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Deadline for "Shell Ideas360" ends on 16 Dec

News  |  12 Dec 2013

Student Competition // Deadline for "Shell Ideas360" ends on 16 Dec

Shell Ideas360 is a global competition organised by Shell International Limited for students to develop game-changing ideas for tackling Energy, Water and Food issues. Until 16 Dec 2013, students can register and participate as an individual or as part of a team of up to three people. The target is to develop an innovative idea related to Energy, Water or Food.

The competition website provides a workspace to share draft ideas with the Shell Ideas360 community and for submitting a finalised idea for evaluation by 16 December 2013.

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