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The annual Shell Traffic Games, which aims to reinforce the importance of fostering road safety awareness amongst children through a fun and interactive learning environment, today extended the platform to include a distracted road usage experience that simulated the dangers of mobile phone usage while on the road.
Shell today published findings on how cities across the world have been using energy, after studying more than 500 urban centres, including megacities with over 10 million residents. The cities were eventually grouped into six illustrative archetypes indicating where energy use is most concentrated and where future urbanisation is set to take place. The research was done jointly with global consultants Booz & Company.
The 37th Shell Singapore Youth Science Festival (SSYSF) STAGE! Drama Competition returned on a high note yesterday as Punggol Primary School emerged champion from among the eight finalist teams. They won the hearts of judges with their dramatic interpretation of Crystals, a theme aligned with 2014 being the UN International Year of Crystallography.
NUS Student Team Makes It To Final Five In “Shell Ideas360”, A Global Competition To Be Held In Amsterdam
Three students from the National University Singapore (NUS) have done Singapore proud. Out of a total of 668 team submissions from all around the world, the NUS team has made it as one of five finalists in the global student competition, Shell Ideas360. The final face-off of the competition will take place in Amsterdam in The Netherlands on 14 May.