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DIY MedTech Winterschool starting…

For the 2nd time we are starting with our Winterschool, at the Fablab in HSLU, Luzern, introducing DIY / DIWO methodologies to an interdisciplinary group of students from different engineering backgrounds. Team work, rapid prototyping, creative design tools and having fun is at the core of this module. For 6 days the students will learn […]

On Cheese-Making and Genetics – Walk-through presentation by dusjagr @ Vebikus Kunsthalle Schaffhausen

Last Sunday, Marc Dusseiller aka dusjagr, gave a presentation in Vebikus Kunsthalle Schaffhausen, as part of the exhibition “Wolken riechen – Hybride Positionen in der Kunst” curated by Leo-Bettina Roost and André Bless. As some kinda afternoon walk-through around objects and artefacts from the last 2 years of international projects by dusjagr the audience was […]

Join our new forum.hackteria.org – maillists are sooo 2009

We have installed the amazing discourse.org platform to have continous discussion within the Global Hackteria Network and related friends (thanks to Adrian Demleitner for supporting or server stuff). PLEASE JOIN NOW!!! We will soon shut down our old maillists and continue only on this forum. A new kitchen has been set-up for collaborative cooking and […]

Solitude Gathering August 2016

See details on the wiki

GOSH!2016 meets Arts@CERN

Finally it’s here! We are happy to have contributed as part of the organizing team to bring together such an amazing group of people! You can find much more info on the dedicated website: GOSH!2016 2. March, CERN Auditorium: Arts@CERN in collaboration with GOSH! 2016 presents… 17:15 Introduction 17:30 Tom Igoe, Associate Arts Professor, ITP, […]

Interface Landscapes – Class with dusjagr and Marko Peljhan, UCSB

Digital media toolbox for the environment, the arts and interface computing Find more info on the class description on the hackteria Wiki

The Art of BioHacking | HEAD – Semaine de tous les possibles – Okt 2015

26 – 30. October 2015 – HEAD / Geneva This course aims at students in the field of arst with a strong curiosity to go into interdisciplinary approaches, working with life itself as a medium, critical and participatory practices and of krosss the biological science and it’s subversive underground-counterpart termed “biohacking”. Besides this curiosity, the […]

HTGAA with GaudiLabs and many more friends of the hackteria network

HTGAA – How To Grow (almost) Anything The HTGAA is a part of the growing Academy of (almost) Anything, or the academany. HTGAA is a Synthetic Biology Program directed by George Church, professor of Genetics at Harvard medical school. Seems they invited fablabs from all over the world to join (and pay) for this first […]