Blizzard warning on the Termatière, a cooperative project for agricultural waste upcycling into 100% bio-sourced materials, with a decisively maker approach.
Published 13 October 2015 by Caroline Grellier
From maker to researcher, is there only one step? Caroline Grellier discussed the subject with the National institute for agronomical research (Inra) and Sup’Agro Montpellier.
Published 7 September 2015 by Caroline Grellier
Our maker in bio-sourced materials has not been idle this summer. La Termatière completed its funding, launched a market study, wrote its R&D program and recruited a partner.
Published 13 July 2015 by Caroline Grellier
June priority for La Termatière, the bio-sourced materials agency: hunting for euros! Contests, feasibility studies allowing me to check what my vine shoot has in its fibre.
Published 8 June 2015 by Caroline Grellier
Peanut shells, rice bran, cow pat and homemade moulds… Our material maker continues her inspiring immersion in Togo, at the bio-sourced local material lab.
Published 5 May 2015 by Caroline Grellier
For her agro-material design agency project La Termatière, Caroline Grellier went off to Togo to observe the activity of a research centre in local materials.
Published 6 April 2015 by Caroline Grellier
La Termatière, Caroline Grellier’s project of viticulture by-products development, must define its investments needs in order to progress from DIY to mass production.
Published 2 March 2015 by Caroline Grellier
A podium at the Paris Agricultural Show start-up contest and a meeting with scientists: the great leaps forward of Caroline Grellier's viticulture by-products upgrading project.
Published 2 February 2015 by Caroline Grellier
The designer Caroline Grellier keeps the diary of her project of viticulture by-products upgrading. Her Cooperative is now doubly incubated by Agro Valo Méditerranée and Alter’Incub.
Published 5 January 2015 by Caroline Grellier
Does a maker make a good innovator? Caroline Grellier, designer, chronicles her project “Cooperative for the upgrading of viticulture materials", incubated by Sup’Agro Montpellier.
Published 23 October 2019 by Ewen Chardronnet
The European network Distributed Design Market Platform met at Fablab Budapest to reflect on two years of collaboration and announce its new book “Design, Remix, Share, Repeat”.
Published 30 April 2018 by Raphaël Besson
The researcher Raphaël Besson investigates the Hive, a creative residence of thecamp in Aix-en-Provence (France), since September 2017. The time has come to present the prototypes of the first session.
Published 13 March 2018 by Raphaël Besson
Since its opening in September 2017, Raphaël Besson observes The Hive of thecamp, the international creativity residence of the innovation campus in Aix-en-Provence (France).
Published 16 January 2018 by Annick Rivoire
Having written for Makery the soundtrack of lab machines, Jean-Philippe Renoult composed “Make Sound, binaural Fablab Opera” for a prestigious art radio program.
Published 26 September 2017 by la rédaction
Lambert Heller deals with topics such as Open Science and Open Access. In this contribution, he presents ten global trends affecting informal science learning.