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17.06.2021

CT scanner from AGH UST used for analysing a prehistoric tool used by humans 27,000 years ago

A computed tomography scanner from the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Resource Management was used to examine an object dating back to approximately 27,000 years ago. The object of this specialist computed tomography was a...


09.06.2021

Artificial intelligence to help animals

Over the last few years we have been witnessing a tremendous development in the design and use of AI-based algorithms that are being applied in numerous domains of human life. One of these domains is veterinary medicine. As...


07.06.2021

AGH Marines explore marine depths

Established only three years ago, they have already garnered several grants and ambitious projects. The AGH Marines Research Group is based with the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Robotics and deals with underwater...


07.05.2021

AGH UST students develop biomechanical prosthesis of fingers

AGH UST students are working on a biomechanical prosthesis of fingers for patients after traumatic amputation. The result of their work is meant to be a prosthesis of the future – durable, movable, functional, and first of all,...


06.05.2021

AGH UST develops innovative technology for recycling photovoltaic panels

An innovative method of PV panel recycling is currently being developed in AGH UST laboratories. The University authorities together with 2loop Tech - a technology and research company - have established a consortium with the aim...


20.04.2021

AGH UST students are working on medical equipment for children

AGH UST students, assisted by a team of experts from the University Children’s Hospital (Kraków) and students of Jagiellonian University’s Collegium Medicum have started work aiming to improve models of impression trays and nasal...


16.04.2021

Experts from AGH UST to modernise methods of recovering thermal energy from underground storages

Underground Thermal Energy Storage (UTES) is one of the methods used for heating and cooling purposes in almost all parts of the world. For recovering heat from rock mass and its storage (regeneration of resources), borehole heat...


26.03.2021

Violation of lepton universality – first sign of New Physics?

On 23rd March 2021, scientists working at the LHCb experiment conducted by CERN announced that they had observed the violation of lepton universality in the processes of beauty mesons decaying into final states containing pairs...


25.03.2021

AGH UST students are working on biodegradable packaging

AGH UST students are developing a prototype of a biodegradable packaging for storing milk and other perishable foods. The biodegradable packaging AGH UST students are working on should contain natural materials that would be at...


19.03.2021

Contribution of AGH UST’s IT specialists to discovery of odderon

Scientists involved in the TOTEM experiment carried out by CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research) have announced the discovery of the odderon – an elementary particle whose existence was predicted nearly 50 years ago....


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