The first device in the world to use four types of technology as part of the disinfection process, tests at the Jagiellonian University of Kraków showed the ‘Sterylis’ device was able to successfully destroy the Coronavirus pathogen in enclosed spaces.
Alicja Wróblewska’s project aims to spotlight mankind’s impact on the environment
The son of a Polish pharmacist Leo Sternbach changed the pharmaceutical world.
The graves contain bodies of soldiers killed in battles between the Austro-Hungarian and Russian empires.
Just a few centimetres long with a visible snout and ears, the figurines were discovered at the settlement from around 3,500 years ago encircled by a monumental stone wall – which captured researchers’ interests because it is the oldest of its kind in this part of Europe.
Poland, like other Central European states, was quick to roll out life-saving lockdowns.
Scientists noticed a massive decline in the number of infected areas after city authorities began disinfecting Kraków’s streets and public areas including ATMs and bus stops. Now they say as restrictions are gradually relaxed and more people leave their homes, disinfecting places is likely to become a feature of ordinary life.
A group of scientists from the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, southern Poland, has come up with a substance that has a strong inhibiting effect on the coronavirus infection.
Polish scientists have isolated and characterised the SARS-CoV-2 virus from a sample taken from the first person diagnosed with coronavirus infection in Poland.
The Małopolska Centre of Biotechnology of the Jagiellonian University in Kraków, south Poland, will receive PLN 25 million (EUR 5.8 mln) for research on coronavirus, Ministry of Science and Higher Education Jarosław Gowin told a Monday press conference.