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25-03-2016

Two of the artists who will join the next Hack the Brain event (in June), will be Karen Lancel and Hermen Maat with their performance/installation E.E.G. KISS.

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25-03-2016

Early April 2016, a temporary, freely accessible campus will be built at the head of Amsterdam’s Java Island in the city’s Eastern Harbour District. Waag Society will be present with activities of our Amsterdam Smart Citizens Lab.

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25-03-2016

The collaboration between the artists and scientists in the FEAT project take the form of a nine month artist-in-residence programme.

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21-03-2016

Seven students from three different educational programmes of the ROC of Amsterdam collaborated in the project Crossover Experience at Fablab Amsterdam.

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15-03-2016

What can a large industrial multinational learn from a Fablab, that makes new digital technologies accessible for the public? Saint-Gobain came to the Waag last year, to experiment with other ways of thinking, working and making.

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15-03-2016

The 3Package Deal is a collaboration between AFK and Bureau Broedplaatsen (BBp), in which international top talents from diverse art disciplines receive an annual development budget for a work and living space.

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08-03-2016

Our crowdsource mapping project Amsterdam RealTime from 2002 is part of the exhibition 'Made in Amsterdam' in het Amsterdam Museum.

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01-03-2016

After a year full of meet-ups, building sensors and measuring environments, we're ready to share our experiences in a new publication about the impact of the 'smart' citizen. In the Amsterdam Smart Citizen Lab, we investigated how you can map your world with data.

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01-03-2016

Hacking Habitat is a large-scale, international exhibition on the cutting edge of art, technology and social change in the former prison at Utrecht Wolvenplein, Netherlands.

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19-02-2016

Everyone can participate in an online initiative to connect 5.000 old maps of Amsterdam to their geographical coordinates.

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16-02-2016

In 2015, we organized the first Teacher Maker Camp at the Waag's Fablab. We have now published a cookbook, with 10 recipes for teachers. Already almost 50.000 downloads!

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15-02-2016

A main article in the Dutch newspaper Volkskrant (special magazine 'Sir Edmund') features a recent development in bio technology: the reprogramming of dna with the CRISPR/Cas technique.

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12-02-2016

Commissioned by the Dutch Rijkswaterstaat (RWS), Waag Society has conducted a short research into the information need about air quality.

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12-02-2016

The new website of the Dutch Platform Maker Education is now live: makereducation.nl!

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11-02-2016

European countries are going to join forces to combat antimicrobial resistance in health care and veterinary sector.

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09-02-2016

In Singapore, an experiment has started to measure air pollution by analyzing photos with artificial intelligence.

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