Baju Joy, a PhD student in the Nano-Cybernetic Biotrek research group, will give a talk at the IEEE New Frontiers in Biotechnology Webinar.
A cohort of 142 academics—including Conformable Decoders group director Dr. Dagdeviren—have recently had a paper published in ACS Nano.
Presented by the MIT Press Bookstore and the MIT Media LabThe word “glitch” implies an incidental error, as easy to patch up as it is to i…
Shivam gave a talk at TEDx Boston’s Planetary Stewardship event, highlighting the growing environmental threat of large-scale computation
The device could help workers locate objects for fulfilling e-commerce orders or identify parts for assembling products.
K Lisa Yang Center for Bionics and Sierra Leone’s Ministry of Health and Sanitation aim to develop an integrative approach to strengthening
As a journalist-in-residence, Aronson-Rath, a leading voice on the future of journalism, will expand on her ongoing collaboration with CCC.
The National Academy of Engineering's Frontiers of Engineering program has featured Cell Rover, a miniaturized, magnetostrictive anten…
Future Worlds | Design and action for the future we want to live in
Ruihan Zhang, a student in the Molecular Machines group, was lead organizer of this event in collaboration with MIT Film Makers Association
Fourteen student teams presented proto-ventures during Demo Day 2022, an event related to an academic course taught at the MIT Media Lab.
Does using text-to-image models like Stable Diffusion in the creative process affect what people make in the physical world?
Seven researchers, and 14 additional MIT alumni, are honored for significant contributions to engineering research, practice, and education.
Six with ties to MIT were honored as 2022 ACM Fellows
Life with AI | Designing the future of smart systems to improve the human experience
Arlington Center for the Arts is pleased to present "Labor of Life: Textiles + Fiber."
Congrats to former Labbers Alexis Hope and Christine Sun Kim for being named as 2023 USA Fellows!
Fadel Adib uses wireless technologies to sense the world in new ways, addressing sweeping problems such as food insecurity + climate change
Representatives from the Media Lab participated in discussions on the Earth Data Revolution, Space Economy, Digital Currencies, and more.
Space Enabled Affiliate, Visiting MLK Scholar, and MacArthur Fellow Prof. Moriba Jah will give an MLK Visiting Scholars Luncheon Seminar.
Decentralized Society | Architecting the new internet for the good of the people
Classes offered by the Program in Media Arts and Sciences for the Spring 2023 semester
A pandemic-fueled transformation of the MIT course "How to Grow (Almost) Anything" leads to next steps in democratizing synthetic biology
She was recognized for her work on the development of a soft multifunctional wearable platform.
Space engineers, a geologist, an architect, and a designer journeyed to Svalbard for an expedition with the Space Exploration Initiative
View recent awards and recognitions received by members of the Media Lab community in the modules attached here.
Media Lab director Dava Newman and professors Tod Machover and Joseph Paradiso spoke during a tribute to Glorianna Davenport.
Cultivating Creativity | Catalyzing a global movement enabling everyone to unlock
and unleash their individual and collective creativity
CoCo is a new live co-creative learning platform designed to empower educators to support young people in both physical and remote set…
Connected Mind + Body | Revolutionizing the future of mental and physical wellbeing
Several Media Lab community members participated in the 2023 World Economic Forum Annual Meeting; watch the archived videos here.
This mission marks the Media Lab's fourth rocket launch.
Choice is a publishing unit of the Association of College and Research Libraries, a division of the American Library Association.
Scratch, a coding platform for children, was developed by the Lifelong Kindergarten group at the Media Lab in 2007.
Affective Computing alum Ehsan Hoque honored for work at intersection of AI and human-centered computing.
Co-founded by Media Lab alum Alex Westner, Xander will introduce its first product, XanderGlasses, at CES 2023.
Professors D'Ignazio and Klein received the award for their book, Data Feminism.
Integrity Distributed, a project created by Camera Culture PhD student Praneeth Vepakomma and collaborators, won a FT Innovation Award 2022
Fluid Interfaces alum Tomás Vega and his Augmental Tech co-founder Corten Singer were recognized in the Social Impact category.
Zach Lieberman, head of the Future Sketches research group, has been voted into Alliance Graphique Internationale (AGI).
Professor Adib holds a joint appointment in MIT’s Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.
Lane leaves a lasting legacy at the Institute and on tribal communities around the country.
Sourcemap is a Media Lab spinoff founded by Leo Bonanni, an alum of the Tangible Media group.
Using a new technology, researchers hope to create better control systems for prosthetic limbs.
The system measures biological and environmental changes, and detects contact between the mask and the wearer’s skin.
This event, featuring former Labber Rana El Kaliouby, was hosted by the Museum of Science. Watch the video!
During the 2022 Bloomberg New Economy Forum, Danielle Wood spoke about the role of commercial and public actors in the future of space.
Awarded by the Italian region of Lombardy, this prize recognizes work in computer science for safety, wellness, and sustainable growth.
Structurally, zero gravity means that we do not have to contend with architecture's greatest arch-nemesis, gravity.
Battery-free wireless underwater camera wins the Best Demo Award at ACM WUWNet'22
Anastasia Ostrowski, a PhD student in the Personal Robots group, is among five MIT PhD students honored with Amazon fellowships.
The International Astronautical Congress 2022 was hosted in Paris, France, and the Media Lab was well-represented.
Lara Ozkan (undergraduate researcher in the Conformable Decoders group) was selected as MIT Schwarzman College of Computing’s SERC Scholar.
Groh, Matthew, Caleb Harris, Roxana Daneshjou, Omar Badri, and Arash Koochek. "Towards transparency in dermatology image datasets with skin tone annotations by experts, crowds, and an algorithm." CSCW (2022).
Take a deep dive into new digital technologies with Ramesh Raskar, Alex 'Sandy' Pentland, and Neha Narula.
This grant supports new concepts and early-stage research for unique and innovative technologies for recording or modulation of the brain.
Watch the video: Pattie Maes, Andy Lippman, and a host of special guests and Media Lab researchers take a deep dive into generative AI.
Maggie Hughes is a student in the MIT Center for Constructive Communication, and Tara Boroushaki is a student in the Signal Kinetics group.
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 Laureates and Leaders Program is designed to support highly motivated and talented students in their pursuit of a graduate degree.
Ali Shtarbanov + Juliana Cherston of the Lab's Responsive Environments group each won top prizes in the Create the Future Design Contest.
Congratulations to Tejal Reddy, Randi Williams, and Professor Cynthia Breazeal!
The National Institute of Health (NIH) has awarded the perfect and rarely achieved impact score to Prof. Deblina Sarkar for her NIH Directo…
Machine Learning Technology Readiness Levels (MLTRL) apply systems engineering principles to the development of machine learning algorithms.
Meet the MIT Morningside Academy for Design’s inaugural fellows, including Pedro Reynolds-Cuéllar and Francesca Riccio-Ackerman.
We're thrilled to welcome our friends at the Museum to Kendall Square!
Space Enabled Affiliate Moriba Jah was named a MacArthur Fellow for the class of 2022.
Join the MIT Museum for the launch of the MIT Morningside Academy for Design. Media Lab Director Dava Newman is among the speakers.
She is being recognized by the NIH for unusually innovative work in the development of biomedical implants that defy the need for surgery.
The device could help scientists explore unknown regions of the ocean, track pollution, or monitor the effects of climate change.
The exhibit display reflects the unusual nature of our interdisciplinary design and engineering practice at MIT.