Projects

This overview shows our current projects. For older projects that have been completed, visit our project archive.

  • code
    Future Internet Lab
    Together with INFO, TU Delft (Cities of Things Lab), Waag dives into the design process of an open source service and a commercial service.
  • waag
    Interface
    Waag is embarking on an expedition to planet B in order to design and create a desired future that is open, fair and inclusive. Join us!
  • make
    Open Wetlab
    The STARTS Prize is an annual recognition of two innovative projects at the interface of science, technology and art.
  • life
    Smart Citizens Lab
    This project examines the conditions for building a future smart city. It focuses on what data is collected and how it is used to address urban…
  • life
    Smart Citizens Lab
    The aim of Tipping the Balance is to investigate which factors and strategies play a role in encouraging citizens to make healthier food choices.
  • code
    Future Internet Lab
    Waag works together with Leiden University to create a Code for children's rights, creating a safer digital environment for children.
  • make
    Open Wetlab
    Art4Med builds towards stable relationships between artists and medical researchers, incorporating open science and technology.
  • learn
    Maker Education Lab
    Transforming schools into community partnerships. Maker education and citizen science function as a transformative approach for Open Schooling.
  • learn
    Maker Education Lab
    Montessori Lyceum Amsterdam and Waag are innovating textile education by developing a learning line in textiles for students on the VMBO level.
  • learn
    Future Heritage Lab
    Nine cities, including Amsterdam, are working together to develop inclusive and sustainable Fab City Hubs at industrial heritage sites.
  • make
    TextileLab
    Culture.Fashion is an open, value-driven network of people and organisations who want to work together on a future-proof fashion sector in the…
  • make
    Open Wetlab
    Addressing ecological challenges by blurring the lines between biology and technology: together with artists, we are working on Smart Hybrid Forms.