From curious citizens to journalists, tech-geeks to scientists, designers to data wranglers, hundreds of people got together to show support for and encourage the adoption of open data policies by the world’s local, regional and national governments.
Campus, powered by Google, offers seven floors of flexible work spaces, free high speed internet and all the support you need to fuel your ideas. Campus hosts weekly mentoring programmes, speaker series, networking events and many more events, powered by the startup community.
Future London is a collaboration by WIRED and London First - a full-day event, celebrating Britain's capital as a world-leading, future-forward city. The event features an unparalleled programme of speakers and influential Londoners, renowned in their fields and at the forefront of change.
What’s being called the world’s first 3D printing photo booth is set to open for a limited time at the exhibition space EYE OF GYRE in Harajuku. From November 24 to January 14, 2013, people with reservations can go and have their portraits taken.
Founded in September 2008 by an eclectic group of London writers, artists and friends, amongst whom the philosopher Alain de Botton, "The School Of Life" offers night classes on a variety of topics with the unifying goal to satisfy its students’ hunger for a more meaningful life.
The National Maritime Museum in London commissioned United Visual Artists (UVA), to develop the installation High Arctic “to understand, visualize and gain insight on the steadily vanishing region”.
The Second London Citizen Cyberscience Summit, 16-18 February 2012, promises to be just as pioneering in its scope, and even more innovative in its format – ranging from classical academic seminar on the first day, through to full-fledged open hardware hackfest on the last.