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February 17 2015 | Press Release

MICHIGAN’S ST. JOHN LUTHERAN SCHOOL WINS GRAND PRIZE AT 2015 FUTURE CITY® COMPETITION FOR SECOND YEAR IN A ROW.

WASHINGTON DC, February 17 – A city of the future – Lekol-la-fre  –... more

February 16 2015 | Press Release

Nation’s Most Talented Sixth, Seventh and Eighth Graders Prepare to Present Their Solutions as They Tackle This Year’s Theme, Feeding Future Cities at Annual Future City® Competition National... more

February 10 2015 | News Story

Building a city of the future may sound pretty cool until the process eats up months of free time. But a group of local kids has been willing to do whatever it takes for their entry in the Future... more

January 27 2015 | News Story

Using recycled Dasani bottles, a Slinky, a mirror and old computer parts, Catalina Caceres and her Catholic school classmates created “Carpe Verde,” a planned city that featured a multi-system... more

January 27 2015 | News Story

Food production remains a hot topic because experts think that by 2030, nearly all of the world's population growth will be concentrated in urban areas, plus Earth's fertile land won't be enough... more

January 27 2015 | News Story

 A team of students from The Ellis School in Shadyside won the Carnegie Science Center's 16th annual... more

January 27 2015 | News Story

As urban populations continue to grow and natural resources dwindle, city planners, engineers, and environmentalists point to a need to develop sustainable ways to fulfill the demand for more food... more

August 14 2014 | Press Release

Washington DC, August 14, 2014 – Many experts now predict that, in the coming decades, the Earth’s arable land will no longer be sufficient to produce enough... more

February 26 2014 | News Story

Huntsville, Alabama- Middle schoolers have gone beyond making paper mache volcanoes and homemade lava lamps for a more innovative scientific challenge.

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February 26 2014 | News Story

The future is now in Evanston, at least in a city created by a team called Destiny in a St. Athanasius School classroom under the guidance of math teacher Maggie Dolan.

Dolan, of Grayslake... more

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