In the series “Science is a Polish specialty. Great figures of Polish science” we will show different faces of Polish science – not only its history, but also contemporary achievements of Polish scientists. In the coming months, “Wprost” will read many articles and interviews on this subject, listen to podcasts with scientists and watch video reports on Polish science. And that’s not all!
We are starting the series “Science is a Polish specialty. Great figures of Polish science. For the next twelve months, starting from December 2022, in “Wprost” we will introduce our readers to Polish scientists – both the greatest figures in the history of Polish science and researchers who are currently working on the development of Polish science.
“Science is a Polish specialty.” Articles, talks, podcasts and much more
In our series you will find articles about the most important and famous scientists in Polish history, as well as about the contemporary successes of Polish scientists. As part of the “People of Science” podcast, we will talk to researchers, popularizers and other people involved in Polish science.
In the film and photo reports published in Wprost, we will show our readers interesting discoveries of Polish scientists. And at the end of each month, we will test your knowledge on more topics in the form of quizzes, which you will surely solve easily if you follow our cycle closely.
Each month is a different topic related to Polish science
The Science series is a Polish specialty. Great figures of Polish science” begins with a month dedicated to young scientists and their achievements, as well as the activities of Polish universities. We also present programs and grants that help young scientists in their research.
In January, we will deal with the extraordinary research of Polish archaeologists and learn about modern methods used in archaeology, which is no longer a stereotypical “digging in the ground”. However, not only Polish archaeologists conduct amazing research in various parts of the world. We will deal with historical and contemporary researchers of the farthest corners of the globe, including underwater caves, volcanoes and glaciers in February.
In the following months, we will take a closer look at the modern ways of popularizing science in the era of the Internet and social media, the most interesting and extraordinary scientists in Polish history, as well as Polish scientists who had a huge impact on the world and their discoveries benefited humanity. We will also deal with the issue of money in science, science in the context of new technologies, architecture of the future, Polish participation in space exploration, medicine for the 21st century, and science and modern technologies in the context of the Polish energy transformation.
We cordially invite you to read our texts and follow our next materials!