On April 28 will be held in Toulouse (south-western France) the first NanoCar Race. Four international teams will “drive” molecular machines on a nano-sized racetrack.
Published 18 April 2017 by la rédaction
The artist-researcher Benjamin Pothier joined a geological and glaciological expedition in the Chilean desert, in conditions analogous to Mars. First part of his logbook for Makery.
Published 18 April 2017 by Caroline Grellier
One foot in France and the other in Africa, our material maker found the balance for her business of upcycling projects for local resources, Termatière.
Published 11 April 2017 by Cherise Fong
A wall calendar made of intelligent paper that displays the latest updates from your smartphone is the idea underlying designer Kosho Tsuboi’s “Magic Calendar”.
Published 10 April 2017 by Nicolas Barrial
Driverless buses, cars that park themselves... If the autonomous vehicle is already on the streets, hackers are waiting in ambush to denounce its security flaws.
Published 7 April 2017
Researchers from the University of California presented a rubber-like material that is stretchable and transparent, conducts ions and can heal itself to regain all its fantastic properties.
Published 7 April 2017 by Elsa Ferreira
“Designer Maker User”, the exhibition of the new Design Museum, tells the story of manufactured production, from the pre-industrial era to the era of digital crafts.
Published 5 April 2017
A research published by U.S. scientific journal «Nature» describes how CNRS developed the first physical model of an artificial synapse.
Published 4 April 2017 by Carine Claude
Fabmanagers, entrepreneur makers, administrators... Makery wanted to know more about the job situation in the labs by surveying the maker community, in France and abroad.
Published 4 April 2017 by Victor Didelot
Who hasn’t dreamed of having a cyborg-like augmented arm or hand? This tutorial shows you how to do it yourself. But not just any cyborg… a cardboard cyborg that won’t cost you an arm and a hand.
Published 4 April 2017 by Ewen Chardronnet
The incredible story of The Odin’s CRISPR-Cas9 gene-editing kit, which travels across the Atlantic and sets off the first legal-sanitary counter-attacks.
Published 4 April 2017 by la rédaction
Will virtual reality be the attraction of the future? Over the past few months, a flurry of VR spaces have each played their card. From Tokyo to Paris, our feedback.
Published 3 April 2017
The e-commerce giant Alibaba signed agreements to collaborate with Australian and New Zealand companies to launch pilot frameworks based on blockchain.
Published 3 April 2017
An internet user on the other side of the world can remotely pilot objects of So Kanno and Yamaguchi Takahiro's "Avatars" installation, presented at Ycam, the arts and media center in Japan.
Published 31 March 2017 by la rédaction
The Gosh community gathered on March 22-25 in Santiago, Chile. Report from Freyja van den Boom, a researcher and supporter of Open Knowledge International.
Published 31 March 2017 by Elsa Ferreira
How is the maker scene doing in the largest city of the European Union? Makery made the rounds of the digital fabrication spaces, less fablabs than makerspaces.
Published 28 March 2017 by Benjamin Cadon
Benjamin Cadon (Labomedia) attended the Internet Freedom Festival, an international convergence of hacktivist struggles in Valencia, Spain, on March 6-10. Report.
Published 28 March 2017
Preview of the winning prototypes of the Haptic Design Award exhibited at FabCafe Tokyo. When every object has a palpable soul...
Published 28 March 2017 by Laurent Catala
Interview with José García Huidobro, founder of Fab Lab Buenos Aires. His views on the fablabs' ecosystem in Latin America.
Published 27 March 2017 by Victor Didelot
Spring is in the air, we are keen to go trekking again. To set off lightly, learn to DIY a pocket camping stove from two aluminum cans.