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The Faculty of Civil Engineering at the University of Technology in Kraków is now offering studies in Ukrainian for aspriring engineers.
Although the use of starch in recycled materials is not new, previous attempts to apply it created materials that were weak and susceptible to tears. The new development from the Łódź University of Technology has overcome the problem for the first time in history.
A video of the arm at work shows it being able to lift a 7kg dumb-bell and acting like a real human arm, wiggling its fingers and clasping the weight.
Ewelina Drelich from Warsaw University of Technology came up with the idea for the hand prosthesis with cheap, interchangeable parts for her engineering thesis.
By analysing which parts of a chair are most often touched by its user, Angelika Kopcińska came up with a way for it to disinfect itself using rollers and UV-C light.
VIDEO: The Weregolf suit is based on a motion capture technology, which ensures identification of even most complex movements.
Named as one of just 24 people under the age of 24, Torchała joins a select group of young engineers.
If it weren’t for the Polish engineer born in a small town northwest of Łódź, World Space Week, annually celebrated by 95 nations from Oct 4th- Oct 10th, probably wouldn’t exist. There may have been space travel, but not as we know it.
Deciding the newly rebuilt palace interfered with their architectural concept, post-war planners placed the 8,000-tonne, 65-metre-long and 18-metre-wide palace on 16 tracks and then spent 49 days moving it to its current location.