The anime adaptation of Arifred Yamamoto’s Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove It web manga is returning for a second season! And it looks like fans get to decide its official title.

The official website for the anime is now accepting submissions from fans. They will then use the winning entry as the official title, and will use it in all media, promotions, and anything that will be promoting the anime. In addition, the one who submitted the winning entry will also get a decorative board autographed by director Toru Kitahata and the original manga author, Alifred Yamamoto.

However, there are guidelines, such as the fact that the title must incude the original Japanese title, Rikei ga Koi ni Ochita no de Shoumei Shite Mita. They must add the additional phrase before or after the original title, and submissions must not shorten the original title at all, or add anything in between. Interested parties can submit their entries via an online form. The deadline is June 30, 2021, 23:59 (JST).

The first season of Science Fell in Love, So I Tried to Prove It first made its premiere back in January 2020. They then announced a sequel for the series in October that same year. Expect the staff to reveal more details in the days to come. Meanwhile, here is how MyAnimeList describes the first season’s story:

It is widely believed that science can provide rational explanations for the countless phenomena of our universe. However, there are many aspects of our existence that science has not yet found a solution to and cannot decipher with numbers. The most notorious of these is the concept of love. While it may seem impossible to apply scientific theory to such an intricate and complex emotion, a daring pair of quick-witted Saitama University scientists aim to take on the challenge.

One day the bold and beautiful Ayame Himuro outwardly declares that she is in love with Shinya Yukimura, her fellow logical and level-headed scientist. Acknowledging his own lack of experience with romance, Yukimura questions what factors constitute love in the first place and whether he is in love with Himuro or not. Both clueless in the dealings of love, the pair begin to conduct detailed experiments on one another to test the human characteristics that indicate love and discern whether they demonstrate these traits towards each other.

As Himuro and Yukimura begin their intimate analysis, can the two scientists successfully apply scientific theory, with the help of their friends, to quantify the feelings they express for one another?

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