The Vida Decision Support System project will hold its third international meeting to discuss the topic of public health analyses.
Translational Design Computation
Open Learning Talks bring together leaders to discuss new research-based ideas, technologies, and efforts in education, at MIT and the world
Can a new vaccination card simplify the user vaccination journey and create data-rich monitoring of the progress in vaccination?
Affordable Autonomous Lightweight Personal Mobility
Bringing together experts and stakeholders to discuss the challenges facing Covid-19 vaccine uptake to prevent disease spread.
Research Scientist Sasha Costanza-Chock, alum Matt Stempeck, and co-authors present key findings from a new report.
UN Ocean Decade Virtual Series: Co-designing the science we need for the Ocean Decade Part 2This virtual session “Co-designing the scienc...
Annie Brett will discuss the potential for technology to advance ocean management through fundamental changes in ocean data infrastructure.
Veta Wade speaks on Caribbean sustainability goals from her experience as a blue economy consultant and award-winning ocean advocate.
The AI for Good series is the leading action-oriented, global & inclusive United Nations platform on AI.
Sheena Talma will discuss the co-design process for a deep-sea program in Seychelles.
During this session, Professor Danielle Wood (Space Enabled) will curate several conversations on radical sustainability.
This session features four conversations between Media Lab researchers and guest speakers on expanding more equitable research.
This session explores resilience at the Human, Community, and Society levels.
This seminar explores barriers to entry for underrepresented students in STEM programs and shares approaches that promote equity.
The official third annual STEM Week Kick Off event is co-hosted by the STEM Advisory Council, MIT, and the MA Science and Engineering Fair.
Schannel van Dijken will present on a traditional Polynesian voyaging canoe (Va’a)-based culture and environmental education program.
The Global Community Bio Summit 4.0 will virtually convene the global citizen-led, grassroots community bio movement.
The City Science group is currently experimenting with new forms of virtual learning and co-working. As part of the City Science Su...
This virtual conference aims to highlight the biggest challenges facing the ocean and brainstorm the next major innovations in ocean science
Electronic textile samples associated with the SpaceSkin project will be sent to the International Space Station for the first time
Technology-Assisted Coaching: A System for Children’s Literacy Learning
Miriam Lynch will discuss saving lives & creating opportunities in diverse communities through water safety & STEM
This new webinar series will explore the future of French and American cities and the importance of security and trust in the digital age.
Opera of the Future head Tod Machover, alum Grace Leslie, and Dr. Adam Gazzaley join Renée Fleming for Music and Mind Live.
Professor Danielle Wood, Dr. Katlyn Turner, and David Colby Reed will present on "Sustainability in Earth and Space" at AIAA ASCEND.
This final session of the “Serving Society with Space Data” will take a step back and examine how data derived from space technology can ...
We created a digital spaceship to share the diverse portfolio from the Initiative. Audiences are invited to immerse themselves.
Valentina Sumini has been invited to contribute with the talk "Multiplanetary Future" to the TEDx Bologna event dedicated to "Outsiders".
Bringing together actors from civil society, governments, + communities of Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Guatemala, Mexico, Peru, Puerto Rico
“My dream is to make bits tangible and atoms dance.”—Hiroshi Ishii
A discussion about facial recognition and surveillance, the Black Lives Matter movement, and a range of other social justice issues.
Biologically encoded augmented reality: multiplexing perceptual bandwidths
Sustainable Development Goal 8: Decent Work and Economic Growth seeks to promote inclusive and sustainable economic growth, employment, a...
These sessions will focus on tools for privacy-aware contact tracing.
Sasha Costanza-Chock will present key insights from their book Design Justice.
Sven-Olof Lindblad of Lindblad Expeditions will share their efforts to adapt during COVID-19 and carry on their conservation work.
Olfactory User Interfaces: Toward Implicit Human-Computer Interaction across the Consciousness Continuum
Embodied Mathematics by Interactive Sketching
Self-Aware Self-Assembly for Space Architecture: growth paradigms for in-space manufacturing
Sustainable Development Goal 3: Good Health and Wellbeing seeks to ensure healthy lives and promote wellbeing for all at all ages. This w...
Discrete Mechanical Metamaterials
Polarization and Toxicity in Political Discourse Online
Sensor Networks for Experience and Ecology
These are public talks via webcast every Wednesday at 10am.
MIT Human Systems Lab and the Open Ocean Initiative co-host a seminar on "Ocean Worlds" by NASA’s Dr. Darlene Lim.
What are the most pressing challenges confronting governments, industry, and civil society?
Autonomic Activity from Human Videos
Energy is recognized as a key enabler for sustainable development, and the transition toward clean and sustainable sources of energy is r...
50 speakers celebrating 50 years - Live online
Dissertation Title: Experiencing data together: combining art, technology, and community to move towards collective action on enviro...
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.
TED2020 will now take place as an eight-week online experience.
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.