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Take off – Science Challenge Show

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Following the success of the first season of the “Take Off – Science Challenge Show”, which ends this
Sunday, April 28, André Losch Foundation and FNR are proud to announce the opening of casting for the
second season of Take Off! Candidates will be able to submit their entries from this Sunday, April 14, 2024 on

Take Off – What is the Science Challenge Show?

📌A 13-episode multimedia program broadcast on the web and television.
📌Competing 12 candidates aged 15 to 21.
📌Talents first compete in teams for scientific challenges before moving on to individual tests.

Supported by the André Losch Fondation and the Luxembourg National Research Fund (FNR), the Take Off initiative aims to encourage:

📌Young people and families to take an interest in science by promoting roles that each of them can identify with.
📌The enhancement of young people’s image.
📌Represent Luxembourg’s diversity.
📌Bringing young people’s talents and potential to the spotlight.

How to register :

📌Register on
📌Be between 15 and 21 years old (born between July 4, 2002, and July 2, 2009).
📌Be affiliated with a Luxembourg school or have a diploma from a school in Luxembourg.

Important dates to remember :

📌14.04.24: Season 2 registration opens.
📌28.04.24: broadcast of the season 1 finale (YouTube, RTL or RTL Play).
📌8 & 9.06.24: pre-casting at Lycée Aline Mayrisch.
📌2 & 3.07.24: casting.

About André Losch Fondation :

📌Created in 2009 and recognized as a non-profit organization.
📌Supports and accompanies, independently, projects dedicated to young people in the Grand Duchy in the fields of education, social inclusion
inclusion and health.
📌In this way, it aims to contribute to the development of a fairer, more sustainable and inclusive society for young people in Luxembourg.

The Luxembourg National Research Fund (FNR) :

📌The primary actor supporting research activities in Luxembourg.

📌It supports and coordinates initiatives aimed at strengthening the links between science and society and raising public awareness of science and research.

📌Additionally, it advises the Luxembourg government on research policy and strategy.

📌The FNR aims to transform Luxembourg into a knowledge-based society through science, research, and innovation.

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