gliwice, southern Poland, on Wednesday, and will mainly focus on maintenance of the Jewish cemeteries and heritage sites.
A child chess prodigy who studied criminology and forensic sciences at the University of Toronto, stunning Ania Krosińska says “I am proud of my Polish origin and cultivate Polish traditions.”
Jacek Kurski, chairman of the Polish national state broadcaster TVP, and Jon Ola Sand, the Eurovision Song Contest's executive supervisor, signed an agreement, on Tuesday, on the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2019, to be held in Gliwice, southern Poland.
A new Opel automobile plant, which will provide a minimum of 300 new jobs and investments worth more than EUR 230 mln, is being built in Gliwice, southern Poland, said Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki, who was visiting the city on Monday.
The Formula Student competitions aim to test the knowledge and skills of aspiring F1 engineers in practice. The participants design and test the racing cars, even making most of the parts themselves.
The David v Goliath proportions of the story have earned inevitable comparisons to Leicester City’s improbable Premiership triumph in 2016.