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Make the Future Live

Make the Future Live, a festival of ideas and innovation featuring Shell Eco-marathon, is returning to Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London from July 5-8, 2018.

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Shell Eco-marathon

Shell Eco-marathon invites students to engineer racing vehicles at the cutting edge of energy efficient technology, bringing them together on the track in a series of challenges.

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Make the Future Live is a new kind of festival.

Enjoy live music from Ella Eyre and Lemar, science shows, street food and hands-on interactive gaming. See Alexander Armstrong chair our Intelligence Squared Podcast, and immerse yourself in the latest Virtual Reality, Artificial Intelligence and Augmented Reality experiences. Get close-up to Shell Eco-marathon, as student teams and vehicles compete in one of the world’s greatest ultra-energy-efficient challenges.

What’s on

Our 2018 main stage line-up features two amazing music acts, Ella Eyre and Lemar, plus entertainment from live science shows like Wonderstruck, Dr Ken and the Science Museum. And don’t miss our Augmented Reality, Artificial intelligence and Virtual Reality experiences, inspirational for any ages! Check out the schedule to make the most of your time at Make the Future Live.

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Lates

Make The Future Lates opens the whole festival for an adults-only session, including our Intelligence Squared podcast debating Smart Cities, chaired by comedian, actor and TV presenter Alexander Armstrong. Plus, singer-songwriter Lemar will round off the night with a soulful acoustic set.

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Shell Eco-marathon Europe UrbanConcept cars on track

Drivers’ World Championship

The most elite teams from regional UrbanConcept challenges return to the track, combining their engineering with the skill and strategy of a race environment. The stakes are high as the winner will not only claim the title of most efficient racer, but the whole team can go on a once-in-a-lifetime experience at Maranello, the home of Ferrari.

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Shell and the Future of Energy

Shell and the Future of Energy

Shell’s latest scenario, Sky – published 26 March 2018illustrates a technically possible, but ambitious pathway for society to achieve the goals of the Paris agreement: Limiting the global average temperature rise to well below 2°C degrees from pre-industrial levels.

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Shell Eco-marathon

Shell Eco-marathon is a unique energy-efficiency competition. Teams of students from around the world compete to build and drive their vehicles on the track.

It’s taking place at Make the Future Live. Come and see how the teams are pushing the boundaries of energy technology.

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What’s on

Make the Future Live 2018 has a packed schedule of exciting events planned. Find out more about what’s happening at this unique festival combining science, technology, music and gaming.

Shell Eco-marathon

Shell Eco-marathon invites students to engineer vehicles at the cutting edge of energy efficient technology, bringing them together on the track in a series of challenges.