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The 12 and 13-year-old boys and girls in the School, passionate about making a positive impact on the world, interested in raising awareness for a particular cause or bringing about change in their communities, are using the power of iterative design and rapid prototyping techniques to create interactive devices for change.

Students will take inspiration from deep sea creatures and design devices and robots to carry out underwater missions to protect our oceans and cohabitate with diverse underwater ecosystems.

This project is being undertaken in collaboration with @‌nuvustudio. NuVu is a center for creative educational innovation based in Boston (USA), founded by MIT professors, specializing in designing projects for youths aged 11 to 18. NuVu’s projects delve into real-world issues, aiming to equip students with design skills and the ability to tackle complex challenges through creativity, critical thinking, and teamwork. For further details, NuVu Innovation School’s website can be found at ,offering relevant information for the news piece.

They are doing this project in conjunction with @‌nuvustudio. NuVu is a creative education innovation center in Boston (USA) founded by MIT professors that designs projects for young people from 11 to 18 years old. The projects devised by NuVu explore real-world issues with the goal of having students develop design skills and solve complex challenges through creativity, critical thinking and teamwork.