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    Warsaw scientists study extinct reptile with extremely long cervical vertebrae

    Neck elongation is not unusual among extinct reptiles. It usually involves more cervical vertebrae. However, Tanystropheus' extremely long neck consisted of only 13 vertebrae, but they were extremely elongated, show palaeontologists including researchers from the University of Warsaw.

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    Kazakhstan is a treasure trove of historical knowledge, says historian

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    Polish archaeologists find graves of monkeys and calves in ancient animal cemetery in Egypt

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    Archaeologists find letters from Roman centurions

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    Astronomers measure black hole's rotation speed by observing reaction of stellar material

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    Improved air quality saved at least 25,000 Polish lives, new study finds

  • The Milky Way above a viewpoint in Madeira. The photo is titled 'Stairway to the Milky Way'. The image was featured on May 29, 2024 by NASA as the Astronomy Picture of the Day (APOD). Credit: Marcin Rosadziński.

    Polish astrophotographer Marcin Rosadziński's second photo selected by NASA

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    Reactor system converts carbon dioxide into fuel

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    Polish algae experiment to be carried out on ISS

  • Kraków, 13.02.2024. Mars robot presented at a press conference at the AGH University of Science and Technology. Photo credit: PAP/Art Service

    Kraków students win Mars rover competition in USA

Photo from Maciej Karczewski's private archive

Baltic pagans bought sacrificial horses in Scandinavia, say archaeologists

Baltic pagan tribes sacrificed horses imported from Christianised Scandinavia, according to international research.

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    Insects could save us from piles of plastic, says researcher

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    Archaeologists find letters from Roman centurions

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    Mind wandering supports creativity, says scientist

  • Polish astronaut on ISS to carry out psychological study prepared by University of Silesia

  • Artificial intelligence diagnoses autism spectrum better than specialists

  • High levels of existential security linked to faster secularisation, study finds

  • AI is unfair and reproduces inequalities just like we do, says expert

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    Shaking nanotubes

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

  • What does a physicist see when looking at the NFT market?

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  • Drop the drop

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    Polish scientists investigate glacial recession and Arctic ecosystem

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

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

  • The Milky Way above a viewpoint in Madeira. The photo is titled 'Stairway to the Milky Way'. The image was featured on May 29, 2024 by NASA as the Astronomy Picture of the Day (APOD). Credit: Marcin Rosadziński.

    Polish astrophotographer Marcin Rosadziński's second photo selected by NASA

  • Polish astronaut's mission will take place next year, says Ministry

  • Polish astrophotographer's photograph selected for NASA's Astronomy Picture of the Day on May 12

  • Astronomers measure black hole's rotation speed by observing reaction of stellar material

  • Scientists from Military University of Technology to study gut microbiota of ISS astronauts

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    Kazakhstan is a treasure trove of historical knowledge, says historian

  • Baltic pagans bought sacrificial horses in Scandinavia, say archaeologists

  • Mother and child find Neolithic axe while gardening

  • Polish archaeologists find graves of monkeys and calves in ancient animal cemetery in Egypt

  • Archaeologists find letters from Roman centurions

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    Improved air quality saved at least 25,000 Polish lives, new study finds

  • For now, no machine can replace living human heart, says expert

  • Artificial intelligence to help in contacts with dementia patients

  • 'Polish smog' is particularly dangerous for circulatory system, says expert

  • Polish researchers investigate causes of long COVID

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    Warsaw scientists study extinct reptile with extremely long cervical vertebrae

  • Warsaw scientists study extinct reptile with extremely long cervical vertebrae

  • Polish algae experiment to be carried out on ISS

  • Polish algae experiment to be carried out on ISS

  • Polish scientists explain blood vessel formation process

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    Reactor system converts carbon dioxide into fuel

  • Kraków students win Mars rover competition in USA

  • Scientists working on electronics in uniforms to save soldiers

  • Polish engineers develop receiver that determines satellite position with 2m accuracy

  • Szczecin scientist creates world’s first heat-resistant tape with biocidal properties

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

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

  • NASK partners with European project to create quantum computer

  • Obtaining post-doctoral degrees hampers scientists' productivity, says study

  • Device from AGH UST to fly to the Moon thanks to cooperation with company from Dubai

  • 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

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    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

  • Polish scientist wins prestigious photo competition

  • 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