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21-11-2014

Mieke van Heesewijk presented the Smart Citizen project in Taiwan and emphasized that Smart Cities are for a great part formed by the people living in the city.

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20-11-2014

The latest research adventure of the Foundation Tijdgeest, DePoepfabriek.nl, has been nominated for the Waterinnovatieprijs 2014.

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18-11-2014

Centre for the Humanities and the Centre for Conflict Studies are organising the conference 'Remote control: Violence/Containment/Technology' on 12 and 13 December 2014.

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17-11-2014

CitySDK has published a Cookbook that introduces the opportunities CitySDK APIs has to offer for cities and developers.

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17-11-2014

Twenty years ago, Waag Society was born in December. To look back at our founding year, we found this fun article at Business Insider about tech in 1994.

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13-11-2014

A project paper submitted by the European heritage project meSch was awarded as the second best at the EuroMed 2014 Cultural Heritage Conference.

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11-11-2014

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

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10-11-2014

In every corner of the recently opened Hackuarium in Lausanne plenty of unopened crates can be found. Lots of material is waiting for a biohacker to give it a second life.

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10-11-2014

Metro for all will map the accessibility of all Amsterdams metro stations within one week.

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07-11-2014

One Architecture and Waag Society both are researching how digital (fabrication) technologies can change the field of architecture.

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