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22-05-2017

De biokunstenaars Xandra van der Eijk met ‘Seasynthesis’, Cheng Guo met ‘Anon. - An intervention in the Anthropocene’ en Jiwon Woo (USA) met ‘Mother's Hand Taste (Son-mat)’ zijn op vrijdag 19 mei uitgeroepen tot de winnaars van de Bio Art & Design Award 2017 (BAD Award).

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19-05-2017

In The HOSPITAbLe Collection, healthcare fuses with everyday home objects. Visit the free exhibition at the Waag on the Nieuwmarkt.

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19-05-2017

The Dutch magazine 'LABinsights' published an article about DIY bio activities at the Waag. The article is available in Dutch only.

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16-05-2017

This report, and accompanying guide, produced as part of the DSI4EU project, maps the projects and organisations using technology to tackle social challenges across Europe.

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15-05-2017

Are you looking for the right tools and expertise for your plan to decentralise data management? Register now for the DECODE challenge.

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09-05-2017

This year’s STARTS PRIZE recipients come from Japan and Switzerland.

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06-05-2017

BioHack Academy is a unique international 10-week program, during which participants build and use their own biolabs. We are now seeking new partner labs for the fifth series, starting January 30th, 2017.

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05-05-2017

The fifth edition of the BioHack Academy starts 30 January 2018. Build your own BioFactory with Open Source hardware!

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04-05-2017

The ethical boundaries of science are heavily debated, both behind closed doors and in the public eye. Trust Me, I'm an Artist initiates the discussion on such matters.

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22-04-2017

With the app Hortus Chat, the visitors of 25 botanical gardens in The Netherlands can start a conversation with some of the remarkable plants.

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17-04-2017

A new restoration of the Brandon project, undertaken by the Guggenheim Museum, has been unveiled to coincide with its inclusion in Net Art Anthology.

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17-04-2017

In the first half year of 2017, Waag Society's biolab will bring 'Het Praktikum', a series of themed nights in Dutch during which we unravel the latest biotech taboos and explore our own morals.

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11-04-2017

In an open letter to the new cabinet in the making, six Dutch organisations give their advice regarding the digital developments in The Netherlands.

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27-03-2017

On 6 April 2017, the City Health Monitor was presented during the event Jij Maakt de Stad! at The Student Hotel in Amsterdam.

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20-03-2017

The approaching merge of bio and information technology influences the way in which we can alter living organisms and the speed of this development.

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20-03-2017

Design, build and discover creative technology. In September 2017, we will start the third series of FabSchool, the after-school activity at our Fablab.

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