"From Commons to NFTs" is an (expanded) writing series initiated by Shu Lea Cheang (KOP), Felix Stalder & Ewen Chardronnet (Makery). Every last day of the month during the next six months Makery will publish a new contribution of this "chain essays".
Published 12 March 2021
5 partners from 5 EU countries formed ART4MED, a consortium to experiment and disseminate collaborations between hands-on medical humanities and investigative art methodologies.
Published 6 January 2021
Dans le cadre de coopérations Erasmus+ l'association toulousaine Digijeunes et ses partenaires proposent en 2021 deux programmes de stages entièrement gratuits en Europe à destination des 14-25 ans.
Published 3 December 2020
Makers’ eXchange (MAX), a pilot program supported by the European Union, proposes grants towards makers in order to support online collaborations to happen during February 2021.
Published 15 September 2020
This year's YouFab Global Creative Awards 2020 offer a topical theme, new mix of judges and an opportunity for thoughtful, resourceful and unexpected projects to emerge.
Published 4 August 2020
Now launching on Kickstarter, a new book shows how forgotten energy patents of the past can propel us into the future by showcasing prototypes of overlooked inventions that are well worth revisiting.
Published 20 April 2020
On April 12, the Contemporary Culture Lab (C-LAB) in Taipei launched a series of DIY anti-virus workshops for all ages, the first of which focused on transforming a Micro:bit micro-computer into an infrared thermometer.
Published 15 April 2020
In partnership with Makery, Covid-Initiatives is launching a call for contributions in order to extend and improve the map and accurately and comprehensively document maker initiatives in Europe and worldwide.
Published 9 April 2020
In Tokyo, biohacker Shingo Hisakawa is converting his NinjaPCR open source thermal cycler into a real-time DNA amplifier, which could test for the coronavirus Covid-19.
Published 8 April 2020
MIT’s Project Magnus has designed a model for a complete face shield that can be cut out in one (foldable) piece from a single flat sheet.
Published 6 April 2020
Akiba and his Hackerfarm team have developed an open source system for sterilizing and decontaminating masks or other objects using ultraviolet germicidal irradiation (UVGI).
Published 10 March 2020
Designing an open-source DIY Coronavirus detection test! That's the mission the JOGL distributed research laboratory has decided to challenge.
Published 22 May 2019
The Prix Ars Electronica is the oldest award in the field of electronic, interactive art and computer animation and is being bestowed since 1987.
Published 2 May 2019
Entre 2017 et 2018, le Conseil Scientifique du Réseau Français des Fablabs a mené une enquête visant à produire un panorama des fablabs en France. Un livret blanc consultable.
Published 10 February 2019
The survey will be used to identify specifically which kinds of tools scientists would use if they could build them DIY-style at low cost. Then, of course, the goal is to build them.
Published 19 June 2018
The Croatian pavilion at the Venice Biennale exhibit a 57-square-meter pergola inspired by the formation of clouds. One of the most imposing structures to date 3D-printed by robots.
Published 5 June 2018
Microsoft has acquired GitHub for 7.5 billion dollars. The news has raised concerns within the community of open source developers.
Published 22 May 2018
What future for urban manufacturing? The report "Cities of Making" offers an insight into urban manufacturing in three European cities: Brussels, London and Rotterdam.
Published 3 April 2018
The US has decided: there will be no regulation on agricultural products from genome editing techniques. Thus making way for all kinds of genetic manipulations.
Published 27 March 2018
British researchers have developed a portable scanner, capable of detecting the magnetic field generated by the brain of people in motion.