The polls have closed, and the public votes are currently being counted to reveal the winner of Stars of Science Season 11. The three finalists – Abdulrahman Saleh Kamis, Nuha Abu Yousef, and Youssef El Azouzi – have worked tirelessly for the past few months to perfect their inventions, but they will have to wait to hear who the public and the jury have chosen as the Arab region’s top innovator in tonight’s episode. Tune in for the live Grand Final and support your favorite innovator and invention.
Abdulrahman Saleh Khamis, wants to help young and newly converted Muslims learn how to better perform their Islamic prayers. Nuha Abu Yousef, the Jordanian Ophthalmologist, seeks to allow patients with afflicted facial muscles regain control over their affected upper and lower eyelids with her Active Lazy Eyelid Sticker. While Youssef El Azouzi, the Moroccan doctor, hopes to aid congestive heart failure patients with his Flow Modulator Stent.
“In a record-breaking year, Stars of Science Season 11 proves that science has no room for error as just three contestants have reached the Grand Final,” notes Khaled Al Jumaily, the long-standing host of Stars of Science. “The competition is so close and I cannot wait to share the excitement of the crowning moment with the show’s fans!”
While they will each receive a share of the $600,000 seed fund to further develop their projects, only one will be declared the winner of Stars of Science Season 11.