Genetic engineering is now officially allowed in Waag Society's Open Wetlab! The Ministry has granted us the right to program the DNA of bacteria.
Eline van der Ploeg won the Royal Academy Award 2015 with her work “Living Systems” developed at the BioHack Academy.
The website ErfGeo is still in development, but has the ambition to contain every place, street and even address or building that ever existed in The Netherlands.
Museums, libraries, and archives are bringing their data alive with our Heritage & Location data clinic.
Gare du Nord, a project initiated by Chiara Ianeselli and developed with Lucas Evers of Waag Society, opens on July 16th 2015 at 6 pm in the historic, anatomical theatre of de Waag building in Amsterdam.
Lucas Evers travelled to the Chinese city of mass-production Shenzhen, to present the Open Wetlab and meet the buzzing maker industry.
Hans Schnitzler, philosopher and author of Het digitale Proletariaat, shares the Dutch column he presented at the Facebook Farewell Party.
Maria Boto Ordonez had the opportunity (along with two participants from the Biohack Academy) to represent the Open Wetlab at the Sónar festival in Barcelona. Here's a recap of her experience.
Over the past four years, CRISP focused on the design of Product Service Systems (PSSs) in tackling societal challenges. Now it was time to reflect and share the lessons learned.