The LEM Thunder v2 electric motorcycle, designed and built by students from the Wrocław University of Science and Technology (WUST), has taken second place in the 2019 SmartMoto Challenge competition in Barcelona, in the 30kW nominal power category.
Students from Kraków's AGH University of Science and Technology have become the first students in Poland to build a solar powered aircraft. Its maiden flight took place on Wednesday at the Polish Aviation Museum in Kraków.
Weighing just 185 kg and accelerating from 0 to 100 kmph in a blistering 3.2 seconds, the racing car from University of Białystok students is set to get tongues flapping at the international SAE Formula Student race competitions later this month.
The students from the University of Wrocław’s Innspace group and Twardowsky project beat off competition from 10 competitors to take make it through to the finals of the Mars Society's Mars Colony Prize design contest.
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.
In just four weeks the Comixify website, which allows visitors to convert video into a comic strip, has been flooded by over 180,000 viewers and has generated over 22,000 comics.
Students from the AGH University of Science and Technology in Kraków (southern Poland) have constructed the first mechanical rolling footbridge in Poland. The footbridge is 3.35 m long and is able to support weights of up to 200 kg, the university announced.
A group of 20 students from Poland and Germany are starting the cleanup of the cemeteries of villages that became extinct after World War II, in the Pisz Forest, in the Masuria region (northern Poland).
Students of the Faculty of Architecture of the Silesian University of Technology (PŚ) in Gliwice, southern Poland, took first and second place in the international architectural competition #ValenciaCall for the design of social housing in Valencia.
In Wrocław, the University will offer undergraduate degrees taught in English in subjects including IT, cybersecurity, business, engineering and hotel management. The decision further cements Wrocław’s reputation as a thriving academic city.