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13-12-2017

Design blog Dezeen has interviewed Sabine Wildevuur of our Creative Care Lab in their series called 'Good Design for a Bad World'.

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10-12-2017

The fifth edition of the BioHack Academy starts 30 January 2018. Build your own BioFactory with Open Source hardware! Sign up until 20 December 2017.

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08-12-2017

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.

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06-12-2017

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.

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01-12-2017

To improve the air quality in the Valkenburgerstraat, the city of Amsterdam will start a trial in March next year with eight so-called CityTrees.

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30-11-2017

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 fifth series, starting January 30th, 2018.

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29-11-2017

Tada! Data. They are a promise for life in the city. With data we can tackle major problems.

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22-11-2017

The Boss On The Internet is a new free lesson plan that teaches children to think critically about internet, big data and privacy.

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18-11-2017

Finding ways to preserve born-digital heritage has become a matter of urgency and growing concern. This manifesto lays out the actions they need to take today to safeguard born-digital heritage.

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17-11-2017

Design for Peace is a series of knowledge events on innovation, technology and entrepreneurship. It calls out to innovate thinkers with a Hackathon and a Creative competition. The deadline to submit ideas is December 1st.

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16-11-2017

Waag Society's Smart Citizens Lab organizes three special workshops at the end of this year, for those who like to DIY or measure their own environment.

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13-11-2017

The 'Amsterdam approach': connecting bottom-up innovation by citymakers to the strategic innovation policy of the city.

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09-11-2017

On Thursday 16 November a performance by award-winning Slovenian artist Maja Smrekar will take place at Waag Society. Smrekar challenges us to rethink our attitude and relationships with other species.

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04-11-2017

Ten years ago Waag Society opened one of the first Fablabs of Europe in Amsterdam. On 4 November 2017 we celebrated this anniversary with a Talkshow and Makerfest in the Waag.

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02-11-2017

During the second STARTS Talk the advantages and challenges of collaborations between science, technology and arts were discussed during Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven, focus specifically on the healthcare industry.

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25-10-2017

The new publication ‘Care for Design in Care’ describes the experiences of a diverse team with the cross-over project called FIT.

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