Migrations caused by drought take place not only in Africa or the Middle East, but also within Europe. Population movements related to no access to water will intensify in the coming years, argues Dr. Karolina Sobczak-Szelc from the Centre of Migration Research at the University of Warsaw.
You talked to a friend about a product yesterday, and today you see an ad for it on the Internet. Does this mean that the devices we surround ourselves with eavesdrop on our conversations in order to 'push' more products? According to experts, no. In an interview with PAP they explain that although the technology exists, for the time being there is no conclusive evidence that tech giants are spying on us for marketing purposes.
In orbit, in microgravity, it is possible to conduct research that cannot be done on Earth, for example, print 3D structures from living cells. Will drugs or replacement organs be manufactured in space? Dr. Piotr Kaczmarek-Kurczak from the Kozminski University talks about the possibilities.
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.