How is it possible that life exists on Earth? And that from ordinary elements compounds have formed that can multiply and store information? Simulations on supercomputers help test the hypotheses that explain these phenomena - told PAP bioinformatics expert Prof. Jacek Błażewicz.
Rainy weather does not mean that something extraordinary happens in the atmosphere; at this time of year we have a large variability of conditions - told PAP atmospheric physicist Prof. Szymon Malinowski, commenting on heavy rainfall that occurred in many regions of Poland in early May.
How does the chemical composition of water in the Revelva catchment on Spitsbergen change? How do pesticides, heavy metals entering the waters as a result of human activities, alter local ecosystems? Katarzyna Kozak, PhD student at Gdańsk University of Technology is looking for answers.