WIN THE ADVENTURE OF A LIFETIME
Trek across legendary mountains; kayak amid icebergs; discover wild landscapes – Shell Ideas360 could take you there!
A GLOBAL STUDENT COMPETITION
Shell Ideas360 is a global ideas competition for students to develop ideas that tackle the pressures on the world’s Food, Water and Energy resources.
WHAT IF YOUR IDEA COULD CHANGE THE WORLD?
Season One 2013/14 winners, team Glas from McGill University and Concordia University (Canada) took on this challenge and developed, Skywell, a large corrugated sail with a hydrophobic coat to condense and collect humidity from the air. It clearly impressed the judges, who selected it from five ideas pitched at the finals in the Netherlands in May 2014.
For Sami, Charles and Al-Hurr it was the perfect ending to a long and rewarding journey of learning and discovery.
“It’s been a very positive experience” says Sami. “It’s given us the opportunity to do a lot of things for the first time. We’ve had to take the idea all the way from initial proposal to presenting it to, and fielding questions from, a panel of expert judges at the finals.”
CONNECT WITH LIKE – MINDED INNOVATORS
Are you a student? Then register today for Shell Ideas360 and access our global online community and Google Hangouts.
Join discussion forums on challenges on food water and energy resources, connect with students from around the world. You can even get prepared for Season Three 2015/16 and create your team and start developing your idea!
Join our Google Hangouts and connect with fellow innovators and subject matter experts and step into theworld of innovation, technology and business.
We’re committed to sharing our experiences and knowledge as we progress through the competition, so keep up to date with all of the latest news, events and hangouts right here.View all news
Discover how last year’s winners designed a way to harvest drinking water from moisture in the air.
Three Australian students from Monash University have reached the final of Shell Ideas360.
Students from the Engineering Science Programme represent Singapore and NUS in this years competition.