Pupils from Ayrshire School were challenged to design litter picking shoes.
A competition is organized to challenge participants to come up with the most innovative concepts to produce shoe models capable of collecting waste.
Scottish company Peak Scientific has set out to find smart clogs aged 13 or more capable of producing green wearable technology.
Global specialists in gas generation systems for analytical laboratories offer to participate in a summer school.
The Inchinnan-based company is funding 30 free places for the NuVuX Summer School in Glasgow from July 16-23.
A panel of experts will review the submissions before deciding the winners.
Any public school pupil in Scotland over the age of 13 can apply.
NuVu Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer Saba Ghole said, “We are thrilled that Peak Scientific has opened the door to what could be a life-changing experience for 30 talented young people.
The intensive summer school will be housed in the UK’s first school of innovation – a £2.5 million purpose-built building that is part of Kelvinside Academy in Glasgow’s West End.
Using innovative approaches, materials, and technologies, students will learn how to create wearable technology that measures and improves the health of the environment.
Pupils aged 13 and over in public schools across Scotland can register their interest in the competition at nuvux.nuvustudio.com/nuvux-scotland-summer-camp-2022