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- We careMakeHealth Lab17-05-2019Thames & Hudson has published the book Futurekind, with a chapter about our project MakeHealth.
- We codeCommons Lab10-05-2019Can games help us achieve a more social and collaborative society? In our Common play with us series, we aim to learn all about games.
- We makeOpen Wetlab19-04-2019Waag is pleased to announce Antti Tenetz as the recipient of the Supre:organism residency as part of our AI Lab.
- We codeFuture Internet Lab19-04-2019Two pilots are being developed and tested in the Netherlands that make use of 'attribute-based credentials'. What are these?
- We makeTextileLab01-04-2019Laura Muth tells about her current research into different kinds of leather during her internship at our TextileLab.
Next events at the Waag:
- 06JunWe learnCreative Learning Lab25-04-2019If toys start speaking back: what role do we want artificial intelligence (AI) to play in the education of our children?
- 13JunWe makeOpen Wetlab24-04-2019On 16 May we will be fermenting food in a workshop: a simple, healthy and energy-efficient technique of food preservation.
- 18OctWe learnMaker Education Lab26-09-2018Teacher Maker Camp: an inspiring, technical, creative, fun and challenging training for Dutch teachers! A two-day course at our Fablab at the…
Recent publications by Waag:
- WaagInterface01-04-2019Twenty-five years since the rise of the internet, we find ourselves again at a crossroads, states our Public Research agenda for 2019.
- WaagInterface15-02-2019The Waag annual report for 2018 has been published. It contains an overview of the 2018 highlights and our new and current projects in the year.
- We learnMaker Education Lab29-09-2018During the first FabLearn conference in the Netherlands six research papers were published on maker education.