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    Polish researchers investigate causes of long COVID

    The lack of antibodies against the nucleocapsid protein of the SARS-CoV-2 virus doubled the risk of the so-called long COVID, an inter-university team of Polish scientists found. This discovery, which requires further confirmation, could potentially open new avenues for the prevention and treatment of this disorder.

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    Researchers re-examine ancient crocodylomorph from Załęcze Wielkie

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    Polish scientists reinterpret petroglyphs of Toro Muerto

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    Unique collection of 16th-17th century fabrics and shoes discovered at ECF Camerimage construction site

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    Shaking nanotubes

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    Some horses recognise their reflections in mirrors, says expert

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    Legendary hermit conman’s treasure discovered in Świętokrzyskie Mountains

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    Scientists investigate whether trams can help urban nature

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    Lifting heavy objects often will strengthen your abdominal muscles and your back will thank you, say experts

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    Scientists from Poznań investigate Lyme disease in children

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Polish researchers investigate causes of long COVID

The lack of antibodies against the nucleocapsid protein of the SARS-CoV-2 virus doubled the risk of the so-called long COVID, an inter-university team of Polish scientists found. This discovery, which requires further confirmation, could potentially open new avenues for the prevention and treatment of this disorder.

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    Some horses recognise their reflections in mirrors, says expert

  • Credit: Facebook/ Institute of Palebiology of the Polish Academy of Sciences and PeerJ

    Researchers re-examine ancient crocodylomorph from Załęcze Wielkie

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  • Smart cities are concrete actions, not just seductive narrative, says expert

  • Warsaw 'car enthusiasts' not much different from 'pro-ecological' residents, shows study

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    Shaking nanotubes

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    Peatland vegetation diseases can be detected with AI and satellite systems

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  • The Milky Way above the OGLE telescope at the Las Campanas Observatory in Chile. The star symbol indicates the location of the newly discovered Cepheid OGLE-GD-CEP-1884 i. The remaining yellow dots are the other known Cepheids, most of them discovered by the OGLE project (Credit: J. Skowron, K. Ulaczyk).

    Warsaw astronomers discover Milky Way's longest-period classical Cepheid

  • Record stellar-mass black hole detected in the Milky Way

  • Hunting for meteorites - oldest pieces of matter on Earth

  • Poland's largest satellite to be launched into orbit this year

  • Scientists find new source of cosmic dust

  • Source: Facebook/ Provincial Office for the Protection of Monuments in Kielce

    Legendary hermit conman’s treasure discovered in Świętokrzyskie Mountains

  • Polish scientists reinterpret petroglyphs of Toro Muerto

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  • After 20 years of EU membership, most Poles more Euro-realists than Euro-enthusiasts

  • Reed was useful in prehistoric archery

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    Polish researchers investigate causes of long COVID

  • Lifting heavy objects often will strengthen your abdominal muscles and your back will thank you, say experts

  • Scientists from Poznań investigate Lyme disease in children

  • Polish sensor for non-invasive monitoring of body water level

  • Warsaw researchers develop technology for early detection of neurodegenerative diseases

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    Some horses recognise their reflections in mirrors, says expert

  • Some horses recognise their reflections in mirrors, says expert

  • Researchers re-examine ancient crocodylomorph from Załęcze Wielkie

  • Researchers re-examine ancient crocodylomorph from Załęcze Wielkie

  • Scientists investigate whether trams can help urban nature

  • Photo from Łukasiewicz Research Network press release

    Light absorber for bumpers and airplane seats

  • Poland needs regulations regarding wind turbine noise standards and rules, says expert

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  • Krakow scientists develop world's first method for identifying bacteria and fungi in microscope images

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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

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  • Fot. materiały prasowe FNP

    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. Professor Piotr Ponikowski. PAP/Sebastian Borowski

    Wrocław professor most frequently cited Polish scientist

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

  • Warsaw professor elected EMBO member

  • Nobel laureates awarded first Copernican Prizes

  • Copernicus behind Skłodowska-Curie among key figures for development of science, finds poll