FameLab International 2020 Online Finals
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FameLab International 2020 Online Finals

Qatar National Research Fund, in collaboration with British Council, invites you to join us for the FameLab International 2020 Online Finals as contestants compete for the title of the best science communicator from 20 countries across the world.

FameLab International is the world’s leading science communication competition owned by Cheltenham Science Festival and delivered globally by the British Council. At a time when public engagement with science is more important than ever before, the FameLab International 2020 Online Finals are enabling participants to build international connections with fellow scientists and share their knowledge with global audiences.

Tune in to the finals to watch and comment as the world’s best and brightest science communicators deliver their three-minute performances to a distinguished panel of judges and a global online audience.

FameLab International 2020:

  • 11-12 November 16:00 GMT – Semi-Finals – 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm Qatar time
  • 16 November 12:00 GMT – Announcement of Finalists 3:00 PM – 3:30 PM Qatar time
  • 26 November 16:00 GMT– International Final 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM Qatar time

Make sure you subscribe to the FameLab YouTube channel. If you turn notifications on using the bell icon, you will be sent an alert when the event starts.

Stay tuned to our social media channels for further updates.


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