Scientists carrying out research into the once-a-decade International Stork Census found that in the last 10 years there has been a staggering 35.5 percent drop in stork numbers in southwest Poland.
The team from Poznań, Warsaw and Toruń say that, if successful, by using stem cells found in human gums they will be able to produce tooth buds and rebuild the structure of the peripheral nerves.
Scientists at the Warsaw Mummy Project discovered the foetus was covered with natron, a naturally occurring mixture of sodium carbonate decahydrate, to dry the body and began to “pickle” in an acidic environment.
A majority of Polish workers are in favour of shifting to a four-day working week, research by the Personnel Service employment agency has shown.
The data from consumer market research firm Growth from Knowledge (GfK), revealed that coffee sales in the first half of 2021 reached PLN 1.54 billion, an increase of just over 7 percent on the same time last year.
In this edition of The Debrief, we meet a team of intrepid scientists as they set sail for Antarctica on a mission to reopen the Dobrowolski research station, which was abandoned four decades ago...
Last used by Polish scientists in 1979, a team of four scientists from the Institute of Geophysics at the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw will set out from the German port of Bremerhaven on the 10th of November on a two-month journey to reach the station by boat.
VIDEO: The remarkable video which is being hailed as the world’s first sighting of a polar bear hunting a reindeer, was captured by Polish scientists at the Polish Polar Base in Norway. The scientists say reindeers could be becoming a staple diet for the bears as a result of climate change.
In what has been described as a ‘breakthrough project’ the initiative will analyse the odours and their historical significance in an attempt to develop a new interpretation of the artefacts.
The discovery 70 years ago this month of the 15th-century remains, as well as the earlier discovery of pewter containers holding the heart and innards of 17th-century Władysław IV, were met with wild celebrations and dubbed the find of the century. But then people started dying…