Electric cars are increasingly being developed to reduce environmental pollution and they are replacement for „classic cars“. A group of students at „Elementary School Klinčasela“ gave us their solution – they designed a car powered by wind.
You decided to watch a movie on TV during the afternoon break? But, several times during the movie, a block of commercials has appeared and that makes you impatient to know what will happened next in the movie, as soon as possible.
The problem of owners of pets not being responsible and allowing their pet to litter in gardens is not unknown. The children attempt to create a solution which addresses the problem of the convenience and ease of use of collecting dog litter efficiently.
One of the major problems in the world is the dispensing of plastics in the oceans. The students attempted to tackle this problem and reduce the plastic wastes from the ocean by capturing it and dumping it in an appropriate location for recycling.
The need that was addressed by children was one of the most common and day-to-day problems that pets face in the house. In a situation where the owners of the pet are not home, the pet does not receive fresh water to drink.
Acknowledging the universal involvement of businesses in tackling global sustainability problems, LUT University aimed to train entrepreneurial mindset and skills among students as well as to develop their creativity and design thinking duri
If you face a global pandemic, creativity is crucial. What do you do if all workshops are closed and you have to stay at home? During this time, Waag published new online instructablesevery week so the children could continue their creative explorations.
Students of the primary school ‘De Regenboog’ in Amsterdam have designed a new learning concept for the library of tomorrow. Amirah (9), Sierra (10) and Veronique (11) came up with the "Room of Science", a space where children can learn all about science.
Waag was hosting Fabschool workshop at Maakplaats021 in Amsterdam as part of DOIT. During these workshops the participating kids built their own robot: from trash to treasure! Throughout the weeks the kids explored which materials are thrown away in their neighbourhood.
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