The claim that watching TV, using a smartphone or tablet destroys the child's brain is a myth. It is important, however, to provide new media in a manner adapted to the child's developmental capabilities, and the screen should not replace the parent. Psychologist Dr. Małgorzata Wójtowicz-Szefler talks about how to use information technologies in the first years of the child's life.
Devices developed in Poland will be used in the Artemis mission. On board the Orion spacecraft there are infrared detectors from the Polish company VIGO Photonics. A set of ionising radiation detectors was developed by the Institute of Nuclear Physics of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Kraków.
Although according to EU law, the same product bought in Germany, Sweden or Poland should be of the same quality, it often has very different quality parameters. The quality of goods sold by some manufacturers in Poland remains inferior. To combat such unfair practices, Polish scientists designed the AI system ANSI.
Scientists from the AGH UST, the Łukasiewicz Research Network and the Institute of Physics of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw have developed thermoelectric modules with a power density more than 10 times higher than in photovoltaic cells. They are now looking for an investor to create a prototype production line and reduce production costs.