An active group of citizens makes great progress with sustainable mobility and connectedness in the area. Intern Hub Coumans about the pilot of the EU project MUV.
Waag Society supported the Spaarne Hospital hospital in organizing a hackathon, for an even more senior friendly hospital.
Healthcare demands and solutions are changing rapidly. Open-source hardware will play an important role in the future.
Can we learn about ourselves by studying outer space? In ongoing research Waag Society is exploring human outer space activities.
Together with residents of Buitenveldert, we look for practical solutions to create a greener and healthier neighbourhood. On January 22nd we held the first meeting.
Only in very exceptional cases may the city outsource its ICT, Jelle de Graaf and Marleen Stikker are writing in an opinion article in newspaper Het Parool.
So you bought the shiny iPhone X. Your iPhone 6 now sleeps in your closet. But… what if you can upcycle it by combining it with AI?
On the Wednesday before Xmas, an enthusiastic group of people gathered at the Waag to assemble an air quality sensor, together with the national RIVM institute.
This has been a tough year for those who believe in the good in people. But there are a few positive notes, says Marleen Stikker.
On 13 December 2017, the final workshop of FabSchool took place at the Waag, where children demonstrated their sustainable solutions.
A report of the first teach-de-teacher session 'The Boss on Internet' about the new lessons that are available for education.
What role can design play for healthcare? And how? These questions were central during the Design for Health (D4H) conference in Melbourne.
December 14th there will be a vote to abolish net neutrality in the US. We asked Taco van Dijk why we should worry about this.
Which technological applications make it possible for citizens to actively contribute to collecting (environmental) data?
The new directive called PSD2 will give banks the opportunity to share your data with third parties. Do we need to worry about this development?
Fabschool tought a series of classes in the 021 Maakplaats (Makerspace) in Reigersbos. Kinderen got acquainted with new technology such as 3D printers, lasercutters and design software.