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The 2023 MIT recommended summer reading list includes a chapter in "Reclaiming Space" authored by Professor Danielle Wood.
Danielle Wood contributed as a committee member to the NASA Decadal Survey on Biological and Physical Sciences.
Kevin O'Connell, former director at the Office of Space Commerce, interviewed Dr. Zolana Joao on the 3rd episode of Space Economy Insights.
These five women at the MIT Media Lab are advancing aerospace science and research, driven by a love of our home planet.
Space Enabled Affiliate Elena Cirkovic compared the Law of The Sea, the forthcoming UN High Seas Treaty, and and the Outer Space Treaty.
Prof Wood's presentation is part of a long term cooperation with the Angolan space program to apply satellite data for drought response
Jackie Smith, doctoral student in Team Space Enabled, participates in the Summit for Space Sustainability which is hosted by the Secure Wor…
Dr. Mitchell Kirschner presents at the Integrate23 Digital Engineering Conference applying the EVDT Framework to Disaster ManagementDr. Mit…
Belén and Ufuoma received these awards at the 2023 Graduate Women of Excellence Ceremony in the Samberg Conference Center on May 8.
Prof. Wood is invited for a third time to serve as a Private Sector Advisor to the US government delegation to this UN space policy forum
The team won for STEM Engagement for successfully transferring the Zero Robotics global competition from SPHERES to Astrobee.
PhD student Yiyun Zhang presented "Using Zero Robotics as a study case for Intersectional Antiracist Technology Framework."
Doolittle Prize is given for outstanding achievement in the design, construction, execution and reporting of an undergraduate project.
Examining the role data-driven technologies play in expanding and reasserting the legitimacy of the US racial state during crises.
We're so proud of everything you've accomplished here, and can't wait to see what you do next.
The MAD Fellowship is an opportunity for MIT grad students to propose a research-oriented or personal design project.
Amelia Dogan, senior at MIT whose undergraduate thesis is advised by Danielle Wood, was featured by MIT News for her work in sustainability.
Danielle Wood was selected as a 2023 winner of MIT's Teaching with Digital Technology Award.
Kevin O'Connell, formerly at the Office of Space Commerce, writes about "Practical applications of a space mission authorization framework."
Congratulations to Daniella DiPaola, Pedro Reynolds-Cuéllar, and Hope Schroeder on being 2023 recipients of the Gary Mardsen Travel Awards.
Danielle Wood discussed space sustainability in a recent NPR podcast.
MIT's undergraduate African and African Diaspora Studies major, advised by Danielle Wood, was recently highlighted in the MIT News.
MLK Visiting Professor and Space Enabled Affiliate Moriba Jah was recently elected to RSE, Scotland's National Academy.
Elissa Gibson, former UROP with Katlyn Turner, was featured in an article by Annie Dunlap about her interdisciplinary and community work.
Space Enabled Remote Sensing and GIS Analyst Position(Part time/Temporary)To Apply, please complete the form here.Overview: The Space Enabl…
Danielle Wood served as a Private Sector Advisor to the U.S. Delegation to the United Nations Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space.
Space Enabled class highlights relationship between space and society.
Danielle Wood awarded a NASA Applied Sciences grant to further work on the Decision Support System for Drought Response in Angola.
A convergence between artist Lorrin Brubakerand Prathima Muniyappa to employ experimental storytelling to narratives on Space
Wood and Rathnasabapathy were invited to the White House's US-Africa Leaders Summit held in Washington, DC from December 13-15.
Space Enabled will send experiments to the moon on a mission led by the UAE on a rover built by Ispace and launched with SpaceX.
MLK Jr. Visiting Professors and Scholars will enhance and enrich the MIT community through engagement with students and faculty.
Save the date for an end-of-year performance from the Spring 2023 class on the evening of Friday, May 19 in MIT Building E14 6th Floor: see…
New prize program recognizes MIT researchers who make data openly accessible and reusable.
Space Enabled Affiliate Elena Cirkovic published an article in Elgar Online.
The following winners and honorable mentions include members of the Media Lab community, and were selected from more than 70 nominees.
Committee members provide information, advice and recommendations to the FAA and DOT.
The MIT School of Science and the MIT Libraries present the inaugural MIT Prize for Open Data to highlight the value of open data at MIT.
Meet the MIT Morningside Academy for Design’s inaugural fellows, including Pedro Reynolds-Cuéllar and Francesca Riccio-Ackerman.
Space Enabled Affiliate Moriba Jah was named a MacArthur Fellow for the class of 2022.
Jack Reid publishes "Systems engineering applied to urban planning and development: A review and research agenda."
Jack Reid was selected as a Future Space Leader for 2022 by the Future Space Leaders Foundation (FSLF).
As part of this year's International Astronautical Congress in Paris, Danielle Wood was inducted as a full member into the International Ac…
Orbital debris consists of human-made objects orbiting Earth that no longer serve a purpose.
Dr. Elena Cirkovic is an Associate Expert for the recent McGill Manual on International Law Applicable to Military Uses of Outer Space.
Ovienmhada, with Danielle Wood, won the grant for "Applying the EVDT Integrated Modeling Framework for Environmental Justice Applications."
Dr. Rathnasabapathy was featured as an expert on space sustainability for broadcast segments covering dead satellites and space debris.
Arts at MIT covers the performance for Danielle Wood's course Queer-Feminist-Antiracism and Design for the Future.
In MIT Spectrum, Gladys Ngetich of the Space Enabled research group discusses her passion for math and physics and her road to MIT.
Rathnasabapathy co-authors op-ed "A new way to incentivize safer conditions for operating in space."
Five actions leaders can take to contribute to economic development, security and sustainability, and making space safe and accessible.
Space Enabled Collaborator, Alvin Harvey, was recently highlighted by MIT News on his work with Indigenous scholarship and community at MIT.
Space Enabled Affiliate Moriba Jah has been named an MLK Visiting Professor starting in January, 2023.
The Unsung Hero Award from the Office of Graduate Education recognizes students who have shown commitment and passion for the community.
Faculty leaders highlight innovations that can close longstanding knowledge gaps and reimagine how the world responds to the climate crisis.
MIT scientists hope to deploy a fleet of drones to get a better sense of how much carbon the ocean is absorbing, + how much more it can take
Faculty leaders discuss the opportunities and obstacles in developing, scaling, and implementing their work rapidly.
Annual MLK celebration at MIT features call to confront America’s history of racism in order to move forward.
MAS.859 Space Technology for the Development LeaderSpring 2022 MAS Graduate Course and Seminar SeriesDates for Spring 2022 Semester: …
Queer-Feminist-Antiracism and Design for the FutureJune 3 Exhibit and Show asks: "How can we work as Engineers, Scientists, Artists and Des…
Danielle Wood quoted in Daily Beast article "Inside the Fight to Save Mars From Inheriting Earth's Mess," by Joanna Thompson.
Dr. Minoo Rathnasabapathy spoke at the 1st IAA African Symposium on Small Satellites and the 5th African Space Generation Workshop.
An evolving list of IAP activities hosted by members of the Media Lab community in collaboration with other departments.
Katlyn Turner quoted in National Interest article "Glitches in the System: Transformational Change in the U.S. Nuclear Community."
Danielle Wood quoted in "Getting the Big Picture of Biodiversity."
“Growing together, remaining apart: The role of digital technology in former guerrilla fighters’ social capital."
Katlyn Turner appeared on a recent edition of the Press the Button podcast in conversation with co-host Michelle Dover.