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 second and improved series.
The digital version of our annual report for 2014 has been published, with as usual an overview of our projects and activities.
In 2013, Chloé Rutzerveld organized, in collaboration with Waag Society's Open Wetlab, a very special dinner. Now, a richly illustrated cookbook has been published.
Waag Society's Open Wetlab is present at the SXSW (South by Southwest) 2015 festival in Austin, Texas (USA).
Waag Society’s Creative Learning Lab organizes a 4-day professional development course for teachers on maker education later this year.learner again, to get inspired and to make what they always wanted to make.
The March issue of the magazine Zorgvisie ICT contains an interview with Sabine Wildevuur of Waag Society's Creative Care Lab.
In February, the first BioHack Academy started at the Waag and on location at partner labs. A photo gallery to show the activities.
The Dutch fund for special journalistic projects (FBJP) has a new website online about new forms of journalism that are emerging.
Following a successful International Business Lounge at FutureEverything, the winners of Apps for Europe 2015 were announced.
The Crypto Design Challenge is an open call to all young designers and artists in the Netherlands and Belgium to make the encryption of digital images and information accessible to all.