Archive for the ‘ Science ’ Category

RepRap

RepRap is an open-source 3D printer that can replicate itself, an idea keen to John von Neumann.

Bio-hacking

BeOpenLab, inspired by New York City’s Community Biolab (genspace), is Geneva’s first open-source biohacking lab ; The Bioscope in Geneva is a new form of university laboratory open to all citizens, part of the Hackteria community platform ; in Lausanne (Renens), the Hackuarium is part of UniverCité.

Musée d’Ethnographie de Genève

Inauguration next week-end of the new museum of ethnography of Geneva.

Guerre des étoiles

L’artiste et scientifique Frank Malina a fondé le Leonardo Journal à Paris en 1968, en hommage à Léonard de Vinci.

La science pour qui ?

Scientific research being funded in Europe mostly with public money,
every citizen has the right to know and to ask where their subsidies
are going, and what they are being used for – c’est le sujet de cet ouvrage.

How to use a library

An army of librarians has united to offer answers to any university-level scholarly question, via their online form.

Killer robots

Les robots-tueurs ne sont plus une fiction… dixit l’Observatoire des armements à Lyon.

EspacesTemps

Revue interdisciplinaire de sciences sociales fondée par le Prof. Jacques Lévy, spécialiste de géographie politique.

As we may think

In 1945, after the war, Dr. Vannevar Bush published «As we may think» in the Atlantic monthly, calling all scientists to concentrate their efforts on pacific instruments and the dissemination of knowledge.

Groupe µ

Groupe de recherche belge en sémiotique visuelle : le Groupe µ.