From our network 24.11.2023

The winners of the Future League

On the 24th of November, a Europe-wide competition for teachers and their students, the Future League, came to completion with the final in Berlin. Ten teams from nine countries travelled to the capital to present their forward-looking STEM teaching projects to an international audience. The teams' ideas had previously prevailed against competitors from over 15 countries. 

During the event, a panel of experts inspected all the projects and selected the three best. The winning projects are:

1st place: Seewache (Greece)


Designed and built from scratch "Seewache" is the new low-cost protector of the sea. A mini-submarine fully equipped with tools to facilitate seaweed cultivation and at the same time monitor and protect the coastal environment. Bringing technology to boost "blue economy" and help the fight for zero hunger, "Seewache" is our mean to sail to a sustainable future. Watch the project video.
A project of the 1st EKFE Heraklion & Anatolia College, Greece


2nd place: Honey - the Sweet Gold...and how it influences my life! (Germany)

Honey - the Sweet Gold...and how it influences my life!

In addition to learning about the production of honey and natural cosmetics, the microplastic conta- mination of drinking water was investigated in cooperation with a partner school in Ecuador. To the project video
A project of the Werner-von-Siemens-Gymnasium, Germany


3rd place: School of Future (Georgia)

School of Future

Using the example of a green roof, possibilities for a sustainable and barrier-free redesign of the school building were explored and implemented to make the school fit for a better future. Click here for the project video.
A project of the Aia Gess School, Georgia


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