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.
Young Arab innovators with ideas and solutions designed to tackle global challenges – such as the Covid-19 pandemic – are encouraged to apply and transform their concepts into tangible innovations, according to a statement.
For more than a decade, the impact of Stars of Science has been felt through its significant contribution to creating a vibrant entrepreneurial culture among young people in Arab countries, which is reflected by the successes achieved by its many alumni.
Stars of Science has thus far empowered more than 147 innovators representing 18 Arab countries, instilling the values of collaboration and scientific excellence during their time on the show. Collectively, the show’s alumni community have become drivers of change to catalyse social progress and create a culture of innovation across the Arab region and beyond.
Stars of Science not only provides funding and technical assistance, but also grants contestants the necessary tools to develop their ideas and projects. Furthermore, participants of Stars of Science Season 13 will become part of a wide network of alumni that holds collaboration and reinforcement as its main foundation.
More details on how to apply can be found at www.starsofscience.com