The project which aims to identify among other things where the dynasty originated, focuses on the entire time of Piast rule starting with Mieszko I (c.930-992) who brought Christianity to the country and Bolesław Chrobry the first crowned king of Poland, through to the last members of the dynasty, such as the dukes of Mazovia (1526) and Silesia (1639).
The ‘Polskie Powroty’ (Polish Returns) programme has so far seen 42 academics return from working abroad to bring their knowledge and research back to Poland.
Distracting a patient with virtual reality and making them do small tasks can reduce the pain felt.
Researchers found that drugs derived from a mushroom killed cancer cells but left healthy cells intact.
The international project called DUNE brings together over 1,000 scientists from more than 30 countries to build a beamline capable of blasting trillions of the tiny particles 1,300kms through the Earth’s crust.
History has almost forgotten Jan Czochralski but without his ground-breaking work the world would look very different.
On the anniversary of the building's opening, TFN takes a brief look at what’s on offer inside Poland’s largest science centre.
KONGRES 590 is a meeting place for representatives of business, science, politics and legislation. It is an arena for the exchange of thoughts, views and experiences.
The treatment method is a novel form of hydrogen purification that will leave both tap water and rivers cleaner and healthier.
Polish company SENER Polska will design and produce the equipment for installing the new satellites. It was awarded the contract by European multinational technology corporation OHB, the main contractor of the Electra programme.