Experts have recommended that the roof of the National Stadium in Warsaw should remain open until the structure's audit is complete, which will take months.
Working at a site near Chełmno in the Kuyavian-Pomeranian district, the archaeologists uncovered dozens of bronze ornaments in a peat bog, including necklaces, bracelets, greaves, decorative pins, as well as numerous human bones.
Named Athena after the Greek goddess of wisdom, the computer has a mind-boggling computing power of over 7.7 petaflops and according to Kraków’s elite AGH University of Science and Technology, is set to give a boost to Polish science and innovation.
Natalia Kunowska had stuck the letter containing her phone number and a 10 ruble note into the bottle before throwing it into the water where, a decade later it was found by a Russian ecologist called Maksim.
Around 18 metres long and 1.5 metres wide, the housing complex was designed to resemble a mini-version of the AGH University of Science and Technology’s building, so that, as the organisers put it, the hedgehogs “immediately feel that they live at AGH”.
With multiple medical conditions known to cause changes in how we speak, which is one of the first signs of emerging illnesses, Kraków startup Techmo has developed a clever app to help early detection.
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.
An engineering student makes waves in academia and on the internet by making a BB-8 replica for her thesis.
Thousands in Małopolska flock to college labs and universities during Researcher’s Night.
Like the result of a romantic weekend between Eric Clapton and R2D2, the inventors came up with a robot that can both pluck and strum. They now plan to give it a 3-D printed human body.
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