Scientists have found a new way to remove oil leaking into the seas or oceans. They want it to be collected by the Mosquito Oil, which will land on the water and, like a giant mosquito, suck impurities into the tank that adjusts its size to the amount of absorbed liquid.
European researchers have taken strawberries, raspberries and black currants under the microscope. They investigate the physiological processes that determine the size and quality of these popular fruits. All this so that the fruits can be cultivated even in difficult climatic conditions in Europe.
Quinoa, amaranth, chickpeas are an excellent sources of vegetable protein, still underestimated in Europe. Consumption of animal protein still dominates on the Old Continent. Scientists want to change this by increasing European plant protein production by 25 percent.
In the human brain, synapses are responsible, among other things, for the ability to remember and learn. Researchers at the University of Lodz are working on artificial synapses, which will be an indispensable part of a neuromorphic computer, mimicking the operation of the human brain.
There is an increasing global demand for healthy and environmentally produced food, in particular proteins of plant origin. Łódź start-up Napiferyn Biotech has developed and is perfecting a unique on a global scale technique for extracting edible protein from rape, and specifically rape biomass remaining after oil pressing.
Customer\'s hand vascular system, shape of the face, voice - these elements will be analysed by the customer automatic identification and authentication system for banks developed at Gdansk University of Technology. Before being distributed, it will undergo a series of tests in the branches of PKO BP.
Establishing the NIT will facilitate the commercialisation of research; it will also facilitate the acquisition of knowledge by Polish entrepreneurs; we now have an organizational structure that is not adapted to the specific nature of the modern economy, it is fragmented, dispersed, and organizational issues by their nature are beyond the capability of a single institute - said Deputy Minister of Science and Higher Education Piotr Dardziński.