FameLab 2023 is now open for registrations

In A Nutshell
3 minutes to win the judges and the crowd with a scientific talk that excels for its content, clarity and charisma.

The best participant will get the honour of representing Switzerland at the FameLab International final at the Cheltenham Science Festival in the UK.

How does it work?

Find out about what's required of you and how Famelab works

Prepare for FameLab

How to dazzle the judges to secure your place in the national finals.

Human mammary tree, the colors reflecting the position of the cells on the z-axis. Image taken by Patrick Aouad, Cathrin Brisken’s lab, EPFL.

Although FameLab is a competition, it doesn’t feel like one. The atmosphere of both the national and the international final is amazing and friendly. I’ve learned a lot about research I had no idea existed, made friends all over the world and experienced one of the biggest science festivals in Europe.

Katarina Cisarova (National Winner)

Take your chance

Are you ready to share your passion for science? If you think you can explain a scientific concept to a general audience, in just three minutes, then why not enter? You could become the new face of science, represent Switzerland at the FameLab International finals in the UK, and open doors to national and global opportunities in science communication!

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FameLab Switzerland News

Swiss Final 2022 image FameLAb

The Swiss FameLab Final 2022 took place in September 2022 in Bern.

Watch the finalists talk:
FameLab Swiss final 2022 videos

Could you be the next winner?

2020 national winner Sauradeep Majumdar went on to win FameLab International!

Read more about it
Or watch the recording:
FameLab International 2020 Video

Meet all the winners of previous FameLab Switzerland events.

The Hall of Fame

Question about FameLab? Send an email to the FameLab team.