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.
From the Gulf to the Middle East all the way to North Africa, more than 100 applicants pitched their inventions to the jury and members of the show’s alumni.
They put their presentation skills to the test in hopes of earning a place in the selection episode, during which the final eight contestants will be chosen to enter the innovation workshop.
As communities around the world adhere to their collective responsibility in fighting the Covid-19 pandemic, the importance of Stars of Science is more evident than ever, according to a statement on Thursday.
Part of QF’s Qatar Science and Technology Park, Stars of Science aims to drive interest in science, innovation, and entrepreneurship in its viewers – both in an educational and entertaining manner.
The TV programme will continue to air until November 6 on seven different channels across the region and online through the Stars of Science YouTube channel. A full broadcast guide can be viewed at www.starsofscience.com.
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