Polish researchers from the University of Warsaw and the Polish Academy of Sciences have explained the mysterious coexistence of animal and plant forms in the environment of coastal sea shallows from approximately 427 million years ago.
Researchers from the nutrigenomics team at the Institute of Animal Reproduction and Food Research of PAS in Olsztyn have developed a new idea for research to demonstrate the effectiveness of vitamin D supplementation. They propose to divide patients into three groups according to the degree of the body's response to vitamin D.
The areas of present-day south-eastern Poland used to be covered by a shallow sea. But apart from fossil fish, invertebrates and plants, bird remains are also sometimes found. Thanks to these few officially known finds, we know that species related to today's passerines, as well as grouses, hoopoes, hawks and... hummingbirds lived here.
The digital revolution does not spare museums, which are starting to change from static to interactive. However, research by scientists from the University of Lodz and the Catholic University of Lublin shows that Polish museum employees are afraid of introducing new technologies, including social robots.