In order to build smaller electronic devices, we must be able to study how electric current flows through objects made of a few or several dozen atoms. A team from the Jagiellonian University in collaboration with researchers from Spain, France and Singapore has developed a method to study the transport of electrons in such small objects.
As planned, two Polish satellites were launched from the NASA center on the Wallops Island in the US on April 17 at 22:46 CET. KRAKsat built by students will carry out innovative tests; Światowid is the first Polish commercial and observation satellite.
Scientists from three academic centres want to develop an innovative cell therapy that will allow to treat congenital immunodeficiency disorder called neutropenia. Due to neutropenia, approx. 3,000 children a year are unvaccinated in Poland. Effective diagnostics could change this.
According to scientists, woman`s remains that fell out of the cliff in Bagicz (Zachodniopomorskie) along with a wooden log in which they were deposited, are 2 thousand years old. Researchers also determined that - despite her Pomeranian or the Baltic Islands origin - the diet of the deceased had not included sea fish.