How can technology improve our trust in ICT-supported healthcare services? We've created a video that gives an explanation.
The Rijksmuseum has added the digital design of the 'Makerchair Hexagon' from the Dutch designer Joris Laarman to its collection.
This book investigates new ethical issues arising through art and science collaboration and considers the roles and responsibilities of the artists, scientists and institutions involved.
Artists and designers interested in the life sciences are invited to propose new projects for funding.
We celebrate our 20th anniversary with a special website in which we collected 20 stories about 20 years of history along a selection of our projects.
What were the first years of Waag Society like? We asked it Marleen Stikker.
A concluding publication has been published by the partners in the European cultural cooperation project Eclectis. Every partner in the project has contributed to this publication.
Playing an interactive game and learn to read, spell and understand new words at the same time? It’s possible with Superhero Island 2.0, an educational game concept developed by Creative Learning Lab.
The latest research adventure of the Foundation Tijdgeest, DePoepfabriek.nl, has won the Water innovation prize 2014. Waag Society earlier built the web application for the project.
Pigeons, human stem cells, fungi, cut-flowers – about anything that lives can serve as working material for bio art and design.