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Chantal Colas

Responsable du COdeMAKER à l’AVRUL (Agence de Valorisation de la Recherche Universitaire du Limousin) in limoges

COdeMAKER

PRESENTED ON OCT 15, 2015
IN LIMOGES @ VOL 12

Le centre de co-conception COdeMAKER, porté par la Fondation partenariale de l’université de Limoges, la Région Limousin, et Limoges Métropole, constitue une passerelle privilégiée entre le monde de l’enseignement et le monde économique. Situé à la technopole Ester de Limoges, COdeMAKER cherche à développer la mise en relation des étudiants avec des entreprises, les savoir-faire et savoir-être des étudiants et la coopération transdisciplinaire, tout cela au service des projets et de l’innovation.

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Co-working in Sevilla

BY WORKINCOMPANY
@ VOL 12 ON APR 12, 2012

Working from home in your pajamas without seeing anyone is a reality for many freelancers, and WorkInCompany wants to offer these people something different. This presentation covers the idea of sharing an office with others -- or "co-working" -- in Sevilla. (in Spanish)

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Community, Collaboration and Design

BY ERIC STARK
@ VOL 14 ON MAR 21, 2013

Eric Stark goes into depth on a selection of community-oriented student projects worked on in the past 6 years of the University of Maine's Architecure program.

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Clandestino Co. \ When Co-Workers Become Your Accomplices

BY ESTELA DUHART
@ VOL 1 ON MAY 14, 2015

Estela Duhart shows us what it looks like when a group of co-workers undertake an interactive sculpture project. Exploring the power of sound and color, the group used many layers of thermochromic paint and arduino boards to complete their sculpture in only one week. Originally from Mexico City, Estela explores how passion, trust, and collaboration makes coming to the office more intriguing and inspiring. 

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Passive House Nursery Project

BY FRASER LOVIE
@ VOL 15 ON MAY 24, 2016

Fraser Lovie from the University of Aberdeen talks through the process for designing the new passive house nursery.

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Departures in Innovation: The Power of And

BY JODY TURNER
@ VOL 20 ON AUG 02, 2016

Presenting and working globally has brought opportunities to engage in innovation processes across industry. In a few slies Jody Turner will share a bit of this journey with the hope it may inspire other in their inoovation endeavors, inside or outside of companies.

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Collaboration and Food Innovation

BY FRANCESCO CINGOLANI
@ VOL 29 ON DEC 06, 2016

Francesco Cingolani, co-founder of Volumes Coworking, speaks about the concept and approach of Volumes to facilitate short and longer term developments in the field of food innovation from a foundation of exchange and collaboration.

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Common Sense Innovation

BY TYLER BRUMMER
@ VOL 32 ON SEP 26, 2017

Tyler Brummer spent 10 years as an academic ecologist but was itching to have more impact. He co-founded WeVisit, a company that is designed to create meaningful jobs for young people, give older people a greater sense of purpose and help families stay connected. At WeVisit, they use technology to create human connections to improve community health, education and well-being.

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UW Madison : Did You Know...

BY MELISSA SIMON
@ VOL 25 ON FEB 15, 2018

University of Wisconsin Madison has been innovating since its founding in 1848. We are your state university, and from the earliest days of our shared history, UW Madison has madie it our mission to benefit all citizens of the Badger state. Our campus might get cold in the winter, but it's still a hotbed for creative and innovative activity year-round. This presentation gives you a glimpse of some of those happpenings across campus and how your university is impacting the community, the state and the world.

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The Art of Collaboration (or How to Not Freak Out When You Change Another Artist’s Work)

BY KATE SANTUCCI
@ VOL 35 ON MAY 09, 2018

Kate Huser Santucci and Amy Kollar Anderson are both living and making art in Dayton.  Between them, they have figured out how to use found bones and glitter on the same piece of work, and remain friends! For them, collaboration is not just a buzzword, but has become a way of thinking about creativity, friendship, and a new way of working.