GALLERY OF CODE

We are a multi-disciplinary research and development laboratory which combines creative artistic, scientific and technological approaches in solving local challenges.

IMPACT

Viable solutions developed will improve the well-being of communities

INNOVATION

Using cutting-edge methods and technologies, with advanced know-how of international partners.

TECHNOLOGY

We believe technology is a tool and an enabler to improving lives.

About

Gallery of Code is set-up as a multi-disciplinary research and development laboratory which combines creative artistic, scientific and technological approaches in solving local challenges thereby fostering innovation and creativity in Africa. It is a partnership with Ars Electronica FutureLab an Austrian based Arts, Science and technology institute.

News and Events

Abuja based organization launches new research and innovation facility

Abuja, Nigeria | Thursday, May 3, 2018: The future never looked brighter. “Gallery of Code”, a new Nigerian R & D lab was co-launched earlier this week in partnership with Ars Electronica, an Austrian scientific and artistic institute that is … Read More

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The Opening and Launch

Ekponimo and other guests were on hand yesterday for the official opening of Gallery of Code which included the Austrian Ambassador to Nigeria, represented by Mrs Karin Pregler, Consul General at the Austrian Embassy, Mr Ife Adebayo, S.A to the … Read More

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Our Partners

About our Partner - Ars Electronica

Ars Electronica is global research and innovation institute that produce and create breakthrough technological or artistic creations ranging from Artificial Intelligence, Media Arts, Robotics, Bio-Engineering etc. Visit www.aec.at for details .

Projects & Programs

Worklearn®

WorkLearn® is a 3 month technical expertise and technology capacity development program aimed at equipping students who are on industrial apprenticeship attachment of tertiary institutions and recent graduates with technical and entrepreneurial expertise to improve their employability and empowering them for sustainable livelihoods. On concluding the WorkLearn program participants will jointly develop a new invention, project or solution with experts from our foreign partner institutions in the Lab and go on residencies at laboratories of partner institutions. Viable projects are connected to partners for access to capital and finance to scale the inventions or projects.

Live:Paper ®

Live:Paper® is a program designed to bring to life research work and innovative projects developed in tertiary institutions and Universities. Outstanding Msc and Undergraduate final projects/papers are recommended by a jury of University Professors and the initiators of these project gain residencies to jointly develop them into working prototypes or solutions at the lab together with visiting scientists from our pool of institutions.