banking and finance
internet of things
neural interfacing and control
natural language processing
point of care
sports and fitness
Traditional additive manufacturing processes, especially those that make use of liquid resin as the feedstock, are constrained by the gra...
Advancing justice in Earth's complex systems using designs enabled by space
Space Exploration Initiative
By Rachel Bellisle
Inventing disruptive technologies for nanoelectronic devices and creating new paradigms for life-machine symbiosis
On Earth, morning, noon, and night have their own specific meanings. The feeling of a second or a minute passing by, the shortening of th...
SpaceHuman is a soft robotics device designed to facilitate the exploration of environments with reduced gravity in a view of democratiza...
Augmenting and mediating human experience, interaction, and perception with sensor networks
Rapid prototyping platforms such as 3D printers used for digital fabrication are today able to manufacture custom objects for specific ta...
Technical summary: Future of clinical development is on the verge of a major transformation due to convergence of large new digital data ...
Extending expression, learning, and health through innovations in musical composition, performance, and participation
In recent years, there has been an increase in low-cost and open-source electronic and chemical sensors that hobbyists, concerned citizen...
Gravity Proof is a performance and mission to prepare and cook bread in space. Inspired by ancient recipes and archaeological bread ...
Living in space could have significant physical and mental impacts on astronauts. Wearables have the potential to play a critical role in...
Wax-based hybrid rocket propellants, including paraffin (common candlewax) and beeswax show promise as high-performing hybrid rocket prop...
The Space Exploration Initiative supports research across and beyond MIT in two microgravity flights this spring.
Ever wish you could toss your folded up tent and have it self-assemble mid-air? Well...you can. In a zero gravity environment.Self ...
By Larissa Zhou and Adam ZacharFood is crucial to maintaining the physical and psychological health of humans in space. Eating food ...
By Nancy Valladares and Rae Yuping HsuThis project is an art performance that seeks to rethink imaginaries of multispecies surv...
The Miniature Optical Steered Antenna for Intersatellite Communications (MOSAIC)By Shreeyam KackerThe Miniature Optical Steered Ante...
Solid-state microfrabricated devices are in development to replace contemporary heavy mechanical components for use in spacecraft propell...
How did life originate? Nobody knows. Life might not even be native to our Earth - it might have come from asteroids or the interstellar ...
By Somayajulu Dhulipala and Manwei ChanAs humanity explores deeper into space, long-duration missions will require horticulture activitie...
By Po-Hao ChiHow could microgravity/hypergravity shape our perceptual experience of listening with weightlessness? How can we seek to exp...
Life on Mars, if it exists, could have been transferred between Earth and Mars due to meteorite impacts. The Search for Extra-Terrestrial...
Paper diagnostics can be used for affordable and scalable biomarker detection. We propose new methods for stabilizing cellulose-based imm...
Revealing insights into the human condition and repairing brain disorders via novel tools for mapping and fixing brain computations
E. Yee, S. Lathwal, P. Shah, H. Sikes. ACS sensors 2.11 (2017): 1589-1593. PMID: 29090909
Today, the environments that humans occupy in space are designed for survival. Humans are carefully shuttled to and from space, and durin...