On April 8th, the JRC will host a half-day workshop to discuss the potential of unconventional spaces such as Fab Labs for science and technology by other means. Presentations will be complemented by projects' demos, where attendees will be invited to engage in hands-on experiments on environmental and bio-oriented bottom-up innovations with origin in a Fab Lab space. Smart Citizen Lab participantsCredit: Waag Society (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0) The call by the European Commission President Juncker
The kick-off meeting of the Making Sense project was held on the 13th and 14th of January in Amsterdam, hosted by its coordinator, the Waag Society – Institute for art, science and technology. The EU Policy Lab is a partner in this Horizon 2020 project under the initiative "Collective Awareness Platforms for Sustainability and Social Innovation" (CAPS). What is the Making Sense project? Making Sense aims to develop participatory frameworks and tools for citizen-driven innovation.