Between the 3rd and the 7th of July CIFCYT (Latin-American Congress of Philosophy of Science and Technology) was held in Salamanca (Spain). With the main theme in this edition of “Scientific culture and Technological culture” more than 300 people attend to the event organized by the University of Salamanca.

Many researchers from different Latin-American countries participated in this congress in different areas related to philosophy. Raúl Tabarés from Tecnalia presented the paper titled “The technological culture in the maker movement”. In this contribution Raúl showed the potential of Makerspaces and DIY (Do It Yourself) philosophies to engage citizens with open technologies and how can innovation culture can be foster in society throughout the values of the maker culture. This approach is related with the axiological dimension of the Maker Movement and lies at the rationale of projects like OPENMAKER.