Theme: "Putting Data to Work: Building Public-Private Partnerships to Increase Resilience & Enhance the Socioeconomic Value of Data"
MIT Professor Thomas Peacock will discuss the environmental impact of deep-sea mining sediment plumes on ocean biology.
Register The Moon Dialogs is pleased to announce the fourth salon in our series aimed at advancing interdisciplinary lunar policy th...
How does better information lead to different policy decisions?
A virtual hearing on "Exposure Notification and Contact Tracing: How AI Helps Localities Reopen Safely and Researchers Find a Cure"
“Champs -Elysées, History & Perspectives” presents the streets' current usages, and proposes a vision of its potential evolutions.
John T. Leong, Obama Foundation Fellow and CEO of Kupu, engages, equips, and empowers the next generation of conservation leaders.
First in a series of virtual seminars co-hosted by Space Enabled and the Secure World Foundation.
These are public talks via webcast every Wednesday at 10am.
Prof. Pentland to outline his ideas and thoughts on the topic for the first event of the online series Sydney Pacific Presidential Lectures.
Dr. Brennan Phillips will discuss his latest low cost underwater camera system used for bio-logging traveling marine animals.
What makes a space program successful? What can we learn from previous space programs for emerging space countries?
LunchBreak is a series of live, online interviews with science- and technology-inspired artists.
Tara Roberts will discuss how the finding of a slave shipwreck transformed and empowered a community in Costa Rica.
Join a spirited discussion about the return to human spaceflight and how close we are to building a sustainable civilization beyond Earth
An avid sailor, diver, and National Geographic explorer, Dr. Grace Young is passionate about developing technologies to help better under...
This exhibition is a part of "Our new season" at the MoMA.
Elizabeth Stephenson is the director of the New England Aquarium’s Marine Conservation Action Fund (MCAF) a global micro-granting and fel...
Space Science in Context is an experimental virtual conference bringing space and science and technology studies (STS) scholars together.
Arts at MIT will present two works by Tod Machover.
Magnetomicrometry: Tissue Length Tracking via Implanted Magnetic Beads
The US Embassy in Italy & Italian Space Agency invite you to a virtual program of the From Home to Space series
Dr. Dava Newman is the Apollo Program Professor of Astronautics at MIT and a Harvard–MIT Health, Sciences, and Techno...
Dissertation Title: Discovering the Meaning Behind the Story: Creating a System for Documenting and Supporting Children's Narr...
Dissertation Title: Collective behavior over social networks with data-driven and machine learning modelsAbstract: Individuals ...
Robust Genome Editing with Broad-Targeting CRISPR Enzymes
Dissertation Title: Resynthesizing Volumetric Soundscapes: Low-rank Subspace Methods for Soundfield Estimation and ReconstructionParticip...
Dissertation Title: Forecasting Mental Distress using Healthcare Claims DataParticipation link (password: 068596)Abstract: ...
Sonali Prasad is a Knight Science Journalism Fellow at MIT. She has worked on climate and environment stories across different forms, be...
Ramesh Raskar and Sandy Pentland present approaches and projects related to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Exhibition installations created in MIT’s Vision in Art and Neuroscience course engage the constructive nature of perception.
The Sound of Obsessing has been highlighted as part of the virtual exhibition The List at Home.
Digital Expressive Media for Supporting Early Literacy through Child-Driven, Scaffolded Play
Kevin Esvelt, Kent Larson, Esteban Moro, Sandy Pentland, Beth Porter, Ron Rivest, and Ramesh Raskar will each present a short talk.
Calm yourself with coloring and learn math in the meantime!
Designing the Organism-Environment Relationship: Principles for Biodesign Prototyping at Scale
An astronaut, a veteran space executive, an ethicist, and a visionary engineer explore the potential of a future space civilization.
This latest concert produced by CAST brings together the music of film soundtracks with Tod Machover’s A Toronto Symphony.
We talk to satellite's and space's future about their visions to develop life beyond Earth and what can be done today to make this a reality
We are pleased to announce a two-day conference event to be held in Boston in early March 2020.
Nicole L'Huillier will speak at an event as part of ACT's Spring 2020 Artistic Research Luncheon Series.
Open Ocean will be at the Ocean Sciences Meeting in San Diego, February 16-21, 2020.
Experts from all over the world will gather to discuss and exchange on space traffic management.
Space Situational Awareness: Key issues in an evolving landscape
This studio will take place in the fourteenth international conference on Tangible, Embedded, and Embodied Interaction.
The fifty-seventh session of the Scientific and Technical Subcommittee of the Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space will be held ...
An exhibition highlighting the work of students in Canan Dagdeviren's MAS 810 Decoders 1.2 class.
The following Media Lab community members are participating in the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting this year.
Representatives from international satellite and insurance industry representatives will be involved in the workshop, along with government
The exhibition includes work from a number of Media Lab researchers and alumni.
“Driving Aerospace Solutions for Global Challenges”
Design and Evaluation of a Reaction-Force Series Elastic Actuator Configurable as Biomimetic Powered Ankle and Knee Prostheses
Professor Canan Dagdeviren has been invited to present to the WORLD.MINDS community at the annual invitation-only symposium, hosted in Zu...
Vocal Connection: Rethinking the voice as a medium for personal, interpersonal, and interspecies understanding
The following Media Lab community members are participating in the thirty-third conference on Neural Information Processing Systems.
Fall Meeting is the largest international Earth and space science meeting in the world.
Dr. Minoo Rathnasabapathy will present a keynote at the swissnex Network’s annual signature event swissnexDay’19.
A symposium on space sustainability; the secure, sustainable, and peaceful use of space for the benefit of planet Earth and all its peoples.
Dr. Minoo Rathnasabapathy gave a keynote presentation on utilizing space technologies for the sustainable development goals, and joined the
Dr. Danielle Wood, will explain how six types of space technology support societal needs, as defined by the UN SDGs
A rare glimpse into the creative life of Arnold Schoenberg.
The World Space Forum in Vienna will bring together experts and policymakers from regional, national and local institutions, private organi
Join the IEEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing Society (GRSS) and Indigo Agriculture for an evening meetup event featuring professionals fro...
swissnex Boston and Swiss Touch invite you for an exploration of outer space, where careful measurements can uncover entire worlds