Make the Future Singapore is not just another festival celebrating scientific and engineering innovations. It is one that will come alive through contributions by the brightest young minds across Asia. Through virtual reality and hands-on experiential zones, find out what the future of energy might look like, as the world taps on natural gas, renewables and other low-carbon technologies.

Make the Future Singapore 2017 concluded on Sunday, March 19, after four days of delighting more than 22,000 visitors with innovative displays that demonstrated the crucial role energy plays in everyday life.

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The Flux, #506, a gasoline UrbanConcept vehicle racing for team DLSU Eco Car Team - I.C.E. from De La Salle University, Philippines celebrate their victory in the Drivers' World Championship race on the final day of Make the Future Singapore 2017.

Make the Future Singapore wraps on a high note

#makethefuture Singapore closed on Sunday, 19 March 2017 after four days and drew 22,000 visitors. 

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Shell Powering Progress Together comes to Singapore for the first time on 16 March 2017. It will bring together a wide range of stakeholders across all sectors to discuss, debate and catalyse cross-border collaborations to tackle future energy challenges.

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We believe the answers to tomorrow’s energy challenges lie in young people’s ingenuity. That’s why we’re inviting secondary school students, aged 13-16, to imagine innovative solutions to power the cities of the future.

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Bring your school to Make the Future Singapore – a festival of ideas and innovation at Changi Exhibition Centre – on March 16-19, 2017.

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