A new report titled ‘One Internet’ (published by the Global Commission on Internet Governance) offers three possible scenarios for the future of the Internet.
There is good news for all those fans of the DDS: a team of ICT students of the University of Amsterdam has succeeded to read the code from the digital archives of the DDS from 1994-1996 and revive the software!
Waag Society is opening the world's first pop-up microbial pet shop in the heart of Amsterdam's Red Light District in July. How much is that microbe in the window?
The fourth edition of the BioHack Academy will start end of January 2017. Build your own BioFactory with Open Source hardware.
Frank Kresin visited the first Personal Democracy Forum in Ukraine and writes us his observations, straight from Kiev.
Waag Society presented another group of Fab Academy students and their final projects, graduating in the 2016 program.
When thinking about the European Commission, playing with Lego isn’t the first thing that comes to mind. Don’t let your assumptions fool you!
It sounds more or less like a fait accompli, the arrival of the smart meter, but it is not, of course.
"The creative industry and creatives are important in the development of eHealth", stated Health minister Edith Schippers in an intermezzo with Waag Society’s Creative Care Lab.