'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 to a jury of renowned field experts.
Online applications are open to Arabs all around the world until December 31, QF has said.
Interested participants could become part of the impressive alumni community that has been 11 years in the making, contributing to a culture of Arab scientific excellence. More than 130 innovators representing 18 Arab countries have gained invaluable insights and learned crucial lessons during their time on 'Stars of Science'.
Over the past decade, the SOS alumni community has raised over $14mn in crowdfunding, awards, investment and research grants to refine their inventions and build startups around the world.
This year, Ahmad Nabeel and Fouad Maksoud – both contestants in Season 9 – alongside Hassan Albalawi from Season 7, were recognised as members of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Innovators Under 35 list in the Mena region. More details on how to apply can be found at www.starsofscience.com
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