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Wednesday 18 May 2016

Our team from Creative Learning Lab reporting from FABelgrade in Serbia, where the makers movement takes off.

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Tuesday 17 May 2016

A DIY-surgery robot doesn’t go without consequences. That stands to reason. But what about a seemingly simple DIY finger splint? May that run out of control?

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Friday 13 May 2016

During the weekly open Fablab day, we hosted a seven hour long, intense and fun Hacksprint about Biotic Games.

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Thursday 12 May 2016

According to state secretary, data of the official organisation RIVM shows that only a 'few bottlenecks' remain in the innercities concerning air quality. The question that always arises in these cases is: how?

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Monday 09 May 2016

What are the challenges for our archives in the next five years? "We still only think in paper archiving. How can we let that go?"

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Tuesday 03 May 2016

Lucas Evers visited Belgium for the event 'What’s the matter with cooperation', and was struck by vases made of 'rare earth' at the Water War exhibition.

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Friday 29 April 2016

Robin van Westen and Karien Vermeulen write about their trip to Denmark, where they were invited to present at the FabLearn conference.

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Tuesday 26 April 2016

Missed our future heritage conference at the Volkshotel? Here’s a recap of what happened during two days of inspiring keynotes, urban safari’s and more.

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Monday 25 April 2016

Museums and the Web (MW) is one of the bigger international heritage conferences, and this year in its 20th edition. Dick van Dijk shares his experience.

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Thursday 21 April 2016

Lots of examples of sustainable houses at the FabCity campus, aimed at the future of the city. Worth paying a visit!

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Wednesday 20 April 2016

At the recent Dutch Innovation Expo, the society was nearly invisible. Are we using the ability to innovate of the society itself to its full extent? Should we not change our innovation policy?

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Thursday 14 April 2016

The Dutch KWR Watercycle Research Institute started a pilot with citizens in Amsterdam to measure tap water.

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Wednesday 13 April 2016

The human body, that fabulous sensing, feeling, moving artefact of nature. It’s such a seamless device that nearly no one notices it’s workings until they’re in bed with the flu. It’s the best user experience possible. Or perhaps not?

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Thursday 07 April 2016

A very exciting workshop at the Waag. First of all, because genetically modified glowing bacteria were made. Second, because this workshop was only possible due to a recent change in the law.

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Monday 04 April 2016

Going from poor-to-poor towards peer-to-peer: how do we get to an open, sustainable and purpose economy?

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Friday 01 April 2016

Kids grow up in a world where the Internet surrounds them, where being online is our normal state of being. What about their privacy?

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