Hundreds of young Arab innovators began pitching their ideas in different industries and sectors to their colleagues, veteran Stars of Science alumni and finalists, as well as our expert panel of jurors this weekend. Young men and women from all over the Arab World began their journey to try and secure a spot in the finals of Stars of Science season 11, and a chance to make their idea a reality..
“Viewers can expect to experience thrilling reality television that holds a strong educational component,” said Khalid Al Jumaily, the Stars of Science host. “Having been involved with the show since its inception, I see this season as an exceptional one given the format development that aims at meeting viewers expectations. This season, we will continue to witness the high level of Arab talent portrayed and watch our region’s technological capabilities evolve first-hand.”
Fans of the show who have been following Stars of Science since its debut season in 2009 will have noticed that this season has an all-new format, focusing on interdisciploinary work, sustainability and collaboration. This includes exciting changes to its casting episodes that encourage absorbing discussions on scientific advances and an exchange of knowledge between the competitors.
In the initial three-part casting stage, over 150 aspiring innovators will pitch their concepts in front of the jury, supported by Stars of Science alumni, and compete to win a spot among the final eight contestants.
Stay tuned for next week's episode, featuring more brilliant ideas being put to the test by our jury and the contestant's peers!