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„Academia” special edition 2/2018: Smog
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Dr. Alicja Wierzcholska’s blazars

2016-08-09 Blazars are active galaxies centered around supermassive black holes. They generate strong electromagnetic radiation in a very wide spectrum – from visible light to radio, infrared, ultraviolet, X-ray, and gamma radiation. All those kinds of radiation are studied by Dr. Alicja Wierzcholska (PAS Institute of Nuclear Physics), winner of START competition organized by the Foundation for P

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"Academia": Climate Change

Write: prof. Jerzy Duszyński, prof. Mario Molina, dr Franck Courchamp, prof. Nicholas Stern, dr Valérie Masson-Delmotte, dr Maria Cristina Facchini, prof. Tandong Yao, prof. Fahu Chen, prof. Jacek Jania, prof. Zbigniew Kundzewicz, prof. Paweł Rowiński, prof. Szymon Malinowski, prof. Hans Joachim Schellenhuber, rev. dr John Chryssavgis, prof. Ottmar Edenhofer

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Heavy, Heavier… Heaviest?

The heaviest element known today has the atomic number of 118. Can still heavier atomic nuclei exist? Where do the boundaries of the periodic table of elements lie?

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„Academia” special edition 1/2018: For the Forest’s Sake

On the need to change perceptions of the Białowieża Primeval Forest’s value

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Safe Energy

The energy sector is about more than just the electric power in our wall sockets and keeping our homes warm. It is the foundation on which the economy rests, and also a crucial part of the way we affect the environment. To better protect the natural environment, we need, for instance, to develop active catalysts that can change harmful chemical compounds into neutral, or even useful ones

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Eras at Arm’s Reach

Forget idly lying about on the beach or in the garden – nowadays many of us are increasingly spending our weekends walking or jogging, taking our holidays hiking round mountains and visiting the seaside, lakelands, and forests. If you find rambling an enjoyable and thrilling pastime, why not try “geotourism” – experiencing the beauty of inanimate nature the smart way?

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The Aging Process: In Our Own Hands

The aging of the body is a result of processes occurring at a molecular level. It turns out, however, that it is not genes but environmental factors including diet and lifestyle that are primarily responsible for the pace of aging and how it progresses

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Conversation, Games or Intrigues?

The epistolary novel genre evolved from the art of letter writing, as well as from the 18th-century fashion of witty salon conversations centered around games, intrigue, understatement, quips and emotional manipulation. Does the Polish literature and history of the period reflect these conventions?

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Mad Men and Invisible Ladies

Pathetic and grotesque, or worthy of respect? Valued for their wisdom and experience, or of no use to anyone? Able to assist the young, or only hampering their development? How are older people portrayed in the Polish literature of the late 19th and early 20th centuries?

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UAV Antarctic Survey

How can we make the most of Antarctica’s marine resources without damaging the delicate balance of the ecosystem? The answer may lie in an interdisciplinary monitoring system using Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) and geoinformatic tools

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Not Just for Art’s Sake

Researchers study fossils for the sake of pure science, because they speak volumes about the world around us and its ancient history. But frequently, such “pure” research yields far wider benefits

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Our New Battlefields

The historian should try to understand the past and interpret it in such a way that people will want to read about it. I would not propose any other mission. And certainly the historian should never have a political axe to grind – says Dr. Marcin Zaremba

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The uncertain future of plankton

We talk to Dr. Katarzyna Błachowiak-Samołyk, professor at the Department of Marine Ecology at the PAS Institute of Oceanology in Sopot, about the impact of human activity on life in the oceans.

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The Heart at Stake

Despite a significant drop in mortality rates, cardiovascular diseases remain the number-one cause of death in Poland. Funding for novel procedures, such as transcatheter aortic valve implantation (TAVI), is nevertheless insufficient, compared to the scale of the problem in Poland and average implantation rates in Europe. That is one of the factors motivating the European Society of Cardiology’s a

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Poland’s Door Only Slightly Ajar

Most Poles declare that we should take in labor immigrants, regardless of whether they are ethnically and culturally similar to us. But how do these declarations translate into practice?

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Gregarious Gulls

Almost 13% of all bird species, and 95% of those living in marine environments, nest in colonies. They exhibit many types of social behavior which can be interpreted as collaboration

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