The first online platform to let children build their own sensors, Smart Kids Lab, is now also available in English.
Waag Society’s Creative Learning Lab annually organizes a professional development course for teachers in maker education.
The Making Sense-team has published the book 'Citizen Sensing, a toolkit', which describes all methods, lessons and best practices.
With BioShades we explore the potential of dyeing with bacteria as a less harmful alternative in TextileLab Amsterdam. This BioShades event exists of a workshop and a talkshow.
The sixth edition of the BioHack Academy is planned for 2019. Build your own BioFactory with open-source hardware!
Just before the event 'DECODE: Data commons & the city' in Amsterdam, Evgeny Morozov wrote an opinion article in the Dutch newspaper nrc. We give you a quote.
The Institute of Network Cultures has published a second MoneyLab reader, titled 'Overcoming the Hype'.
New activities that are taking place at Maakplaats 021, spread out over three locations in Amsterdam, are now open for application.
The international STARTS Prize is launched to select the most pioneering collaborations and results in the field of creativity and innovation at the crossings of science and technology with the arts.
The Dutch newspaper Trouw published an article on 'DIY DNA' about two Americans who developed their own genetic therapy. Lucas Evers of our Open Wetlab gives his reaction.
The project 'Let's Connect' has won the Dutch ISOC Innovation Award 2018. Waag's e-Dem project received a nomination,
BioHack Academy is a unique international 10-week program, during which participants build and use their own biolabs. We are seeking new partner labs for the next series.
What does our health care system, the economy and our digital heritage look like in the future and how does technology impact our society?
Design blog Dezeen has interviewed Sabine Wildevuur of our Creative Care Lab in their series called 'Good Design for a Bad World'.
Tomo Kihara, intern at the Future Internet Lab of Waag Society, won both the Grand-Prix as the public award of WIRED Creative Hack Award 2017 in Japan.
After Fab Lab 'La Casemate' in Grenoble was set on fire as an anti-technology protest, a crowdfunding campaign now helps to rebuild the lab.