The process of formation and expansion of cities means that some species of birds, the more specialized ones - are being replaced by others, which easily learn to live in a new environment and use new sources of food - according...
A new method for microscopic imaging and measurement, allowing for faster testing of tissues and cells, is being developed by Polish scientists. With this method, histological analysis will be several times faster, because, for example, staining samples will not be necessary. It will also be easier to examine the effects of new drugs on cells.
Archaeologists from the University of Wroclaw discovered the remains of the gallows during research on the Mount Mieszczańska in Złotoryja (Lower Silesia). It is the largest of the known preserved brick gallows in Silesia - said Dr. Paweł Duma.
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