The fifth Polish satellite in near-Earth orbit, the KRAKsat will be the world’s first to use a ferrofluid flywheel. The main task of the satellite is to investigate how this will behave in space and whether it can be used in the space industry as a flywheel.
Talks are continuing on the subject of re-opening the UN-Habitat office in Poland, Investment and Development Minister Jerzy Kwieciński announced during the First National Urban Forum in Kraków (southern Poland) on Monday.
Michelin’s Main Cities of Europe 2019 guide sees Poland remaining strong on the culinary map of Europe.
Hailed as being a ‘flagship cultural institution’, Planet Lem, as it’s called, has been designed by the award-winning team behind Warsaw’s Hala Koszyki food hall and the Pixel building in Poznań.
The Boat Race is one of the oldest sporting events in the world, attracting up to 250,000 members of the public as well as Oxbridge students and alumni to the banks of Thames, with tens of millions of others watching it on TV.
Joanna Piotrowska has made a name for herself with her black and white photographs shot in close-up family environments that make a broader statement about the world we live in.
LOT Polish Airlines, the flag carrier of Poland, has launched a new connection from Kraków (southern Poland) to Tel Aviv, Israel, Kraków Airport has announced.
Archaeologists from the Jagiellonian University in Kraków, southern Poland, have developed a professional, digital guide to southern Jordan, which includes not only information about the nature and landscapes but also a word about Polish research in the region.
Thirteen Polish regional airports serviced a record number of 28.1 million passengers in 2018, 15.3 percent more than in the previous year, according to data from the Polish Regional Airports Union.
The museum bears the name of the Czartoryskis, a Polish princely family. Founded in Puławy in 1801 by Princess Izabela Czartoryska, it claims to be the oldest museum facility in Poland.