Anna Szkobodzińska. Credit: Dariusz Piekut

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  • 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

    A photograph of what appears to be stairs leading to the Milky Way taken by Polish astrophotographer Marcin Rosadziński was published by the American space agency NASA as the Astronomy Picture of the Day. This is his second photo selected by NASA.

  • 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

    Kraków’s AGH Space Systems team won the international Mars rover competition - University Rover Challenge in the United States. The second Polish team - students of the Wrocław University of Science and Technology - took 13th place.

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    Heart-shaped breast cancer through Polish photographer's lens

    Małgorzata Lisowska captured her own cancer cells that form the shape of a heart in a microscopic photo. The photograph won 3rd place in the Nikon Small World competition. The artist, suffering from breast cancer, will sell the award-winning work and use the proceeds for further oncological treatment.

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    One hundred and twenty years ago, Maria Skłodowska-Curie and her husband Piotr Curie received the Nobel Prize in Physics for discovering the phenomenon of radioactivity and research on it. The other half of the prize went to Henri Becquerel, who was the first to observe the penetrating radiation of uranium ore. Skłodowska was the first woman to be honoured in this way.

  • Kalman - the AGH Space Systems team's winning rover. Credit: European Rover Challenge

    Kraków students win European Rover Challenge

    The AGH Space System team from Kraków won the 9th edition of the Mars rover competition European Rover Challenge, which ended last week in Kielce. The next two places on the podium went to Swiss teams.

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    Polish scientist wins prestigious photo competition

    Polish scientist Dr. Maciej Majdecki won first prize in the photo competition of ChemistryViews, a magazine published by the association Chemistry Europe.

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    Computer scientists reveal shortest and longest way to find algorithm errors

    Sometimes an error in an algorithm reveals itself quickly, and sometimes it takes a very long time. The question is how to find the range in which the program can fail. A team with Polish computer scientists was awarded for solving this problem for the VASS model.

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    Mathematics students from MIM UW win European ECMI competition

    Students from the Faculty of Mathematics, Informatics and Mechanics of the University of Warsaw have won the mathematics applications competition organized by the European Consortium for Mathematics in Industry (ECMI).

  • 20.02.2023. Nobel laureates James Peebles (L) and Barry Barish (R) during a panel discussion at the World Copernican Congress in Toruń. PAP/Tytus Żmijewski

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    Nobel laureates Professor Philip James Edwin Peebles and Professor Barry Clark Barish are the winners of the first Copernican Prizes.

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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.