Are you... a team player, imaginative, creative and inquisitive?
Do you... like a challenge, enjoy asking questions and want to improve the world around you?
If you answered 'yes' then our planet needs you! Free places are available for Fuselab Go.
Who: All 15-18 year olds
What: This is your opportunity to design, prototype and put your big ideas to the test in a series of workshops, talks and events over two days
When and where:
How: To book your free place, click the apply now button on the right of the page.
Fuselab Go is a free, two-day event, applications for the second phase of the tour are open now.
Fuselab Go is your chance to bring products to life; from thinking up concepts for new products, to pitching ideas and prototyping innovations. Inspirational mentors and speakers from the design and technology industries will lend their expertise to the Fuselab Go experience, giving you the opportunity to draw lessons from them and share your ideas will real innovators.
For your chance to take part in this exciting project, download and read our terms and conditions to make sure you're eligible, then click on the button on the right to apply. It's a short form, with just a few questions: just fill in your details, pick your Fuselab Go location, then upload an image of or link to something you think is innovative.
Watch our Fuselab 2013 video...
“Welcome to your challenge... It is down to your generation to lay the foundation for life on an uninhibited planet, and Fuselab Go is where we begin.”
Please note: by submitting an application to Fuselab Go you are indicating your acceptance of our terms and conditions, so please read them carefully.
We are also looking for local experts in engineering, product design, graphic design, business strategy and marketing to attend one day in each session and help guide participants through the innovation process within their field. Download the document below to find out more about these roles and how you can get involved.
Fuselab Go is supported by:
Fuselab was developed with support from the Scottish Government's Edinburgh Festivals Expo Fund