Close to 50 percent of Polish employers employ a worker from Ukraine, new research has shown.
Jagiellonian University said that observations of sugar cane led to the discovery of the powerful plant substance called albicidin, which was found to possess a unique way of attacking bacteria in comparison to other drugs.
One of the ways we can perceive and define a city is by the way it smells. New research spotlights historical smells and – more importantly – what was done about them, in the Polish city of Lublin.
The findings reveal that over three quarters of respondents in Poland are strongly influenced by their pet’s reaction to a new partner, to the extent that this would be seen as one of the deciding factors as to whether or not they would see that person again.
According to archeologists examining the medieval king’s tomb at Wawel castle in Kraków, the nickname might not even refer to the king’s height, which is thought to have been 120cm.
Discovered in the archives of the Polish Institute and Sikorski Museum in London, the two deciphered telegrams show reports by Polish army units that the German army had crossed the Polish border on the outskirts of Rybnik alongside a large group of German tanks an hour earlier than attacks on Wieluń and Westerplatte.
Every year, the tongue-in-cheek Ig Nobel awards, sometimes called the anti-Nobels, celebrate the most unusual scientific research. Although the awards are supposed to be funny, the research often has serious applications.
The Polish Press Agency was one of the organizations distinguished by the Main Council of Research Institutes in Warsaw on Friday.
Only one in 10 Poles believe Polish-German relations are good, a Friday-published survey by the IBRiS research institute has revealed.
Scientists at the Warsaw Mummy Project in Poland were carrying out a scan of the ancient corpse’s skull when they discovered unusual markings in the bone.