Making Science the Star


Using film as a medium to make science accessible to all

Developing countries often suffer from a lack of scientific culture, an essential requirement for technological development and consequent economic progress.

The goal of this campaign is to engage the film industry in order to promote greater scientific knowledge. Various scientific topics that align with sustainable development goals and local needs are discussed and actors are encouraged to serve as campaigners, making use of their celebrity status to popularise the subject, with the intention of bringing science education and research within everyone’s reach.


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  • Sara Augustine Laurence Timb

    Sara Augustine Laurence Timb

    University of Yaoundé I

    Laurence Augustine Sara TIMB " Mésange " is a Cameroonian poetess born on October 23, 1999 in Douala. Author of the collection of poems "THE CONFIDENCE OF A MUSE", she has won during the year 2022 several literary distinctions: - diploma of honor of the international prize of poetry Léopold Sédar SENGHOR ; - laureate of the humanist poetry prize awarded by the French Society of Poets (SPF); - special prize of the jury of the international prize of poetry Matiah ECKHARD ; - prize for the best poetic text at the national poetry contest; - laureate of the Africa Poetry International Contest (5th prize). In addition to her passion for poetry and reading, Sara is a PhD student at the University of Yaoundé I. "From being to being there is a way: poetry! Mésange more

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  • Dr. Stéphane Kenmoe

    Dr. Stéphane Kenmoe

    University of Duisburg-Essen

    Dr. Stéphane Kenmoe has been working as a postdoctoral researcher at the Chair of Theoretical Chemistry at the University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany. He is also a science popularizer on TV and on social media, a science writer and novelist. In 2020 he produced the movie ‘’Science in the City’’ (Science dans la Cité) in Cameroon. He is very active in networking for the promotion of early career African scientists and for connecting science and society. He has won many awards for his engagement, among which the 2020 Diversity Prize for Academic Leadership at the University of Duisburg-Essen.more

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