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We will meet with Tomasz Rożek at the 6th ŚFN KATOWICE!

Tomasz Rożek is a physicist, scientific journalist, and science communicator. Chemistry, biology, astronomy, and mathematics also lie within his area of interest. He is the founder of the ‘Nauka. To lubię!’ [Science. I like it] Foundation and an ambassador of the Silesian Science Festival KATOWICE associated with the Festival from the first edition.

This year, during the 6th ŚFN, the scientist will host his own Stage with lots of exciting attractions!

On the ‘I Like Science Stage’ the science communicator will conduct many discussions with exceptional people. They include Luca Parmitano, an astronaut from the European Space Agency and Aleksandra Przegalińska, PhD, with whom the scientist will talk about the future of artificial intelligence.

Registration is required:

meeting with Luca Parmitano;

meeting with Aleksandra Przegalińska.

The film ‘Kosmiczne Przygody pewnej sondy’ [The Space Adventures of a Certain Probe] produced by the ‘Nauka. To Lubię!’ Foundation will premiere on Tomasz Rożek’s stage. A new version of the multi-episode animated series entitled ‘Jak działa człowiek?’ [How do humans work?], which premiered in 2021 on the YouTube channel ‘Nauka. To Lubię Junior’.

During the Festival, the participants will have the opportunity to take part in workshops taking place on the scientist’s stage. You will find out, among other things, how a 3D printer works and how can we print live organs.  Tomasz Rożek will also conduct workshops for Festivals Forum delegates (registration for the event:

The curiosity of the audience taking active part in the prepared activities will be satisfied with the following lectures:

– ‘Artificial — in what way? Lecture on artificial intelligence’ (registration:;

– ‘Can biological organs be printed?’ (registration:;

– ‘Superheroes: exceptional Polish scientists’ (registration:;

– ‘Human: the most interesting facts’ (registration:

You will also have the opportunity to meet Tomasz Rożek in person at the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Science Station on Monday, 5 December, at 9.55 a.m.

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Tomasz Rożek na scenie
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