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AGH UST Scientists Research Smog-Free Altitudes

Thanks to putting the measuring equipment on a sightseeing balloon, the scientists from the Faculty of Physics and Applied Computer Science have already gathered thousands of vertical profiles of the atmosphere. Their research...


Work of Art, Work of Science. Creative Encounter of AGH UST Researchers with the World of Culture

We are well aware that science can be an art sometimes. However, is there room for science in art? AGH UST researchers claim that scientists can play an important role in the process of conservation and creation of awe-inspiring...


Artificial Intelligence (AI) inspired an AGH UST researcher to create a model of COVID-19 propagation in air

When Professor Maciej Paszyński from the AGH UST Faculty of Computer Science, Electronics and Telecommunications, together with his team, published an article describing a method for fast computer simulations, he could not have...


Collective Intelligence in the Service of the Electronic Republic. AGH UST Researchers Analyse the Influence of Computer Science Techniques on Social Participation

In what way can the Internet increase the participation of citizens in governing the country? The Faculty of Humanities and its Research Group for ICT Applications (information and communication technologies) in the public domain...


Electronic “zero waste”? AGH researchers are developing innovative methods of recycling photovoltaic panels

Electronic waste as a rich source of valuable raw materials? It is possible! The research group under the guidance of Krzysztof Brody, DSc, from the Faculty of Civil Engineering and Resource Management creates innovative methods...


AGH student takes a step towards the application of brain biophysical models in diffusion-relaxometry imaging by using MRI

Can biophysical models describing the structure of the brain be applied on a day-to-day basis in comprehensive imaging diagnostics, or will they remain only mathematical theories without practical use? Dominika Ciupek, the AGH...


AGH scientists developed and examined fertilisers biodegradable in 100%

How to slow down soil erosion on Earth, stop soil depletion and degradation, meet the increasing demand for plant-based products, enrich soil with nutrients without increasing nitrogen or phosphorus content – these are just some...


AGH students are building a production line that can be operated on Mars

The photo shows members of the Nucleus research group. Two men are holding the AGH flag. When viewed from above, the flag consists of green, black and red stripes. There is a white AGH inscription on the black stripe. At the bottom, the red stripe has the inscription University of Science and Technology in Cracov. Looking from the left, a man and a woman are kneeling under the flag.

The students of Nucleus research group now are working on a production line that is to be operated on Mars. The production line aims at delivering basalt bars that would be four times more resistant to stretching and eight times...


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...


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...

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