SCIENCE

Scientific communication

Publications about science

Publications about culture


~ SCIENCE

Scientific communication

Publications about science

Publications about culture

– dr Patrycja Dołowy

popularizer of
art and science,
science journalist


President of Polish Association of Science Journalists Naukowi.pl, the chancellor of The Council for the Promotion of the Public Understanding of Science Polish Academy of Sciences in Poland and head of Centre for Innovative Bioscience Education. For over 5 years she's been deputy editor in-chief in ACADEMIA. The Magazine of Polish Academy of Sciences and then the head editor of the science and civilization column in Przekrój Weekly Magazine. Currently she works as a freelancer, collaborating with important Polish titles. Besides the press articles she has published three books as a coauthor. She also collaborates with theatres. She mainly writes on biology, in particular on microbiology, genetics, biophysics, biochemistry, she raises social issues, including those at the interface between genetics and ecology, genetics and etology, biology and social sciences, science and art. Her second field of interest is art: photographics, performance, storytelling, site-specific art, histories of witnesses. She conducts interviews and talks with people of science (and others).

In her work as a journalist she explores issues concerning science and politics, and science and society, the societal perception of science and its consequences, science in politics, politics in science, the development of science, the relationships between history of science and politics and social history. She is an avid writer on women in science (social, historical and political matters) and relations between science and art. She enjoys writing for children about science.

As a member of the The Council for the Promotion of the Public Understanding of Science PAS she supports the local and supralocal initiatives popularizing science, i.e. Children University, Summer Meetings with Science at Wdzydze Lake, scince festivals in various cities. She has created Science Cafe for Parents and Children in MaMa Café of the MaMa Foundation in Warsaw.

Being interested in the interdisciplinary in science, she is keen on discovering individual voices of the people of science, in particular in the era of information overload which makes ‘science’ be thrown into one category, and that which is connected with it is perceived stereotypically.

Her educational background is in microbiology (Warsaw University, 2002). She holds a doctorate in life sciences (The Institute of Biochemistry and Biophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences, 2007). She graduated with distinction from the Higher Collage of Photography, Academy of Artistic Photography in Wrocław in 2005 and has a post-graduate diploma in Psychological Training and Workshop (INTRA, 2014).

The winner of awards, including Karol Sabath Award for the best popular science article published in Polish press in 2011.

– dr Patrycja Dołowy

popularizer of art and science,
science journalist


President of Polish Association of Science Journalists Naukowi.pl, the chancellor of The Council for the Promotion of the Public Understanding of Science Polish Academy of Sciences in Poland and head of Centre for Innovative Bioscience Education. For over 5 years she's been deputy editor in-chief in ACADEMIA. The Magazine of Polish Academy of Sciences and then the head editor of the science and civilization column in Przekrój Weekly Magazine. Currently she works as a freelancer, collaborating with important Polish titles. Besides the press articles she has published three books as a coauthor. She also collaborates with theatres. She mainly writes on biology, in particular on microbiology, genetics, biophysics, biochemistry, she raises social issues, including those at the interface between genetics and ecology, genetics and etology, biology and social sciences, science and art. Her second field of interest is art: photographics, performance, storytelling, site-specific art, histories of witnesses. She conducts interviews and talks with people of science (and others).

In her work as a journalist she explores issues concerning science and politics, and science and society, the societal perception of science and its consequences, science in politics, politics in science, the development of science, the relationships between history of science and politics and social history. She is an avid writer on women in science (social, historical and political matters) and relations between science and art. She enjoys writing for children about science.

As a member of the The Council for the Promotion of the Public Understanding of Science PAS she supports the local and supralocal initiatives popularizing science, i.e. Children University, Summer Meetings with Science at Wdzydze Lake, scince festivals in various cities. She has created Science Cafe for Parents and Children in MaMa Café of the MaMa Foundation in Warsaw.

Being interested in the interdisciplinary in science, she is keen on discovering individual voices of the people of science, in particular in the era of information overload which makes ‘science’ be thrown into one category, and that which is connected with it is perceived stereotypically.

Her educational background is in microbiology (Warsaw University, 2002). She holds a doctorate in life sciences (The Institute of Biochemistry and Biophysics, Polish Academy of Sciences, 2007). She graduated with distinction from the Higher Collage of Photography, Academy of Artistic Photography in Wrocław in 2005 and has a post-graduate diploma in Psychological Training and Workshop (INTRA, 2014).

The winner of awards, including Karol Sabath Award for the best popular science article published in Polish press in 2011.