Can you explain tough science in three minutes and win over an audience? Join the world's longest running science communication competition: FameLab International.
Register online by 31 March
If you are aged 19 or over and are studying or working in engineering, medicine, technology, biology, chemistry, physics or mathematics, register this month online with a video presentation. The jury then selects participants who will get into one of the regional heats held across the country.
In order to join, you have to prepare a 3-minute presentation on a science topic of choice. The presentation should be fun, original, scientifically accurate and engaging for the audience.
You can submit a video presentation and register online for FameLab by 31 March.
The regional heats will be held in Bucharest, Craiova, Cluj-Napoca, Iași, Sibiu,Timișoara și Târgu Mureș. To find out more about the registration and the regional heats, visit the FameLab section on our website.
About Famelab International
FameLab is organised by the Cheltenham Science Festival and the British Council with the purpose of supporting science students and professionals who have the ability to communicate their work to a broad audience. Winners in every country will take part in the internatonal final held in June in the United Kingdom. Over 10000 students, researchers or professionals in univeristies, organisations and research centres across the world have participated in FameLab.
The big prize for the FameLab Romania winner is a trip to the United Kingdom, at the Cheltenham Science Festival, where they will represent Romania in the FameLab International finals, competing against winners from 30 other countries.
In Romania, the project is supported by partners such as University of Bucharest, University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest, Babeș-Bolyai University, University of Craiova, "Alexandru Ioan Cuza" University of Iași, "Lucian Blaga " University of Sibiu, Politehnica University of Timișoara, University of Medicine, Pharmacy, Sciences and Technology of Tîrgu Mureș, Institute of Space Science, Bucharest City Hall, ArCub, Humanitas Publishing.