Ewa Izabela BorowskaUniversity of Warsaw | UW · Inter-Faculty Individual Studies in Mathematics and Natural Sciences
Ewa Izabela Borowska
Geomicrobiology | Volcanic aerosols | Biofilm | Rocks | Lava tubes | Mars and Venus | Space medicine | Bioengineering
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Citations since 2017
4 Research Items
I am a doctoral student at the University of Warsaw in the College of Inter-Faculty Individual Studies in Mathematics and Natural Sciences. Her research directions include astrobiology, geomicrobiology, oceanography, and regenerative medicine. She studies volcanic areas, lava caves and extremophiles living there, biofilm formation, and non-invasive research on identifying abiotic sources of organic compounds by microorganisms settling in rocks.
November 2019 - present
- PhD Student
- Paleontological investigation on early stage of life on Earth - prekambrian eon Early endosymbiosis Early oceans formation Rocks study with endolithic photosynthetic organisms
February 2019 - June 2019
April 2018 - present
- PhD Student
- Astrobiology research - early genome and cell organization and its evolution; Biofilm study - role of biofilms formation as a early life strategy to exist in extreme conditions; Red microalgae study (Cyanidiales); Rocks study; Epigenetics
October 2005 - June 2009
In this paper, green nanocomposites based on biomass and superparamagnetic nanoparticles were synthesized and used as adsorbents to remove methylene blue (MB) from water with magnetic separation. The adsorbents were synthesized through the wet co-precipitation technique, in which iron-oxide nanoparticles coated the cores based on coffee, cellulose,...
Additive Manufacturing (AM) technologies are one of the major trends in the world of new technological solutions. They are often considered to be one of the fundamental building blocks of the Fourth Industrial Revolution. The use of computer-aided design (CAD) to create three-dimensional models with complex geometries without material waste takes t...
Exploring how life is distributed in the universe is an extraordinary interdisciplinary challenge, but increasingly subject to testable hypotheses. Biology has emerged and flourished on at least one planet, and that renders the search for life elsewhere a scientific question. We cannot hope to travel to exoplanets in pursuit of other life even if w...