Polish researcher has developed a method that allows therapy to reach solid tumours not supplied with blood vessels. Professor Magdalena Król successfully combines basic science with the innovative company Cellis, founded together with the university. As part of the company, researchers develop therapy based on the mechanisms, on which they work on at the Warsaw University of Life Sciences.
An electronic cube with touch screens can help in the therapy of children with autism. Polish experts are working on the device. They say that through exercises that encourage children to imitate movement, the cube can increase the number of mirror neurons in the brain.
Polish scientists have described a previously unknown ancestor of mammals from 230 million years ago - eucynodont. The genus, named Polonodon woznikiensis, was identified on the basis of analyses of 22 tiny teeth and a humerus fragment excavated in a clay pit in Woźniki near Częstochowa (Śląskie).