Exploring Earth and Beyond
We Have a Winner!
Join us in congratulating Lyl Tomlinson from SUNY Stony Brook on winning the FameLab USA National Competition!
Lyl joins the winners of FameLab competitions from 23 other countries all over the world. He will represent the United States in the FameLab International Final on June 5th at the Cheltenham Science Festival in the UK!
Preparing for and Participating in the Online Heat
Can’t make it to any of the regional heats? No problem! FameLab EEB will include an online heat, allowing you to compete from home.
- Register through this website (see below) and select “online” from the dropdown menu when selecting the heat you wish to participate in.
- You will receive a follow up email from FameLab EEB organizers with further direction on how and when to send us your video.
- Your video should:
- be up to three minutes long (content after this time limit will not be judged)
- no editing or special effects
- no other people or excessive props
- not contain any background music
- Recording quality will not be assessed.
- Online competitors advancing to the online final may be asked to submit a second three-minute piece.
Are YOU Eligible?
- Those actively doing research in fields such as:
Anthropology, Archaeology, Astrobiology,
Astronomy, Astrophysics, Biology,
Climatology, Conservation, Ecology,
Geography, Geology, Heliophysics,
Paleontology, Planetary Science, Oceanography
- Graduate students (both MS and PhD)
- Postdoctoral fellows and early career researchers within 5 years of receiving PhD or MS
- Upper division, advanced undergraduate students and mid-career scientists will not be turned away, but the focus is on early career.
- International (non-US citizen) scientists who are currently working and studying in the US are welcome.
- Science communication students and professionals are NOT eligible.