Exactly one hundred years after his death in 1916, Japan’s most famous Meiji-era author, Natsume Soseki, was both commemorated and revived at a Tokyo University in the form of an android.
Published 6 December 2016
Open Gov Summit: French organizations promoting civil and digital liberties criticize France's flawed expression of open democracy.
Published 29 November 2016
Agricool recycles containers into organic strawberry tanks in town. And it works: the start-up has just raised €4 million.
Published 21 November 2016
Designer Isis Shiffer won the James Dyson Award for her EcoHelmet, a paper folding helmet designed with a honeycomb structure giving its strength.
Published 1 November 2016
Sprint session of ironic prototyping at the first French stupid hackathon organized by the Stereolux Arts and Technologies Laboratory in Nantes on October 29.
Published 20 October 2016
To reconstitute his lost memories, Colombian artist Fito Segrera created an installation that tinkers with your memories using an Open BCI (brain-computer interface) headset.
Published 4 October 2016
French committed citizens create a solidarity app for the roofless, “Besoin d’un toi”. Activation this month.
Published 4 October 2016
The two Arduinos become one. The cofounders have finally buried the hatchet and announced the creation of Arduino Holding at the end of 2016.
Published 27 September 2016
In order to create Fabcity dataviz tools, Makery and Plateforme C participate in the Visualizar’16 Open Cities workshop at Medialab Prado in Madrid, from September 26 to October 5.
Published 20 September 2016
The European Investment Bank (EIB) has signed a €15m loan agreement with Ultimaker for its R&D and its educ “Pioneer program”.
Published 30 August 2016
The science sociologist who made the first life-size 3D model of a clitoris looks back on the summer buzz for Makery.
Published 21 July 2016
For the first time, not just a city but an entire country is a candidate to host the FAB14 conference in 2018.
Published 18 July 2016
More than 2,300km on the odometer and 30 labs visited in a month. The riders of the Fab Bike Tour pursue their European labs visits on bicycle.
Published 5 July 2016
The French National Institute for computer science and applied mathematics (Inria) puts online Software Heritage, a platform that archives free software and calls for contribution.
Published 28 June 2016
The first Starts, European prize rewarding the role of art in innovation, were presented on Thursday, June 23.
Published 7 June 2016
Developers, users and DIYers of the Open Science Hardware network GOSH published a manifesto for an “open science equipment on a global scale”.
Published 31 May 2016
The artist and researcher Golan Levin launches Terrapattern, an open source research platform by patterns in satellite images.