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The Grand Challenge Project is currently underway as a collaboration between the RCA School of Design and CERN.
The Grand Challenge is a unique project that involves all 1st-year School of Design Students from the Fashion, Textiles, IDE, GID, Service Design, Product Design and Intelligent Mobility Programmes; about 380 students, the biggest students cohort ever involved in an RCA project.
Running for 8 weeks in partnership with scientists from CERN, the project is exploring four key themes (Health and Wellbeing, Digital Disruption, Energy, Infrastructure and the Environment; Social and Economic Disparity).
This is a talk being given at the start of the second week of the project to share some of the key insights from 2018 Future Agenda projects that will help to provoke debate and innovation across the four themes.