In a new vpro YouTube-series called Zelfgemaakt (Homemade), Pieter van Boheemen explains every week how to make something.
Maker Education has the future, says Remco Pijpers (of Mijn Kind Online) in an opinion article about maker education.
For the Urban Pulse project, Waag Society made an animation video. Urban Pulse is one of the kickstart projects of AMS to build strategies for energy, water, food, and natural resources in the city.
The Internet Society Netherlands (ISOC.nl) has announced the winners and runners-up of the Internet Innovation Award, which recognises the most innovative projects on the Internet over the past year.
Project FIT: creating an appropriate support system for people with dementia, so they can remain longer in their own homes.
On Firday 11 December 2015, the first national work conference of the Platform Maker Education took place at MakerSchool X11 in Utrecht.
In this edition of the BioHack Academy we again bring together biohackers, from different countries and many disciplines, with the one common goal of hacking biological processes.
Maker education is the focus of the January edition of the Dutch magazine for educational professionals, Prima.
Fairphone has created a special set of wooden, 3D printed accessoires for its latest model, Fairphone 2, that are printed at a facility in your own neigborhood.
At the start of a new year it's a good practice to look ahead: what will 2016 bring us?
To end the year 2015, we again have made a selection of 20 images that cover the 158 events that we organized in the past year, or that we contributed to in some way.
Marleen Stikker participated in the Dutch Nationale Wetenschapsquiz 2015 (national science quiz), in the (winning!) team of 'inventors'.
Hanke Nijman studied our project Smart Citizen Kit and graduated cum laude. She translated her conclusions in six lessons when setting up smart city projects.
The Amsterdam University Press has published the book EU@Amsterdam, which contains an article by Frank Kresin (Research director Waag Society) titled (translation) "Smart cities foster their smart citizens".
Future and Emerging Technologies (FET) push the boundaries of human knowledge. Unconventional ways of thinking and creativity open novel and visionary fields of research that radically shift.
Labs are becoming smaller and smaller. So small even, that they will soon fit in your smartphone. We organised a hackathon on digital microfluidics.