During his European tour of social and solidarity initiatives, Thomas Tichadou (We Can Be Heroes) met Dávid Pap, founder of Fablab Budapest.
Published 20 March 2018 by Cherise Fong
Since 2012, Counter Culture Labs, the grassroots biohacklab in the East Bay of San Francisco, has been promoting open citizen science. A couple years ago, it also began cultivating mushroooms…
Published 19 December 2017 by Elsa Ferreira
In 2011, the Music Hackspace was a group of noisy hackers getting together in a café. Six years later, the collective moved into a prestigious cultural institution in London.
Published 5 December 2017 by Elsa Ferreira
In London, the Green Lab has been exploring agritech and urban agriculture for six months. We took part in an aquaponics workshop to meet them.
Published 30 October 2017 by Cherise Fong
Niched on the third floor of a shopping mall in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia’s first FabCafe opened just over a year ago.
Published 19 September 2017 by Caroline Grellier
Léonce Atanley is multiplying Micro P Lab projects from his student room in Ghana. Interview with an advocate of 3D printing for Africa.
Published 12 September 2017 by Carine Claude
With a head full of educational projects, the founder of the two Indian makerspaces Maker’s Asylum is travelling the world to spread the word. Meeting.
Published 7 September 2017 by la rédaction
The annual conference of MIT-approved fablabs was held in Chile from July 31 to August 6. Constance Garnier, an expert on the French scene, reports back from Santiago.
Published 27 June 2017 by Annick Rivoire
The media darling and cofounder of La Paillasse biohacklab in Paris has resigned, now replaced by Hacene Lahreche. For French fablabs, this change marks the end of the “sandbox” era.
Published 27 June 2017 by Caroline Grellier
Visiting the coders of Ayiyikoh in Abidjan, who have been defending open source since 2014 for the autonomy of economics in Africa. The fablab is training the young in code and entrepreneurship.
Published 25 April 2017 by Adrien Malguy
Taiwan is renovating its military-industrial heritage. The ex-military base of Treasure Hill was turned into an artistic village where the OpenLab Taipei is blossoming.
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 14 February 2017 by Cherise Fong
Opened six months ago within the avant-garde ArtScience Museum in Singapore’s newest commercial and tourist district, the FabCafe is the latest addition to the global network born in Tokyo in 2012.
Published 6 February 2017 by Cherise Fong
Anupama Gowda and Pavan Kumar, encountered at the FAB12 international fablab conference in Shenzhen, created the first fablab in Bangalore, India, under a metro station. For Makery, Anupama Gowda tells its story.
Published 31 January 2017 by Laurent Catala
It’s summertime in Buenos Aires, not the best time to discover the growing network of Argentinian fablabs. While waiting for FAB13, the fabconf in Santiago de Chile in July, visit of El Reactor.
Published 6 December 2016 by Cherise Fong
Fablab Setagaya, the 18th and newest addition to the Fablab Japan network, is officially open since November 1, 2016 in a micro village of arts and crafts in the southwest of Tokyo.
Published 1 August 2016 by Cherise Fong
Laser-cut seaweed, drugged flies as miniature models of patients suffering from Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease… D-lab innovates in both education and design.
Published 19 July 2016 by Manon Walquan
In Tübingen, the fablab concerns itself with social integration of migrants and takes part in the Freifunk project for free access to the Internet. Guided tour.
Published 27 June 2016 by Cherise Fong
We ventured into Yamamoto Lab at Nagasaki University, pioneer of the biomimetic fish robots. Professor Ikuo Yamamoto’s marine-inspired mechatronics have won awards. And set records.