Qatar Foundation’s Stars of Science is accepting online submissions for Season 13 from aspiring Arab innovators until December 31, with selected individuals being given the opportunity to present their ideas to a panel of scientific experts.
The 'Stars of Science' jury eliminated three contestants in the production prototyping round of Qatar Foundation’s edutainment TV show, citing that – after two straight rounds without elimination – the top eight contestants’ projects could now be judged fairly.
Qatar Foundation’s Stars of Science has undertaken several measures to continue filming Season 12, overcoming the difficulties presented by Covid-19 while ensuring the safety of contestants, jury members, experts and filming crew.
A total of eight innovators have been selected during the auditions for Qatar Foundation’s Stars of Science and are guaranteed to be moving on to the product development phases, competing to become this season’s Top Arab Innovator.
Qatar Foundation’s (QF) Stars of Science returns to television (TV) screens this weekend, with a brand-new set of aspiring Arab innovators ready to present their technological solutions to the world.
'Stars of Science' – Qatar Foundation (QF)’s edutainment show – is now accepting applications for Season 12, giving aspiring innovators the opportunity to present their ground-breaking ideas ...
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Nour Majbour, a research associate at Qatar Biomedical Research Institute (QBRI), part of Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU), earned second place in Qatar Foundation’s reality TV show Stars of Science Season10 recently.