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RTE 2.0 LEM: AGH Racing Team introduce their new electric racing car

On 11 July 2019, a year after the premiere of Poland’s first Formula Student electric car, the AGH Racing Team introduced the second, completely new construction of this type. This year’s racing car is the sixth design by AGH...[more]


New solar plane unveiled by AGH UST students

10 July 2019 saw a solar plane constructed by AGH UST students being showed for the first time to the general public. The unmanned machine powered exclusively by solar energy was unveiled on the premises of the Polish Aviation...[more]


Fly ashes as precursors of functionalised materials

Three of Poland’s science and research centres (AGH University of Science and Technology, Lublin University of Technology and University of Warsaw) have joined forces to establish the FUNash Consortium with a view to developing a...[more]


Detector measuring distribution of radiation dose will help in cancer treatment

Scientists of the AGH University of Science and Technology are carrying out a research and development programme that can lead to revolutionising the techniques of measuring the distribution of radiation doses in therapeutic...[more]


Students design new hybrid bicycle

Another vehicle powered with alternative fuel is currently being developed at AGH UST. This time it is a hybrid bicycle powered by hydrogen fuel cells, constructed by members of our student research team – FEnEC. What makes this...[more]


Air-cushion electronic skateboard – new project developed by the AGH UST Student Research Association of Mechanical Engineers

Students from the AGH UST Student Research Association of Mechanical Engineers (KNM AGH) affiliated with the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Robotics are working on a new project constructing hoverboard – an...[more]


AGH UST co-delivers European project on electron microscopy

Scientists from the AGH UST International Centre of Electron Microscopy for Materials Science are taking part in a prestigious European project related to the use of advanced methods and techniques based on electron microscopy in...[more]


Solar panels that imitate movement of plants – project of AGH UST student

A student of the AGH University of Science and Technology has constructed an innovative version of a device for controlling and operating solar panels. The construction imitates the movements of plants, following the best...[more]


Business process analysis under the microscope of scientists

Nowadays, one of the most popular concepts related to managing a company is the management of business processes. The analysis of business processes has also aroused interest of AGH UST scientists and researchers. As a result,...[more]


AGH UST team of land surveyors visited Jordan for archeological survey

During the recent BARI expedition, AGH UST students conducted field research in Jordan – at the site of the ancient city of Tuwaneh and the Roman military fort of Dajaniya. The data collected during the expedition will allow the...[more]

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