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Final projects created in MAS.S64 City Sci-Fi: Speculative Movie Making Towards the Design of Future Cities.Students were prompted to …
Congratulations to Naroa Coretti Sánchez, a PhD student in the City Science research group, on receiving this honor!
"What If" is a project that aims to address concerns related to safety in public spaces by exploring hypothetical fear-inducing scenarios, …
On March 1, 2023 the MIT City Science team hosted an event to formally announce the start of the City Science Lab@Gipuzkoa
The 2022 City Science Summit is a collaboration between MIT City Science, the City Science Network and the Norman Foster Foundation.
Media Lab spinoff Butlr, co-founded by Honghao Deng and Jiani Zeng, raises $20 million in a Series A funding round.
City Science researchers Naroa Coretti, Iñigo Martinez, Luis Alonso, and Kent Larson discuss their research on autonomous shared bicycles.
Chrisoula Kapelonis discusses the Media Lab's impact on her current work at the intersection of technology and built environment.
Hasier Larrea, an alum of the City Science research group, talks about the research that led him to co-found spinoff Ori.
How can we design a zero-commuting city? What are the important attributes of a walkable community? How can we invent the future of mobilit…
Namaph, a project by City Science PhD candidate Yasushi Sakai + collaborators, received a 2022 WIRED Japan Common Ground Challenge Award
A discussion of the future of public transportation, with a highlight of the Autonomous Bicycle project led by PhD student Naroa Coretti.
The two papers relate to project work from the City Science group around the impact of shared autonomous micro-mobility systems.
Two installations at the Venice Architecture Biennale and the Guggenheim Bilbao invite visitors to explore the future of urban mobility
Architect Norman Foster's Guggenheim Exhibition Is A Requiem For The Age Of Combustion by Nargess Banks for Forbes"An installation in the f…
A Smart Home System That Respects Privacy The new device from MIT's Media Lab relies on passive carbon dioxide and infrared sensors.
Article by cinematographer and visual artist Sean Webley
Prototyping and testing space of Two Mobility Futures 0∞.
How do new mobility patterns interfere relationships?
How new mobility patterns influence what carry and possess?
How will new mobility patterns shape the built environment?
For this project, the teams will explore the concept of a 15-minute city using various urban simulations.
Alum Hasier Larrea talks about how Ori, the Media Lab spinoff he co-founded, is approaching two of the real estate industry's challenges.
The 2022 Forbes 30 Under 30 list honors "bold risk-takers putting a new twist on the old tools of the trade" + includes a few Media Labbers.
The summit theme, Cities WITH(in), challenged the eight City Science Network labs to seek opportunities for their research to impact local s
The transaction-based communications system ensures robot teams achieve their goal even if some robots are hacked.
The competition, now in its tenth year, has featured a cross section of blue-chip companies, scruffy startups, and hungry young talents.
ARC, a unit of the HCMC Department of Planning and Architecture, is uniquely positioned for this collaboration.
City Science researcher Andres Rico reflects on his time participating in this past year's "How To Grow (Almost) Anything" (HTGAA) class.
Get to know more about Maggie Church, the program coordinator for the City Science research group, through this MIT SA+P profile.
For the paper titled: Dynamic Urban Planning: An Agent-based model Coupling Mobility Mode and Housing Choice. Use Case Kendall Square.
How data from Access MIT informs flexible, sustainable commutes as staff returns to campus.
Gihan, Eva, and MamaG's homes.
It’s said that once you eat someone’s food, you become part of them too. I am for sure a different person after the With(in) project.
With(in)captured a fragment of Eva, Gihan, MamaG and their communities’ stories. The nature of this work poses challenges for retelling the…
Only a few weeks before the trip to meet MamaG in Port Harcourt, we learned of her husband’s unexpected death. Our plans quickly shifted to…
Weekends are not exactly days to rest for MamaG, Eva and Gihan. Waking up early for church and making their way in crowded street mar…
Heavy machinery noise and fresh bread smell mix in the air. Wood boards, pita, shoes, water sachets, tortillas and concrete blocks are prod…
It’s easy to spot Eva as she makes her way through the dusty streets of Lomas. Her big blond hair, military boots and bold clothes, often s…
Gihan moved to Ezbet Khairallah not long ago. Escaping from an abusive marriage, she bravely left home in upper Egypt with her three kids —…
MamaG stands for Mother General, she is the mother of all at the Flyover Market. MamaG is Ibibio, born in the rural Etinan and moved to Por…
A new masterclass video series from the Norman Foster Foundation features leading experts in the fields of architecture, urbanism, and more.
Kent Larson considers the societal stressors caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and those that the world will face post-pandemic.
The 17th International Architecture Exhibition, “How will we live together?" includes work from the City Science research group.
The past years of climate crises and health epidemics have led to the proliferation of nomadic communities and a near reliance on e-commerce
For the paper titled "JettSen: A Mobile Sensor Fusion Platform for City Knowledge Abstraction."
Synchronizing light across riders, [bike]swarm technology enhances the safety and joy of sustainable mobility by illuminating the rider com…
Meet the Labbers, which ran from 2016–2018, was an ongoing audio series that took listeners inside the Media Lab.
The “HIDW Young Talent” exhibition addressed three topics: Manufacturing of Tomorrow, Future Craft, and City Catalyst.
The competition, now in its ninth year, has featured a cross section of blue-chip companies, scruffy startups, and hungry young talents.
Congratulations to City Science researchers Alex Berke, Jason Nawyn, Thomas Sanchez Lengeling, and group head Kent Larson!
The MIT Autonomous Bicycle Project proposes that autonomous bicycles could serve as an alternative to current bike sharing models.