The embodied learning-installation that Marloeke van der Vlugt developed earlier together with Waag Society is now part of the exhibition called SPIELEREI in Heerlen. Visitors can use the objects of the installation.
Applications for the seventh edition of the Fab Academy Diploma, the main educational program of the Fab Lab Network, will start in September 2016.
Waag Society will once again explore emerging biotechnologies in three one-week BioHack modules that focus on microbiology, genetic modification and optics.
The fourth edition of the BioHack Academy will start end of January 2017. Build your own BioFactory with Open Source hardware.
On 19 September 2016, the first edition of the Textile Academy begins. The Textile Academy is a 16 weeks course, during which you will learn about the designing of both textiles and clothing.
Commissioned by Platform Maker Education two partner research groups have conducted a survey of maker education in the Dutch context.
Waag Society opened the world's first pop-up microbial pet shop in the heart of Amsterdam's Red Light District in the summer of 2016.
How do museum professionals approach a weekend long of prototyping exhibitions? A photo impression from MuseumCamp Amsterdam.
Our Open Wetlab and it's founder, Pieter van Boheemen, are part of an exhibition at the Science Museum in London.
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 fourth series in 2017.