The rocket Turbulencja built by students of the AGH University of Science and Technology in Kraków took second place in one of the categories of the Intercollegiate Rocket Engineering Competition (IREC) in the U.S. The AGH UST team was the first team from Poland to compete in IREC.
Specialists from the University of Warsaw are developing technology for obtaining valuable rare earth metals such as scandium, yttrium or cerium from anthropogenic deposits. Although the idea was born in Indonesia, the researchers argue that it can be successfully used in Poland.
A system that recognizes emotions that online posts and comments can induce in readers won the Smart City Hackathon organized during the Vision for Development Forum in Gdynia. The competition with the participation of 16 teams had the patronage of the Prime Minister and the Ministry of Enterprise and Technology.
Polish catalysts improve the production processes of medicines, polymers, biofuels and hundreds of chemical compounds. Professor Karol Grela continues to "train" his catalysts to solve increasingly specialized problems, which results in real savings and helps to protect the environment.