Jan Zalasiewicz who works as a professor of Paleobiology at theUniversity of Leicester in the UK, scooped the award following the publication of an article in 2017 entitled ‘Eating Fossils’.
The four teeth dating from around 148 million years ago were uncovered by ccientists from Krakow's Jagiellonian University and the Polish Academy of Sciences.
Hope for patients with chronic diseases, abdominal obesity and persistent overweight! Innovative anti-aging therapies improving quality of life.
Carrying out laboratory research to check the juice’s effect on individual cells, Dr. Przemysław Kowalczewski and his team from the Poznań University of Life Sciences found that the compounds contained in the juice can have a beneficial effect on individual cells.
Jagiellonian University said that observations of sugar cane led to the discovery of the powerful plant substance called albicidin, which was found to possess a unique way of attacking bacteria in comparison to other drugs.
Produced by The Batteries, the new technology has already been dubbed “a game changer” by the industry press, with the firm hoping to begin large-scale production once work on their “pilot factory” is finished.
VIDEO: The photographic-quality images from the Warsaw Mummy Project show a woman of North African appearance with a striking gaze.
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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.
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