This is our summer guide to holiday camps for coders, tinkerers, biohackers… Travel through our map featuring 16 points of interest, from Denmark to Sicily.
Published 20 June 2017 by Cherise Fong
In Yokohama on August 31 and September 1, an artificial intelligence tournament invites contestants to develop manipulative impostor bots.
Published 20 June 2017
Chinese scientists have just established a record distance for quantum teleportation, 1,200km apart. A step further for data protection.
Published 19 June 2017 by David Rochelet
Less than a quarter of the population in Cameroon has access to internet. EduAir is developing a solution to distribute digital content for education.
Published 13 June 2017 by la rédaction
Cracked Labs, an independent Austrian institute, published a vast enquiry on digital data trading. An enlightening picture.
Published 13 June 2017 by Cherise Fong
The movement is picking up speed, from San Francisco to Abu Dhabi, from Nestlé to Ikea, from governments to communities. In Japan, the tiny village of Kamikatsu, is leading the way toward zero waste.
Published 12 June 2017 by Jean-Philippe Renoult
At Arts Codés, Jean-Philippe Renoult plays with “the egg”, the glass melting furnace of this Parisian cooperative workspace in his binaural column. Headphones recommended!
Published 6 June 2017 by Victor Didelot
Nearly the end of the school year. You want to become a DIY organizer for the summer parties? We found the tutorial you need.
Published 6 June 2017 by la rédaction
This spring, the Futurefarmers collective sailed from Belgium to Spain. Reflections on part two of their tour of Europe in pursuit of the forgotten origins of our wheat grain.
Published 2 June 2017 by Yann Paulmier
In France’s deindustrialized areas, could fablabs be useful for social cohesion and returning to work? There are leads, says Yann Paulmier, cofounder of La Machinerie.
Published 30 May 2017
Early May, NASA launched a call for projects to create the future fablab of the International Space Station and develop digital fabrication in orbit.
Published 30 May 2017 by Ewen Chardronnet
The “Pink Chicken Project” wants to turn all the chickens on the planet fluorescent pink using CRISPR genetic engineering. Yes, it’s a provocation.
Published 30 May 2017 by Victor Didelot
Heat waves are back again. Before you become liquefied, quick, one last effort to make a soda fountain.
Published 30 May 2017 by Cherise Fong
From 3D reproduction to laser-cut models, heritage sites around the world are getting a makeover thanks to digital innovations.
Published 23 May 2017
After launching the Bio Academy and the Textile Academy, the Fab Academy is considering expanding its programs to design and storytelling.
Published 23 May 2017 by Victor Didelot
You can’t miss them… On every street corner, in shops and schools, fidget spinners are everywhere! Makery offers you this DIY tutorial for under 2€.