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Posted on:
07-07-2015

Programming games, making a mini computer or working with a 3D-printer? Children of group 7 or 8 can come to our Fablab.

Posted on:
06-07-2015

Genetic engineering is now officially allowed in Waag Society's Open Wetlab! The Ministry has granted us the right to program the DNA of bacteria.

Posted on:
06-07-2015

Eline van der Ploeg won the Royal Academy Award 2015 with her work “Living Systems” developed at the BioHack Academy.

Posted on:
03-07-2015

The 11th annual Fab Lab Conference will this year be held in Boston (US). International Fab Lab Network members from more than 450 labs in 55 countries are gathering in August 2015 in the birthplace of the Fab Lab concept.

Posted on:
03-07-2015

The website ErfGeo is still in development, but has the ambition to contain every place, street and even address or building that ever existed in The Netherlands.

Posted on:
25-06-2015

Waag Society and Fast Moving Targets are presenting: Fix the Internet, a short documentary about the state of the current web.

Posted on:
22-06-2015

The Mobiles for Good Challenge 2015 again searched for social applications that use mobile technology for smart solutions for society.

Posted on:
16-06-2015

Fairphone furthers ambitions for fairer electronics with launch of innovative Fairphone 2

Posted on:
08-06-2015

Three days, two continents, six teams, more than ten nationalities, and seven working applications—let's look back at this year's brain-hackathon. The winner? A clever game that teaches children that effort pays off.

Posted on:
28-05-2015

Three projects, each worth 25.000 euros, have been selected as winners of the Bio Art & Design Award 2015.

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