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.
Hack yourself better (or worse): this year's edition of Hack the Brain was all about health. What happens when you bring together a group of 54 artists, (neuro)scientists and coders for 72 hours?
June 22nd, a night to celebrate the future of Maker Education in The Netherlands was organized in The Hague, on which the results of the first (half) year of Platform Maker Education were presented.
Against the background of widely supported call to invest in artistic research and innovation, a number of organisations ask for investments in architecture, design and eCulture and to integrate the arts in the Dutch national culture policy again.
A new report titled ‘One Internet’ (published by the Global Commission on Internet Governance) offers three possible scenarios for the future of the Internet.
We have created a booklet to present the participating artists and scientific projects of FEAT: The Future and Emerging Art and Technologies project.
The Dutch newspaper 'Het Parool' brings the news that the first smart 'Amsterdeck' will be placed in Amsterdam soon.
Programming games, making a mini-computer or working with a 3D printer? Children of group 7 or 8 in primary education can join FabSchool Kids.
Waag Society has developed a co-creation brainstorm toolkit for cultural heritage professionals to assist them in defining their co-creation process.
End of May 2016, Fairphone reached a new milestone in its three year existence: there are now more than 100.000 copies sold.
Thousands of ants will visited Waag Society on June 3rd, under the supervision of German artist, audiovisual naturalist and ant lover Kuai Shen.
In April, the international conference 'Identity Matters: enriching heritage to meet a new era' was held in Amsterdam. The proceedings are now available.
Google has created an app to turn Android devices into mobile laboratories, in the hopes it will inspire young scientists to explore, measure and test ideas about the world around them.
At the Open Innovation 2.0 Conference in Amsterdam (KIT - Royal Tropical Institute), Marleen Stikker received the Open Innovation Luminary award 2016.
The bio artists Lilian van Daal and Roos Meerman, Cecilia Jonsson and Pei-Ying Lin were announced on 20 May as the winners of the Bio Art & Design Award 2016 (BAD Award).