Using fuel cells and programming, young inventors will use their creativity and engineering skills to hack hardware: making it move faster, longer or to take its first steps as an animate object.
The hack will be held during the summer holidays at 10 centres across the UK. There will be a competition in London at the end of the week, the winners of which will receive the highly coveted Arcola Cup!
The hack is free, but places are limited. You can find out more, and apply for a place, at hydrogenhack.co.uk.