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To leave the lenses and the analyses behind | Research by Prof. Krzysztof Kula

| Maria Sztuka | Visual works created using new means of artistic expression are increasingly often included in art gallery exhibitions. Virtual space, video art, installation, and artistic performances evoke many different feelings, which is very often what their creators are hoping for while searching for their own intermedium. We met with Prof. Krzysztof Kula...

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No Limits | The idea behind art education

What is the article about?What is the article about? Good education is based on art, visual art and music education. It develops creative thinking in children, supports their intellectual, emotional, and social development, and plays an important role in learning about the world and oneself. What were the beginnings of art education in Poland and...

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From Unique Property of Crystal to an Invention | Patent of the Usil Physicists

| dr Małgorzata Kłoskowicz | Perovskites are materials that are used in the automotive industry, electronics, photovoltaic panels, and modern scientific research equipment. They are often discussed in the context of the oenergy of the future. The unique properties of oxygen perovskites have been studied for many years by physicists from the University of Silesia....

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New ambulance equipment | An invention of USil scientists

| Małgorzata Kłoskowicz, PhD | Scientists have designed a special pneumatic tent for safe transport by ambulance of patients suspected of having an infectious disease. The invention, which was registered with the Polish Patent Office, is currently being tested in clinical conditions in several Silesian hospitals. The folded pneumatic tent is the size of a...

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Small plant, great possibilities | Research by Prof. Małgorzata Gaj

| Weronika Cygan-Adamczyk | When she started her career as a scientist, no one in Poland was working on this small, inconspicuous plant. Only thanks to her promoter, Prof. Mirosław Małuszyński, who in the 1980s brought small seeds from an internship in Belgium and began his adventure with Arabidopsis thaliana – the thale cress, also...

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