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    No threat from ‘Jurassic Park scenario’ with NGT plants, says biotechnologist

    Due to the lack of detailed regulations, it is not possible to use the potential of New Genomic Techniques (NGT) in the EU to obtain improved varieties of crop plants, says biotechnologist Dr. Marek Marzec. In his opinion, NGT plants do not have the potential to 'escape' from cultivation.

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    Step by step: Teaching robots to walk

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    Green light for research on Polish test for early detection of endometriosis

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    Butterflies can cross Atlantic Ocean, says new study

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    Galvanization like printing - coatings for solar cells and more

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    ‘Let’s be connoisseurs of social media, not consumers’, says expert

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    Polish-German action plan: Renewal of R&D cooperation

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    Natural pacemaker better researched thanks to zebrafish

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    Camel milk dressings for hard-to-heal wounds. Researchers are working on novel solution

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    Touch screens without problematic indium

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Green light for research on Polish test for early detection of endometriosis

A comparative study on the clinical usefulness of a Polish non-invasive test for the early diagnosis of endometriosis has been given a positive opinion by the Bioethics Committee of the Poznan University of Medical Sciences, the Medical Research Agency reports.

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    Scientists uncover new example of prejudice against women in science

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    ‘Let’s be connoisseurs of social media, not consumers’, says expert

  • 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

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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

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  • 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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    Camel milk dressings for hard-to-heal wounds. Researchers are working on novel solution

  • Green light for research on Polish test for early detection of endometriosis

  • 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

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    No threat from ‘Jurassic Park scenario’ with NGT plants, says biotechnologist

  • No threat from ‘Jurassic Park scenario’ with NGT plants, says biotechnologist

  • Natural pacemaker better researched thanks to zebrafish

  • Natural pacemaker better researched thanks to zebrafish

  • Butterflies can cross Atlantic Ocean, says new study

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    Step by step: Teaching robots to walk

  • Touch screens without problematic indium

  • Krakow University of Technology engineer designs body of new Bugatti car

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

  • Galvanization like printing - coatings for solar cells and more

  • 02.07.2024. Prime Minister Donad Tusk (C-R) and German Chancellor Olaf Scholz (C-L) in a joint photo of participants of Polish-German intergovernmental consultations at the Chancellery of the Prime Minister in Warsaw. PAP/Marcin Obara

    Polish-German action plan: Renewal of R&D cooperation

  • 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

  • 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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    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