Established by husband and wife team Anna and Dawid Drzewiecki after their observations of where different plant extracts came from in cosmetics and natural supplements, the company’s innovation is based on their unique form of production, combining the growth of plants and the production of extracts in one place.
Using bio-polymers and the same short-range NFC (near-field communication) technology as contactless payment cards, the implant from Polish-British startup Walletmor can be sewn into the hand and used to make payments at all contactless terminals around the world that accept payments with standard cards from organizations such as Mastercard or Visa.
Experts from the Solar System Resources Corporation estimate that 200 tonnes of Helium-3 would be enough to satisfy the annual energy needs of the world’s population.
Beauty, Salon and Wellness appointment booking app Booksy has made history after receiving 70 mln USD, the biggest ever investment for any Polish start-up at the same stage of development.
The first of its kind in Poland, the pop up hotels are aimed at those who want to experience Poland’s undiscovered areas of natural beauty, far away from traditional tourist hotspots. And as they are mobile, they can circumvent pandemic rules.
The Sopot-based company was named for its innovative use of nano-materials to create fresh water with a water filter which could become an essential item for disaster relief teams who respond to devastating natural phenomena such as earthquakes, floods, tornados, hurricanes and manmade disasters such as war.
Swapp also plans to go beyond the world of retail by putting its refill-o-mats in other buildings such as blocks of flats in a bid to shake up shopping and shrink the mountains of plastic waste the world produces each year.
The research compiled by British analysts NimbleFins collated data from sources such as the OECD, World bank, Eurostat and the World Economic Forum.
The only building to remain standing on Wrocław’s Słodowa Island at the end of WWII, architects made sure they stayed respectful to the building’s history while ensuring it had a modern, up-to-date feel too.
The app from start-up company Immersion was commissioned by the US government and uses digital avatars and videos to guide medical staff step by step, explaining how to properly put on a mask and other specific actions needed before dealing with infected patients.