Blog

  • We code
    Future Internet Lab
    12-10-2018
    In Buitenveldert (Amsterdam) neighbours went out on the street and walked around their neighbourhood with the assistance of an app.
  • We learn
    Maker Education Lab
    08-10-2018
    This blog by Rolf Hut is based on his keynote presentation at the FabLearn conference in Eindhoven on September 28th 2018.
  • We code
    Future Internet Lab
    02-10-2018
    What about the various citizens' initiatives to measure air quality in the Netherlands? Stefano Bocconi attended a recent meeting of the RIVM.
  • We code
    Commons Lab
    01-10-2018
    Marleen Stikker was one of the guests at the Future of Trust Summit 2018. Elisa Achterberg wrote a report about this gathering.
  • We care
    Creative Care Lab
    01-10-2018
    Zeven exhibits curated and supported by Waag at the exhibition 'Chronic Health' at the Dutch Design Week 2018.
  • We learn
    Maker Education Lab
    07-09-2018
    The personal highlights of Karien Vermeulen at the FabLearn education conference in Eindhoven on 28 September. With international speakers,…
  • We learn
    Future Heritage Lab
    06-09-2018
    We interviewed Marianna van der Zwaag, project leader at the Oude Kerk ('Old Church') in Amsterdam and involved in the project Mixed Reality @ Oude…
  • We learn
    Maker Education Lab
    29-08-2018
    We interviewed Karien Vermeulen about the importance of maker education and learning by making. It connects children's creativity with technology in…
  • Waag
    Interface
    20-08-2018
    We played Mind the Gap - a role-play game, designed as a structure for dialogues which examine the gender gap.
  • Waag
    Interface
    18-08-2018
    Kuang-Yi Ku is a Taiwanese practising dentist, bio-artist, social designer and co-founder of TW BioArt. In 2018, he is working as artist in residence…
  • We learn
    Creative Learning Lab
    16-08-2018
    Henk from Waag tells why we need more hackers and people with the hacker attitude. Teaching this to kids is a good start, he explains.
  • We code
    Future Internet Lab
    09-08-2018
    The last years have seen a growing number of DIY policing-apps assisting citizens in solving crimes themselves. Is this a good development?