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Students on climate. Systemic changes in education are necessary | Report of researchers from the University of Silesia

Is global warming compounded by greenhouse gas emissions a fact? Are people responsible for climate change? These and a number of other questions related to global changes in the environment were answered by students participating in the study entitled “Students on climate changes”. The study was conducted by Anna Guzy, PhD, and Magdalena Ochwat, PhD,...
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Street of the University of Silesia in Katowice, or a short history of ul. Bankowa | Interview with Dr Aneta Borowik

What is the article about?What is the article about? Katowice tennis club courts, KS Kolejarz sports field and Torkat – the first artificial ice-skating rink in Poland, as well as Reichsbank, Evangelical Community House (later headquarters of PZPR – Polish United Workers’ Party), finally a botanical garden and a zoo, and the famous Grundmann’s villa...
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State of the Arctic environment report

The virtual Polar Night Week event featured the promotion of the third edition of the annual State of Environmental Science in Svalbard (SESS) report series, published by the Svalbard Integrated Arctic Earth Observing System (SIOS). The SESS report summarizes the current state of knowledge about the key parameters of the Arctic environment and their relationship....
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Generalisation of equipartition theorem for quantum systems

|Prof. Jerzy Dajka| In the development of science, especially physics, there were breakthrough moments which radically changed our perspective and understanding of nature. Such were the times of developing Newton’s theory of classical particles, Maxwell’s theory of electromagnetism and electromagnetic waves, Einstein’s theory of relativity, and finally the times of formulating quantum mechanics, which describes...
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