Call for applications: Falling Walls Lab Tunisia 2023

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We would like to call your attention to the Falling Walls Lab competition.

Falling Walls Lab Tunisia 2023 is hosted by the DAAD Reginal Office Tunis, in cooperation with MECAM (Merian Centre for Advanced Studies in the Maghreb) and will take place on May 24th, 2023, at Tunisian Higher Institute of Applied Studies in the Humanities.

Applications can be submitted via
The application deadline is April 25th, 2023.

Falling Walls Lab is a world-class pitch competition, networking forum, and steppingstone that brings together a diverse and interdisciplinary pool of students and early-career professionals by providing a stage for breakthrough ideas both globally and locally. The multifaceted formats support participants in driving their innovations and develop their communication skills, fostering collaboration and creating a space for the impactful and sustainable community to thrive.

Each year, renowned academic institutions around the world organise their own Falling Walls Lab to showcase the quality, diversity, and passion of their region’s most innovative minds. In three minutes each, participants are given the opportunity to present their solutions to some of the most pressing challenges of our time to peers, a high-calibre jury, and the general public. The winner of each international Lab qualifies for the global finale in Berlin on 7 November and wins a ticket to attend the Falling Walls Science Summit, where they get to interact and network with the world’s movers and shakers of science, business, and policymaking.

To help spread the news of Falling Walls Lab Tunisia 2023, we would greatly appreciate it if you could forward our call for applications to students and early-career professionals in your network.

Falling Walls Lab is organised by the Falling Walls Foundation and generously funded by Berlin’s Natural History Museum (global finale), and Google and Springer Nature (international Labs). It is supported by the Sartorius, the Federal Foreign Office of Germany, and the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD).

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