TFN speaks to Agnieszka Elwertowska, an analogue Mars mission commander, engineer and IT student, who hopes to become only the second Polish astronaut after Mirosław Hermaszewski.
Ensuring a safe working environment in offices is becoming a priority for developers.
Initially seen as being a bit of a joke, the Star Wars inspired sabre contains an unusual lens which can help scientists create an innovative corneal implant for cataract patients.
The bespoke e-MaksPower racing car from the Warsaw University of Technology students took two years to build and cost 80,000 PLN after 10-year-old Maks told them he would love to go racing.
History has almost forgotten Jan Czochralski but without his ground-breaking work the world would look very different.
Engineers from the Warsaw University of Technology which started the Hyper Poland company after advancing to the finals of Elon Musk’s Hyper Pod Competition in 2016, plan to use the funds on research and perfecting their technology.
Warsaw University of Technology’s SAE Aero Design club is hard at work, finishing preparations before flying their remote controlled aircrafts to another set of victories. TFN’s Joanna Jasińska sat down with four of the students – constructors and engineers – to find out what it’s all about, before they depart for California and the SAE Aero Design West contest on April 5-7.
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.
A retractable system will slowly cause the satellite to burn up, helping reduce the satellite’s lifetime from over fifteen years down to a dozen or so months. If the experiment works it will be a major victory in the fight against space debris.
A newly-opened exhibition at the Warsaw University of Technology tells the fascinating history of Polish aviation. Running from October 22-23, the ‘Per aspera ad astra’ exhibition shows off some of Poland’s greatest aerial achievements, from fighter aircraft to rockets.