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    Butterflies can cross Atlantic Ocean, says new study

    An international team of scientists, including a researcher from Poland, have demonstrated for the first time that a group of butterflies flew over the Atlantic Ocean, covering a distance of 4,200 kilometres, Nature Communications reports.

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    Galvanization like printing - coatings for solar cells and more

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    Scientists uncover new example of prejudice against women in science

  • Expected (left) and OGLE observed (right) gravitational microlensing events. Credit: J. Skowron / OGLE

    Polish astronomers investigate whether black holes create dark matter

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    Methane sensor to help look for life on Mars and diseases in breath

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    Military University of Technology leads the way in Poland’s research for European defence sector

  • 22.03.2024. Deputy Minister of Science and Higher Education Andrzej Szeptycki. PAP/Leszek Szymański

    European degree will increase attractiveness of studying in Poland, says minister

  • Anna Szkobodzińska. Credit: Dariusz Piekut

    Polish graphic designer awarded in New York

  • Warsaw, 12.05.2021. Main Gate of the University of Warsaw at Krakowskie Przedmieście in Warsaw. PAP/Albert Zawada

    University of Warsaw is Poland's best public university, says new ranking

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    f-ORG technique to detect smallest changes in human photoreceptors

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Galvanization like printing - coatings for solar cells and more

A new method of coating materials with thin layers in a way that resembles printing has been developed at the Jagiellonian University. It requires a minimal amount of chemical materials and can accelerate the development of 3rd generation organic solar cells.

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    Scientists uncover new example of prejudice against women in science

  • 16.05.2024. Dr Sławosz Uznański. PAP/Jakub Kaczmarczyk

    Polish astronaut to learn how to run laboratory experiments before flying to ISS

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    Scientists uncover new example of prejudice against women in science

  • Poland has EU’s highest percentage of women working in science and technology, says new report

  • Yoga should be based on scientific evidence, says yoga researcher

  • Polish Economic Institute: Global fertility is dropping faster than expected

  • Mind wandering supports creativity, says scientist

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    World of atoms and molecules: see the 'entire elephant' with different imaging methods

  • Physicist from Kraków’s Jagiellonian University wins EUR 2.5 million grant for quantum mechanics project

  • Spontaneous helices and dipoles in order

  • Shaking nanotubes

  • Molecular tailors sew nano-snowflakes for more efficient solar cells

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    Polish scientists investigate glacial recession and Arctic ecosystem

  • Peatland vegetation diseases can be detected with AI and satellite systems

  • Humans have ‘indisputably’ caused global warming by emitting greenhouse gases, says scientists

  • Concrete, microplastics and implants will be all that remains of humanity, says geologist

  • Water temperature in river on Spitsbergen is rising faster than expected

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    ESA launches new version of European space weather platform

  • Polish astronaut to learn how to run laboratory experiments before flying to ISS

  • Polish astronomers investigate whether black holes create dark matter

  • Photo of aurora over Śnieżka selected NASA's Astronomy Picture of the Day on June 12

  • Report: 1,170% more satellites sent into space in 2023 than 10 years earlier

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    Kraków museum studies ‘scent’ of daVinci’s Lady with an Ermine

  • Archaeologists investigate how inhabitants of ancient homes used space

  • Detectorist finds 2,500-year-old bronze brooch

  • Archaeologists from Warsaw discover Celtic ritual site in Kujawy

  • Polish archaeologists discover grave of two children from Migration Period in Czulice

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    f-ORG technique to detect smallest changes in human photoreceptors

  • Opole university to get PLN 1 million for research into ankle sprains

  • I do not believe in 'stoned ape' theory, says brain research professor

  • Fans suffer more heart attacks during football championships, says expert

  • Chronic Lyme disease does not exist, says expert

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    Butterflies can cross Atlantic Ocean, says new study

  • Butterflies can cross Atlantic Ocean, says new study

  • Bone found in Małopolskie belonged to mammoth

  • Bone found in Małopolskie belonged to mammoth

  • Scientist discovers two new plant species in Babia Góra National Park

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    Military University of Technology leads the way in Poland’s research for European defence sector

  • Galvanization like printing - coatings for solar cells and more

  • Polish company creates software for ESA space missions

  • Poznań scientists want to replace ordinary plastics with material made from coffee grounds

  • Biolubricants can reduce carbon footprint

  • 22.03.2024. Deputy Minister of Science and Higher Education Andrzej Szeptycki. PAP/Leszek Szymański

    European degree will increase attractiveness of studying in Poland, says minister

  • University of Warsaw is Poland's best public university, says new ranking

  • Battlefield Medicine and Forensic Ballistics Laboratory set up at Wrocław Medical University

  • Call for proposals the 6th Edition of the Ulam NAWA programme is open

  • Polish Antarctic Station is recruiting volunteers for its 49th expedition

  • Co-author of the invention, Dr. Magdalena Skóra from the Department of Infection Control and Mycology, Jagiellonian University Medical College. Source: JU Centre of Technology Transfer CITTRU

    Jagiellonian University scientists discover polymer with antifungal properties

  • European Patent Office: Increase in submitted and approved patent applications from Poland in 2023

  • Researcher creates anti-slouching glasses

  • Opole university graduate develops ‘hearing-aid watch’

  • Despite increase in patent applications from Poland in 2022, fewer awarded patents

  • Anna Szkobodzińska. Credit: Dariusz Piekut

    Polish graphic designer awarded in New York

  • Foundation for Polish Science launches fourth call of FOR UKRAINE Programme

  • The call for applications for the POLONISTA NAWA program is open

  • Heart-shaped breast cancer through Polish photographer's lens

  • Kraków students win European Rover Challenge

  • 14.06.2023. Rector of the Wroclaw Medical University, Professor Piotr Ponikowski PAP/Sebastian Borowski

    Wrocław professor is the highest-ranked Polish scientist in the field of medicine

  • Polish computer scientist announced as Chief Scientist at OpenAI

  • Wrocław professor most frequently cited Polish scientist

  • 120 years since first Nobel Prize for Maria Skłodowska-Curie

  • Warsaw professor elected EMBO member