The Bright Ideas Challenge
15 finalist teams from secondary schools across Singapore presented their vision of a future city in 2050, which included a world where kinetic energy generated from exercising at the gym could be transformed into and stored as electrical energy.
The Bright Ideas Challenge Singapore garnered a total of 70 entries contributed by over 300 students from 34 secondary schools.
Minister of Education (Schools), Ng Chee Meng, was the guest-of-honour at the awards ceremony. The Bright Ideas Challenge is a Shell initiative organised by the Science Centre Singapore and supported by the Ministry of Education.