The son of a Polish pharmacist Leo Sternbach changed the pharmaceutical world.
Little Emilia was born on August 17, weighing a healthy 2.5 kilograms after tragedy struck and her mum Sylwia suffered a heart attack. Rushed to hospital, Sylwia’s heart was revived but by then she had suffered serious brain damage, and had descended into a vegetative state.
Using a chatbot helps patients diagnose their problems before seeing a doctor.
The CarnaLife Holo system presents a 3D map of where to cut and what obstructions are present, and allows surgeons to create a holographic image that can be rotated and examined helping surgeons better plan and carry out operations.
Derived from bee saliva and beeswax the bandages could greatly enhance the treatment of wounds.
A foundation is helping Poles living in Ukraine get through the COVID-19 crisis.
Eleven Nobel Prize winners from the fields of physiology or medicine and chemistry have written a letter to University of Warsaw (UW) asking the rector-elect's support for the UW-based International Research Agenda ReMedy unit, which is facing liquidation.
We talk to Andrew de Roy of the Central European Cannabis Form (www.cecf.eu) to find out more about medical cannabis in Poland.
The funds will go to help people, especially the elderly, who are struggling to make ends meet because of the lockdown.
Procedures had to be modified to operate on the infant, who was suffering from a rare type of cancer.