Scientists from the University of Wrocław have been investigating the lives of ancient predators roaming the plains of the Sudetes and surrounding Silesian, Czech and Moravian lands.
Scientists from a Polish-French-Swiss team have developed a method to use fluorescence to visualize the mitochondrial pool of proteins found in different places of the cell. The researchers have created a yeast strain, the wide use of which will make it possible to understand how mitochondria - the cell's power plants - work.
Spotted blackbirds and jackdaws are sometimes observed and photographed by professional bird watchers or curious passers-by. They are more often observed in cities than in the countryside. For the first time in the world, researchers from Poland and the Czech Republic describe the phenomenon of colour aberrations on a wide scale, analysing nearly a thousand cases concerning 74 species.