The creation of partnerships based on exchange of knowledge, common values and a common intention, which is the introduction of a digital revolution in public administration, were the main aims enshrined in the letter of intent between Poland's GovTech and Scotland's CivTech.
Next April, the Światowid satellite will finish its testing phase. It will be flown to the International Space Station (ISS) from where it will be launched into orbit, the president of SatRevolution, Grzegorz Zwoliński, told PAP.
The Biotechnika company in Łódź, central Poland, will supply self-developed innovative technology to a new-build bio-refinery in North Dakota, USA, in a deal worth over USD 80 million.
Israel is often referred to as the ‘start-up nation’ and Poland wants to attract Israeli technology and start-up companies to Poland.
Poland wants to cooperate with France in changing Europe's industry and invest in future-oriented industrial sectors, PM Mateusz Morawiecki said on Friday at the Warsaw Meetings, an annual Polish-French economic forum.
With the tick season underway, the pests are out and about, jumping aboard human hosts and sucking up their blood.
About 300 start-ups from all over the world will take part in the 12th infoShare conference, an international event devoted to new technologies and innovations, to start in Gdańsk, northern Poland, on Tuesday.
Poland's Minister for Entrepreneurship and Technology, Jadwiga Emilewicz, told PAP on Friday that the new pro-investment bill, recently approved by the Sejm (lower house), entails groundbreaking changes and entrepreneurs had a key say in its shape.
Two cities, four crews and four different electric cars: there were the parameters of the e-Rally held in Poland on 21-22 April. The crews, made up of journalists from different Polish media outlets, set out to test four e-cars: a BMW i3, a Hyundai Ioniq, a Nissan Leaf and a newer Nissan Leaf II. Their mission was to get from Warsaw to Wrocław and back again, swapping cars midway.
What do you get if you cross a car with a motorbike? The answer is not a two-wheeled car but rather the Triggo - an electric car that its Polish inventors say combines the manoeuvrability of a motorbike with the advantages of a car.