With multiple medical conditions known to cause changes in how we speak, which is one of the first signs of emerging illnesses, Kraków startup Techmo has developed a clever app to help early detection.
Professor Bartosz Grzybowski and his team have shown the world how to produce HCQ, a medicine used to treat COVID-19, from inexpensive compounds, through the use of his Chematica computer program.
In an exclusive, TFN profiles the clinic that could transform the way antibiotic-resistant infections are treated.
Miracle surgeon Adam Maciejewski has been awarded the prestigious Godina fellowship for his ground-breaking multi-organ transplants.
The device can reduce the level of stress faced by expectant mothers and cut down on hospital visits.
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.
BrainScan impressed judges at the 105th scientific assembly and annual meeting of the Radiological Society of North America with their brain scanning technology.
Distracting a patient with virtual reality and making them do small tasks can reduce the pain felt.
The Sano Centre for Computational Personalised Medicine, an international research foundation, will be launched in Kraków, southern Poland, thanks to funds from the European Commission.
The courses aim to give future doctors the digital skills they need to use the latest technology.