Knowledge of the findings should reach the widest possible audience, not just adults, but also children - Deputy Minister of Science and Higher Education Jarosław Gowin said last week on Monday in Miękinia near Kraków.
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.
Students of Bialystok Technical University are building a racing car that will take part in an international automotive industry competition for students - Formula Student. The first race will take place during the summer.
The prototype system supporting efficient use of water and management of its consumption in the household with tools including an application - is one of the results of recently completed international project, in which scientists from the University of Silesia have participated.
Soon in virtually every hospital it will be possible to identify the bacterial species responsible for an infection developing in a patient in a matter of just a few minutes. A new, easy-to-adapt and inexpensive analytical procedure has been developed by researchers from the Institute of Physical Chemistry of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw.
A group of satellites working in a so-called hive, preparation of a hyperspectrometer, on-line platform with collected data - these are the plans of the company SatRevolution, which wants to send Światowid - its first commercial satellite - into space in the first quarter of 2018.
Researchers at Wroclaw University of Technology draw inspiration from nature: they want to create an artificial leaf - taking advantage of the graphene technology. It would not only allow to get rid of carbon dioxide, but also produce fuel.
"Making games is more fun than playing" - argue the initiators of the social campaign "programuj.gov.pl", which has launched in Warsaw. Its aim is to encourage young people and their parents to engage in programming.
Wastewater, wartime bombs, mines and chemical weapons have made the Baltic one of the most polluted seas in the world. To combat the pollution, we can take advantage of robotic and satellite technologies, which is the goal of at the Baltic Challenge platform.