The 'Metaal Kathedraal': a former church and metal factory, but now a cultural and ecological breeding ground at the edge of Utrecht. Xiamyra went to visit the place.
In a world where science is most often practiced in isolated labs, gaining access to the primary tools is of great importance to many independent researchers.
MAD summerschool, sounds like a crazy summerschool but it actually stands for ‘Man and Design’ i.e. a design summerschool. Xiamyra participated.
Paulien Melis and Janine Huizenga were at the camp Entre-Nous to speak about Make Health on behalf of the Creative Care Lab.
In this blog series ‘DO worry, be happy!’, we talk to experts in the field of technology, innovation and ethics about new developments and why sometimes we need to worry a little more.
A team from Waag Society has realised the installation 'Garden as Lab' that will travel trough the country with a selection of DIY tests.
In the Dutch project FIT we are aiming to support people who suffer from dementia and their carers in finding the right solutions in and around the home.
An interview (in Dutch) with Marleen Stikker, published in magazine 'de Helling' about big data, written by Erica Meijers and Socrates Schouten.
Taiwan is an innovator in the field of public participation and renewing the relationship between citizens and the government. Coen visited Taiwan and shares his experiences.
Frank Kolkman investigates our fear and experience of death with his installation 'Outrospectre: Simulating Out-of-Body Experiences' and Jurre got to try it out.
After two Summer Schools at the Waag building in Amsterdam in the past years, a third Summer Academy was organised on location this year.
Dozens of kids explored the Marineterrein in Amsterdam with handmade meters.
Dóra Kerekes, intern at the Future Heritage Lab, is looking at ways to visualize emotions. She wrote down her latest findings.
The second series FabSchool of this year was completely about the wonderful world of biotechnology. What did we do?
We need to move away from some of the Smart City rhetoric that seems to imply that the alternative is a dumb city, says Ivonne Jansen-Dings.
Imagine you would be in need of care at home. Are there objects, tools or devices of in the hospital of which you think: "That might work very nice next to my coffee table at home?"