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Space Cafe Radio – Austria special – with Markus Mooslechner

In this Space Café Radio – Austria special – Host Sabine Pongruber, CEO of WEME Global, welcomed Markus Mooslechner on 10 November 2023.

“Anyone can be a good storyteller because everyone has a story to tell.”

Embark on a Journey of Discovery with Markus, an Award-Winning Storyteller and Science Communicator!

Immerse yourself in an engaging conversation that explores the depths of genuine human interaction and the craft of storytelling. Join Markus Mooslechner, a celebrated filmmaker, podcaster, TV host, and science communicator, as he navigates the complexities of science with ease. Known for his unique ability to make intricate scientific concepts both accessible and captivating, Markus is trusted by institutions like CERN and ESA for his effective communication skills.

This experience goes beyond mere storytelling. Witness how Artificial Intelligence becomes an integral part of our exploration and understanding. Markus will take you through the thrilling potential and significant impact of AI on society.

Step into a new realm where science, emotion, and human connection coalesce. It’s more than an opportunity for science aficionados, the inquisitively minded, and story lovers; it’s a chance to broaden your horizons and enhance your understanding.

Space Café Radio brings you talks, interviews, and reports from the team of SpaceWatchers while out on the road. Each episode has a specific topic, unique content, and a personal touch. Enjoy the show, and let us know your thoughts at [email protected]

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