Named after the shape-changing mythical god ‘Proteus’, the super strong material has so far been impossible to cut, resistant even to angle grinders, drills and high-pressure water jets.
The incredible photograph taken by biologist Marek Miś won over the hearts of the jury who praised his water flea pic for its technical proficiency and beautiful palette of colours.
The research could lead to a better understanding as to why the disease affects people in different ways.
New research by Polish team shed lights on the diet of humans 9,000 years ago.
The ‘eye-catching’ payment method from fintech firm PayEye uses a digitally scanned image of the iris which is then converted into a special code to authorize the payment.
By analysing a patient’s chest X-rays with their artificial intelligence CIRCA system, the scientists from the Silesian University of Technology (SUT) are able to distinguish coronavirus symptoms from other pulmonary infections.
Professor Maciej Drąg has not only identified the two key enzymes for the SARS-CoV-2 virus but also discovered it’s similarities with those from the previous SARS epidemic – by stopping either one stops the replication of the virus 100 percent!
The discovery could help change the way the universe and the rule of physics are viewed.
A group of scientists from the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, southern Poland, has come up with a substance that has a strong inhibiting effect on the coronavirus infection.
We spoke to scientist, journalist and top science YouTuber Tomasz Rożek about the latest situation in Poland.