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REPLA Micro-Factory enters Phase 2 of the DigiCirc Circular Cities accelerator program


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We are proud to announce that our REPLA MIcro-Factory project, the art-driven innovation start-up project that spun out of the Reboot&Reuse program, has entered the second phase of the European DigiCirc accelerator program for circular cities. For 6 months, we can make use of their trajectory and coaching to make this project investor ready. Transition

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Data Donor Register Workshop at MozFest


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MozFest is ‘a unique hybrid: part art, tech and society convening, part maker festival, and the premiere gathering for activists in diverse global movements fighting for a more humane digital world.’ A perfect stage to test and elaborate with a community on our Data Donor Register project The Data Donor Register (DaDoR) is being developed

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Better Factory update: Expression of Interest currently open


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Until March 18th, the Expression of Interest for the Better Factory project is open. Better Factory is a European Horizon 2020 research and innovation project that aims to enhance the innovation capacity of the European manufacturing landscape  and bring it to the forefront of digital transformation. European Manufacturing SMEs, Artists, and Technology suppliers are invited to engage in a set

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Sensing CO2- a new collaboration with Leanne Wijnsma


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The project ‘Sensing CO2’ provides room for experimentation, to start a new body of work by Leanne Wijnsma, that will tap into human senses. Scientists continuously warn against the destructive impact of increasing carbon dioxide (CO2) levels. Yet, the rising numbers and their impact are hard to grasp as the change is continuous. To become

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Data Donation Register


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During the Dutch Design Week 2020, Oct 17-25, the project Prosthetic X  presents the first three proof-of-concepts of the prosthetics and the Data Donation Register. Since Prosthetic X envision an ‘artificial data organ’, consisting of interactive prosthetics that use sensitive data for communication and preventive health monitoring, it should be designed for privacy. Therefore, in parallel,

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