Scientists at biotech company Bio-Gen are investigating how bacteria can help prepare crops for periods of drought.
On June 12th, 1903, Marie Skłodowska-Curie defended her doctoral thesis on radioactive substances at Université de la Sorbonne in Paris, thus becoming the first woman in France to receive a doctoral degree.
Photo Gallery: A seven-metre wide moon has lit up the sky over Warsaw’s Vistula Boulevards.
We took sociologist Doctor Tomasz Sobierajski on a walk through Warsaw and presented him with a surprise bag of provocative words. Are Poles traumatised or funny? Divided or friendly? And do Poles like complaining? Find out how this specialist on the Poles views the country he lives in.
The team at Gdańsk University of Technology say their innovative polymer is a combination of thermoplastic starch from potato flour and Poly(lactic acid) (PLA for short). But don’t try and eat it!
The smart handheld device can accurately diagnose infections of humans and animals in real time. It works by first taking a swab of DNA, which is then digitally analysed for four minutes before giving a detailed analysis of the infection you, or your animal, have.
The International Center for Translational Eye Research is to be built in Warsaw thanks to co-financing from the Foundation for Polish Science (FNP) within the framework of the International Research Agendas programme.
Polish inventors have come with a new road vehicle which is powered by electricity and is something between a motorbike and a car.
Logical thinking may not be connected to language proficiency, according to new Polish research which has found that children as young as one can make logical deductions.
Imagine waking up in Łódź, going to work in Warsaw, having a quick meeting with a client in Wrocław and seeing a play in Kraków in the evening. A simple plan like this would require covering 1,200 km, but you would only spend an hour commuting. All this could be possible by 2030, with the construction of Hyperloop in Poland.