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EIT Digital Innovation Day 2016
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Van Mensvoort at EIT Digital Innovation Day

Join us tomorrow, November 24, during the Innovation Day of EIT Digital in Eindhoven, at the at High Tech Campus conference center. The agenda is full of inspirational talks, pitch presentations and exhibitions. Throughout the day the winner of the EIT Digital Challenge in the category Digital Wellbeing will be revealed, you can meet the finalists and see the outcome of EIT’s innovation activities. NNN director Koert van Mensvoort will be there to share his personal fascination for the deep impact of media and technology in the lives of people and society at large. Don’t miss his lecture at 10:00 am. More info: Innovation Day

Our NANO Supermarket will be present during the STW annual conference in Utrecht.
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NANO Supermarket at STW 2016

For the upcoming edition of the annual Technology Foundation STW conference, our NANO Supermarket will be there to reflect and debate on potential technological futures. The event will take place on Thursday, November 24th, at the Werkspoorkathedraal in Utrecht (The Netherlands). Besides our NANO Supermarket bus, there will be: a 3D-printing workshop to turn junk into jewelry, a demonstration of robot football by world champion Tech United Eindhoven and a robot for the audience to meet. Expect a day full of technological advancements! 

Bistro In Vitro Ice Cart
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Bistro In Vitro at NEMO Science Museum

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

Koert van Mensvoort presents his work in Rotterdam
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Koert van Mensvoort at Galerie Untitled

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!

Meat the Future Cube Design Museum
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Meat the Future Happy Deal: 2 for 1

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.

Next Nature Members can bring a guest for free until December 31, download the coupon here and join us!

Make sure to catch the NANO Supermarket indoor exhibition at van Nelle fabriek, Rotterdam
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NANO Supermarket Expo in Rotterdam

Our lustrous NANO Supermarket left the four wheels of the track to open a pop-up store exhibition. The shelves of the NANO Supermarket are stocked with nanotech products that could hit the market in the next ten years: medicinal softdrinks, interactive wall paint, programmable wine and more. Our debate provoking objects are pioneering, uncanny and disturbing. They function as scenarios for potential technological innovations, helping us to decide what future we actually want.

Since its opening, the NANO Supermarket has received over 75.000 visitors in various cities around the globe. Pictured above the latest indoor exhibition at Van Nelle Fabriek in Rotterdam.

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A report on the Empowered by Robots conference during DDW16, demonstrating fruitful collaboration between humans and robots.
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Empowered by Robots Event Report

A report on the Empowered by Robots conference during DDW16, demonstrating fruitful collaboration between humans and robots.

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We invite you to step inside our Next Nature Habitat during VR days Europe 2016, and experience what it means to live in Next Nature.
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Next Nature Habitat VR Launch

If the natural habitat of the polar bear is the Arctic and the natural habitat of the scorpion is the desert, then what about humans? What is our natural habitat? As a species, we need to discover what does it mean to live in a world where biology and technology are merging, and ask ourselves what exactly is natural in our environment. We invite you to step inside our Next Nature Habitat virtual reality experience during VR Days Europe 2016 and see what is like to live in a next nature.

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The Brave New World conference discusses what ethical and social impact new technologies could have on human life, before the innovations are introduced in society.
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Brave New World Conference in Leiden

How will the future impact human life? Will we fall in love with robots? How can we combine nature and architecture? Is technology part of human evolution? These are some of the questions that will be addressed during the Brave New World conference on November 2 and 3, 2016 in Leiden (The Netherlands). The events discusses what ethical and social impact new technologies could have on human life, before the innovations are introduced to society. Among the speakers: NNN director Koert van Mensvoort and our ambassadors Floris Kaayk and Rachel Armstrong.