Make sure to check out the new website of fashion designer specialized in wearable technology and NNN fellow Pauline van Dongen. Besides her interesting work and vision, the website now offers insights into how her studio operates and how she continuously reflects on marrying technology with fashion. Without spoilering too much about the experience, do keep in mind van Dongen is not afraid of programming pixels. Find more at paulinevandongen.nl
This week you can get a taste of Bistro In Vitro Ice Cream at NEMO Science Museum in Amsterdam. Our ice cart will be there to serve six thrilling flavors: meat fruit, polar bear, bacon, ice queen, dragon and chocopanda. While savoring the ice cream, you can listen to NNN director Koert van Mensvoort tackling meat production and consumption and the possibilities of cultured meat. Keeping in mind our planet accelerates towards nine billion inhabitants, we should explore which future we actually want.
Join us on Tuesday, November 22nd, from 15.30 to 19:00 at NEMO Science Museum and attend the lecture at 16:30.
Image: Bistro In Vitro Ice Cart at Vondelpark by Nichon Glerum
For most Swedes today sustainability is a way of life. They eat, buy, work and travel with the environment in mind, from their shopping carts filled with fair trade products to the yearly carbon emissions reduced by 23% since 1990. In line with this conscious consumer mindset, the Swedish government proposed two economic changes; both ment to shift from a throwaway culture to an economy built on long-lasting and repairable goods.
What to do this Sunday afternoon? If you are in Rotterdam we suggest you a visit to Galerie Untitled. NNN director Koert van Mensvoort will be there, together with musician Gery Mendes, for an afternoon-filling program during the exhibition The Sound of Silence. The expo presents photographs, clippings and drawings from Zaida Oenema and Lenny Oosterwijk, artists who take nature as their source of inspiration. The event takes place on Sunday, November 20th, from 15:00 to 17:00. Reserve your tickets!
In the last week a lot of people were baffled with the election results in the US and this prompted a myriad of experts proposing their theories to explain it. Some argue that the responsible was the echo chamber effect of social media, others say that the polls were misleading and others blame the mass media. But what if the cause was in our evolution, hidden deep in our genes and digging up our tribal instincts?
Hello meat eaters, hello vegetarians. Welcome to Meat the Future, our exhibition to presents a possible and controversial alternative to meat production: in vitro meat. Installed at Cube Design Museum in Kerkrade (The Netherlands) as a restaurant for trailblazers, world changers and nature lovers. We invite you to visit it to experience 30 cultured meat dishes that could end up on our plates.
At first growing human ears on apples may sound like the crazy eccentricity of a scientist with too much free time on his hands. But the work of professor Andrew Pelling has a valid justification and a goal: a low-cost, globally accessible biomaterial with which we might reconstruct our falling-apart bodies: skin, bones, veins, organs and so on.
In today’s rapidly moving society, even the biggest bibliophiles have problems finding the time to sit down with a good book. Though we never stop reading. Tons of digital letters cross our eyes daily, from email to Twitter feed. So, why are kids still learning to read from a book? Amazon is reinventing the children’s book in the form of an educational reading app called Rapids.