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White House Event to Feature Neurotechnology Architecting Network Leaders from MIT

Self-organizing network of innovators commits to developing a dozen new neurotechnologies

On September 30, 2014, the White House is hosting a BRAIN Initiative Conference to highlight commitments, investments, and progress by the Federal government, private sector companies, universities, and non-profit organizations to develop technologies to radically accelerate our understanding of the brain.  more ›


Centers and Joint Programs

Special Interest and Working Groups

Centers and joint programs combine the work of Media Lab researchers with collaborators throughout MIT.
  • Center for Civic Media
  • Center for Mobile Learning
  • Communications Futures Program
The following smaller, more focused special interest groups (SIGs) and working groups deal with particular subject areas.
  • Advancing Wellbeing
  • Autism & Communication Technology Initiative
  • CE 2.0
  • City Science
  • Connection Science
  • Future of News
  • Future Storytelling
  • Ultimate Media