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On Indigenous People’s Day, Let’s Commit to an Anticolonial Mindset on Earth and in SpaceBy Danielle Wood * Written on 1...
MIT’s Katlyn Turner and four other nuclear scientists issue a call for antiracist actions within their profession.
September 16, 2020
Author: Scott R. MurrayMedia Lab researcher Kate Turner explores how critical race theory can influence science — and how science c...
Innovation dynamics of emerging co-creation practices: What are the impacts on inclusion?
A call for antiracist action and accountability in the US nuclear communityAugust 24, 2020Published by Bulletin of the Atomic ScientistsB...
David Colby Reed, Prathima Muniyappa, M. Regina Apodaca M., Miles Lifson, Seamus Lombardo and Golda Nguyen graduate with Masters degrees.
August 19, 2020
This webinar will highlight projects that have incorporated Earth observation data to promote public health in many areas
July 22, 2020
Listen to Danielle Wood speak in a new episode of the Stories of Transformation podcast.
If the space industry wants to become more diverse, it must come to terms with how racially motivated decisions shape the country, Wood said
Walter Roban has unveiled the five-year Bermuda National Space Strategy created by a team of local and international experts.
The United Arab Emirates’ Hope orbiter is the Arab world’s first interplanetary spacecraft — and has jump-started science in the country.
Sustainable Development Goal 16: Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions seeks to promote just, peaceful and inclusive societies.
Data derived from space technologies play a unique role in addressing food security challenges.
The Media Lab community brings creativity, expertise, and research to the pandemic
Photos of the town, bay, and mangroves of Guaratiba an area in western Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Like too many science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields, the aerospace sector in the US is populated mainly by white people.
Discussions on how space technologies and geospatial applications contribute to better outcomes in critical fields around the world.
Neil Gaikwad from the Space Enabled research group is co-organizing the KDD Workshop on Humanitarian Mapping.
"Space belongs to all countries—every country deserves equal opportunities to pursue scientific achievement for societal benefit."
We asked female Sigma Xi members to share the resources that have helped them in their careers.
Danielle Wood's official testimony from the congressional hearing for the Subcommittee on Space and Aeronautics.
A consortium established last year to develop a rating to measure how well satellites comply with space sustainability guidelines expects to
Exploitation of resources and respect for sentient life forms are also policy issues that others say must be considered.
Here we talk to some Millennials and Generation Z people already making an impact in this industry and look at how they see the future.
Ufuoma Ovienmhada discusses her work using satellite data to help manage invasive water hyacinth in Benin.
Fulbright-Nehru Master’s Fellow Prathima Muniyappa uses the transformative power of design to empower marginalized indigenous communities.
Danielle Wood discusses the satellite technology research and other work underway in her Space Enabled research group.
This award is presented to a faculty member who has shown a great commitment to enhancing the experience of students at MIT
IAA has brought together the world's foremost experts in the disciplines of astronautics and space exploration on a regular basis
Neil Gaikwad, a doctoral student at the Space Enabled research group, has been chosen for the 2019 INK Fellowship Pr...
By David Colby ReedThe space environment will likely produce authoritarian social relations. How might engineered and social technol...
The Unseen Worlds: Using Feature Film Techniques for Space Mission PlanningLizbeth de la TorreSession E5.3: Contemporary Arts P...
This course examines the theoretical underpinnings of the mission statement of the Space Enabled Research Group at the MIT Media Lab.
Tom Standage and Seth Stevenson talk to a range of experts about what Victorian-era polar exploration can teach us about space travel.
The future of space is exciting, but there’s work to do to ensure that the beneﬁts are spread equitably and ethically around the world.
I specialize in Creative Technology for space. I use inspiration from sci-fi, and creative processes from film and animation to create....
The Compton Prizes are the highest awards presented by the Institute to students and student organizations.
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Rating efforts to keep Earth orbit sustainable
The World Economic Forum has selected a consortium of companies, universities and agencies to develop a system to rate the sustainability of
A team led by the Space Enabled group, ESA, and the World Economic Forum will address waste in Earth’s orbit
Congratulations to all of the honorees! We are so proud of you all.
This year, 120 curious students were honored at the Curiosity Challenge Celebration, along with Dr. Danielle Wood, 2019 Curious Scientist.
Symposium featuring former astronauts and other Apollo mission luminaries examines the program’s legacy.
Researchers say new facilities in space should be available to scientists from any country.
On the occasion of his bicentennial, a list of 200 people who best embody the spirit and work of Frederick Douglass.
Earth is surrounded by a cloud of defunct satellites that can be hazardous to working spacecraft—but it doesn't have to be that way.
Neil Gaikwad, a PhD student in the Space Enabled research group, has been selected as one of the 2019 Facebook Fellows.
Thoughts from the Media Lab's Space Enabled group and Space Exploration Initiative
BBQ magazine was fortunate to chat two remarkable women in the South African space industry—Carla Sharpe and Dr Minoo Rathnasabapathy