An art-based benefit fundraiser created in response to recent revelations of MIT’s ties to Jeffrey Epstein.
Doug Jones in conversation with Kevin Esvelt.
Space sustainability and mechanisms for the coordination of space traffic are drawing increasing attention from the associated technical and
Renowned designer Kenya Hara writes: “Creativity is to discover a question that has never been asked.”
Recognizes the contributions of the African diaspora to the design fields and promotes discourse around the agency of the design profession
We welcome you to Cambridge this fall for a gathering focused on building an interdisciplinary field of cryptocurrency and blockchain tech.
As humans become prominent actors in extraterrestrial realms, it stirs in its wake complex questions of identity politics.
Local artists explore the state of climate change today in “Untold Possibilities at the Last Minute,” an exhibition on view at Cambridge ...
This City Science Summit explores a future WITHOUT top-down and increasingly obsolete heavy infrastructure.
Dr. Canan Dagdeviren to speak at NAE's 2019 US Frontiers of Engineering Symposium87 of the nation’s brightest young engineers h...
Twenty innovators and trailblazers were selected out of a pool of candidates to pitch their idea that breaks down scientific and social wall
Studying physiological signals and how they change gives us a window into ourselves and how we can enhance our health and well-being.
The Edna W. Lawrence Nature Lab at RISD, Fleet Library at RISD, and Synergetics collaborative are pleased to announce the 6th Bienni...
The Future of AI meets the Future of Space.
EmTech MIT hosts key influencers in industry, policy, and academia
The exhibition includes work from several Media Lab researchers and groups, including Neri Oxman, Joy Buolamwini, and the OpenAg Initiative.
The 2019 forum will explore how new paradigms in the propulsion field and operational efficiency are upon us
Committee of N—a collaborative card game where players deepen their learning about educational policy and the history of education in the US
This event will explore how small satellites can be used by a wide variety of actors from national governments to international development
The annual International Space Station R&D Conference is an interactive and intensive event with leaders within the academic, co...
Towards Social and Affective Artificial IntelligenceSocial learning is a crucial component of human intelligence, allowing us to rapidly ...
Building Reproducible, Reusable, and Robust Machine Learning SoftwareWe have seen significant achievements with machine learning in ...
Join us for a panel discussion on space exploration, in the glow of the many Apollo 11 celebrations.
Meet members of the Space Enabled research group and experience their celebration of the original Earthrise photo.
Discrete Robotic ConstructionRobots, which require the integration of a wide variety of mechanical and electrical functionality, are seld...
Folded Functional FoamsMaterials with effective properties dominated by geometric structure rather than composition, or architected mater...
Direct-Write Fabrication of Laminate Micro-electromechanical SystemsMicro-electromechanical systems (MEMS) have many applications in fiel...
Social Inductive Biases for Decentralized Reinforcement Learning
MIT professor Dr. Danielle Wood to host talk: "Technology from Space Helps Keep us Safe on Earth"On Monday, July 1, Dr. Danielle Wood fro...
The ACM conference on Designing Interactive Systems (DIS) is the premier international and interdisciplinary conference
Dynamic Wearable Technology: Designing and Deploying Small Climbing Robots for Sensing and Actuation on the Human BodyThis thesis introdu...
Danielle Wood on panel hosted by Secure World Foundation discussing importance of ensuring access to space while reducing space debris.
Danielle will speak on The Role of Space Technology to Support Sustainable Development
Open Ocean Director, Dr. Katy Croff Bell, testified before the Environment Subcommittee of the House Committee on Science, Space, and Tec...
Winners of the 2019 Harold and Arlene Schnitzer Prize in the Visual Arts represent four outstanding student portfolios. Each of...
Xiao Xiao and Cynthia Solomon in conversation with Hal Abelson
MIT GSW aims to share the entrepreneurial practices that have empowered thousands of companies to launch from MIT.
In an arresting new documentary, an environmental photographer captures the lives of everyday Americans on the front lines of climate change
Join the Scratch Team on May 11 at the MIT Media Lab to meet, share, learn, and celebrate Scratch Day with local Scratchers!
The world-class SATELLITE Conference consists of the most relevant and important topics facing both satellite industry and end-users.
"We are standing on the edge of a frontier in terms of our ability to see, understand, and share information about the oceans.”
Colleen Macklin and John Sharp in conversation with Joi Ito
Moriba Jah is the director for Computational Astronautical Sciences and Technologies (CAST), a group within the ICES at UT Austin.
Precise and Expansive Genome Positioning for CRISPR EditsNew insights on microbial adaptive immune systems, known as CRISPR, have brought...
Automating Data Visualization through RecommendationDemand for data visualization has exploded in recent years with the increasing availa...
The celebrated Kronos Quartet will give the first public presentation of Tod Machover’s new composition, GAMMIFIED.
A fascinating look at New York City's battle against infectious disease.
Collaboratively exploring the horizon of urban mobility
The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development (the 2030 Agenda) is the boldest agenda for humanity and the most ambitious anti-poverty, pro-pl
Conversations with Joi Ito, Daiko Matsuyama and Tenzin Priyadarshi. Moderated by Rekha Malhotra
NHGRI will host its annual Louise M. Slaughter National DNA Day Speaker Series with special guest speaker David Kong, PhD.
A new, cutting-edge exhibit examining the connections between the worlds of artificial intelligence, robotics, and art.
A discussion about the first results from the Event Horizon Telescope.
Countries in Africa are rapidly growing their space capabilities. In the age of digital transformation, countries are witnessing evolving ma
The ability to image through scattering media in the visible part of the electromagnetic spectrum holds applications in many industries.
Anna Blom will share personal stories of inspiring people who are changing the fashion industry from the inside, one jumper at a time.
Founders’ Dynamics—Interpersonal Relationships and Between-Team Interaction in Early Startups
The Complexity of the Future of Work
Three research projects featured in The Road Ahead: Reimagining Mobility
Who decides what future cities look like?
Mayor Ko, the mayor of Taipei, Taiwan, visited MIT on March 22nd as part of his US tour. He met with MIT students and the Boston Taiwanes...
What will increased, more affordable access to space mean for the sector, and what new opportunities will open up?
Attendance at this private event is by invitation only, but the full program will be publicly livestreamed
Mesomatters: Design, Manufacturing, and Interaction with Mesoscopic Materials
MIT Aeronautics and Astronautics professors Paulo Lozano, Danielle Wood, Richard Binzel, and Sara Seager are interviewed by Prof. Dava Newma
The international IEEE Aerospace Conference is organized to promote interdisciplinary understanding of aerospace systems.