Developed by Medical Inventi, the product called FlexiOss is the world’s first elastic bone replacement composite made hydroxyapatite, a calcium phosphate.
Every year, the tongue-in-cheek Ig Nobel awards, sometimes called the anti-Nobels, celebrate the most unusual scientific research. Although the awards are supposed to be funny, the research often has serious applications.
To accurately gauge the elevations of summits in the High and Western Tatras, the Wrocław researchers travelled over 231 km of trails, climbing an elevation difference (up and down) equal to 39,963 m, which is more than four times the height of Mount Everest.
Seven-years in the making, the SuperHand can be easily used even by people who have undergone bilateral amputation.
Featuring a paper thin OLED screen, the wristband could save up to 30,000 lives annually by warning people that their medication has expired. Described by some as “magic”, the product took 10-years to develop.
The team from the University of Silesia, said they called the ancient 10-armed, 2-inch-long creature after the 44-year-old president in honour of his 'courage and bravery in defending Ukraine'.
Dentists from Katowice who examined the teeth of six people ‘rejected by society’ and accused of being ‘vampires’, found their gnashers were in ‘good condition’.
Key attractions at the PLN 145 million facility include an ultra-modern hybrid projector system capable of displaying 100 million stars and exhibitions and displays that will allow visitors to stand next to a lightning strike and experience an earthquake.
The brainchild of students Ewa Karp, Pawel Buczynski, Jakub Kokoszkiewicz, Michal Lukaszuk and Konrad Olifier, the Sensory Sign Language Translator (STJM) uses sensors to collect information about the arrangements of individual fingers and the whole hand.
Put on the market in 2021 for €790,000, the picturesque mansion in Saint-Remy-les-Chevreuse 35 km from Paris, will now be renovated and turned into a base for the House of Sisterhood aimed at uniting Ukrainian and Polish women in their efforts to help women and children fleeing war.