Places for Change & Transformation2020 was a global experiment that profoundly altered human activity patterns. When public facilitie...
She will be delivering her award talk on August 20th at 8am EDT.
Data-driven Humanitarian Mapping: Harnessing Human-Machine Intelligence for High-Stake Public Policy and Resiliency Planning, KDD 2021 | ...
Social Change through Community Innovation: Feminist and Participatory Design Approaches to Organizing Inclusive, Equitable, and Joyful Hack
Foundations of Cognitive, Affective, and Communicative Systems for Neurodiverse Individuals
Scalable Methods for In Situ Genomics
‘Shells’ and ‘Stages’ for Actuated TUIs: Reconfiguring and Orchestrating Dynamic Physical Interaction
Fluid Music: A New Model for Radically Collaborative Music Production
Too often, people wait for anxiety and depression to become severe before seeking diagnosis and treatment, making the disorders more diff...
EmTech EUROPE 2021 – Forging a Brighter FutureHosted by MIT Technology Review"MIT Technology Review is bringing its globally renowned EmT...
Media Lab Summer Camp in Japan「将来、MITで学びたい・教えたい？ 世界を舞台にコラボしたい？」メディアラボでは、この夏、業界を超えたコラボレーションを通して社会課題に取り組んだ活動や経験を中高生達に共有するセッションを開催します。セッション...
The second workshop on large-scale holistic video understanding workshop is organized with MIT, ETH Zurich,&nbs...
Faculty Perspectives is a new series inviting thoughtful speakers and innovators to inspire the Media Lab community and beyond.
Implosion Fabrication – Rethinking 3D Nanofabrication from First Principles
We'll speak to four inspiring creators who are pushing the boundaries of both art making and tool making.
A public town hall to generate input and feedback on the most urgent tech policy issues facing our economy and democracy.
A variety of Media Lab community members will be participating in the virtual 2021 ACM CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems.
Our aim is to shed light on the importance of experiential integration and provide researchers with a scientifically driven foundation for
John B Herrington, the first member of a federally recognized tribe to travel to space, will speak about Indigenous views of space activity.
Space travel and becoming an interplanetary species have always been part of humanity’s greatest imaginings.
Cities, networks, and knowledge spillovers
Biologically-inspired Structural Color: Material Design and Fabrication Strategies Drawn from Nature’s Color Palette
About the workshopThe home is a place of shelter, a place for family, and for separation from other parts of life, such as work. Global c...
We hope to recognize, together, the borders that coloniality has created in computing, design, and education.
Kennedy Library Forum on Productive Discussion across Conflicts and Divides
Designing for a new "ZIP code destiny"
How to Grow a Spaceship: A Hybrid Living Material (HLM) Framework for Developing Technological Interfaces to Complex Living Systems
The New Yorker talks to DCI head Neha Narula and other experts about the ways internet culture is transforming traditional notions of value
The E14 Fund Zoom Seminar Join us for an online seminar about the E14 Fund hosted by Calvin Chin and Habib Haddad. The seminar...
Dr. Shah speaks on novel clinical biomarkers and learning systems to care for cancer patients
Towards Human-Centered Optimality Criteria
Attend this virtual, invitation-only conference to see breakthrough MIT research, and learn about upcoming innovative technologies
Tune in for the next event of this spring, featuring Tanya Wallace-Gobern and Thomas Shapiro, on April 6 at 1pm.
Sharing different approaches from the humanitarian, public, and private sectors to create transparent and inclusive digital health solutions
Regulatory landscape and societal impact of clinical decision making and therapeutic development driven by AI technologiesLecture to the ...
The Vida Decision Support System project will hold its third international meeting to discuss the topic of public health analyses.
Translational Design Computation
Open Learning Talks bring together leaders to discuss new research-based ideas, technologies, and efforts in education, at MIT and the world
Can a new vaccination card simplify the user vaccination journey and create data-rich monitoring of the progress in vaccination?
Affordable Autonomous Lightweight Personal Mobility
Bringing together experts and stakeholders to discuss the challenges facing Covid-19 vaccine uptake to prevent disease spread.
Research Scientist Sasha Costanza-Chock, alum Matt Stempeck, and co-authors present key findings from a new report.
UN Ocean Decade Virtual Series: Co-designing the science we need for the Ocean Decade Part 2This virtual session “Co-designing the scienc...
Annie Brett will discuss the potential for technology to advance ocean management through fundamental changes in ocean data infrastructure.
Veta Wade speaks on Caribbean sustainability goals from her experience as a blue economy consultant and award-winning ocean advocate.
The AI for Good series is the leading action-oriented, global & inclusive United Nations platform on AI.
Sheena Talma will discuss the co-design process for a deep-sea program in Seychelles.
During this session, Professor Danielle Wood (Space Enabled) will curate several conversations on radical sustainability.
This session features four conversations between Media Lab researchers and guest speakers on expanding more equitable research.
This session explores resilience at the Human, Community, and Society levels.
This seminar explores barriers to entry for underrepresented students in STEM programs and shares approaches that promote equity.
The official third annual STEM Week Kick Off event is co-hosted by the STEM Advisory Council, MIT, and the MA Science and Engineering Fair.
Schannel van Dijken will present on a traditional Polynesian voyaging canoe (Va’a)-based culture and environmental education program.
The Global Community Bio Summit 4.0 will virtually convene the global citizen-led, grassroots community bio movement.
The City Science group is currently experimenting with new forms of virtual learning and co-working. As part of the City Science Su...
This virtual conference aims to highlight the biggest challenges facing the ocean and brainstorm the next major innovations in ocean science
Miriam Lynch will discuss saving lives & creating opportunities in diverse communities through water safety & STEM
This new webinar series will explore the future of French and American cities and the importance of security and trust in the digital age.
Opera of the Future head Tod Machover, alum Grace Leslie, and Dr. Adam Gazzaley join Renée Fleming for Music and Mind Live.
Professor Danielle Wood, Dr. Katlyn Turner, and David Colby Reed will present on "Sustainability in Earth and Space" at AIAA ASCEND.