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As part of this year's IAC conference in Paris, Danielle Wood was inducted as a full member into the International Academy of Astronautics …
Orbital debris consists of human-made objects orbiting Earth that no longer serve a purpose.
Dr. Elena Cirkovic is an Associate Expert for the recent McGill Manual on International Law Applicable to Military Uses of Outer Space.
Ovienmhada, with Danielle Wood, won the grant for "Applying the EVDT Integrated Modeling Framework for Environmental Justice Applications."
Dr. Rathnasabapathy was featured as an expert on space sustainability for broadcast segments covering dead satellites and space debris.
Arts at MIT covers the performance for Danielle Wood's course Queer-Feminist-Antiracism and Design for the Future.
In MIT Spectrum, Gladys Ngetich of the Space Enabled research group discusses her passion for math and physics and her road to MIT.
Rathnasabapathy co-authors op-ed "A new way to incentivize safer conditions for operating in space."
Five actions leaders can take to contribute to economic development, security and sustainability, and making space safe and accessible.
Space Enabled Collaborator, Alvin Harvey, was recently highlighted by MIT News on his work with Indigenous scholarship and community at MIT.
Space Enabled Affiliate Moriba Jah has been named an MLK Visiting Professor starting in January, 2023.
The Unsung Hero Award from the Office of Graduate Education recognizes students who have shown commitment and passion for the community.
Faculty leaders highlight innovations that can close longstanding knowledge gaps and reimagine how the world responds to the climate crisis.
MIT scientists hope to deploy a fleet of drones to get a better sense of how much carbon the ocean is absorbing, + how much more it can take
Faculty leaders discuss the opportunities and obstacles in developing, scaling, and implementing their work rapidly.
Annual MLK celebration at MIT features call to confront America’s history of racism in order to move forward.
MAS.859 Space Technology for the Development LeaderSpring 2022 MAS Graduate Course and Seminar SeriesDates for Spring 2022 Semester: …
Queer-Feminist-Antiracism and Design for the FutureJune 3 Exhibit and Show asks: "How can we work as Engineers, Scientists, Artists and Des…
Danielle Wood quoted in Daily Beast article "Inside the Fight to Save Mars From Inheriting Earth's Mess," by Joanna Thompson.
Dr. Minoo Rathnasabapathy spoke at the 1st IAA African Symposium on Small Satellites and the 5th African Space Generation Workshop.
An evolving list of IAP activities hosted by members of the Media Lab community in collaboration with other departments.
Katlyn Turner quoted in National Interest article "Glitches in the System: Transformational Change in the U.S. Nuclear Community."
Danielle Wood quoted in "Getting the Big Picture of Biodiversity."
“Growing together, remaining apart: The role of digital technology in former guerrilla fighters’ social capital."
Katlyn Turner appeared on a recent edition of the Press the Button podcast in conversation with co-host Michelle Dover.
Danielle Wood was quoted in an article exploring alternatives to strategies of conquest and settlement of the Moon and Mars.
Ufuoma Ovienmhada and Danielle Wood's research featured in Wired article "Satellites Can Spy a Menace in West Africa: Invasive Flowers."
Named Human Rights & Technology Fellow by MIT Center for International Studies, and a Rising Star by UChicago Center for Data & Computing.
Space Enabled members Dr. Minoo Rathnasabapathy and Dr. Elena Cirkovic named to ASCEND's D12 group for 2021.
Minoo Rathnasabapthy was quoted in an article by Stephanie Bailey via CNN Business on Africa's growing space industry.
As part of the Boston Film Festival, the documentary Zero Gravity will have its Boston premiere in a screening at the MIT Media Lab.
Under Dr. Wood's leadership, the program will move forward with the NASA Astrobee robotic system as its new in-space robotic platform.
Ufuoma Ovienmhada and Danielle Wood, along with Fohla Mouftaou of Green Keeper Africa, published a paper with Frontiers in Climate.
Gladys Ngetich is one of 25 students and young professionals chosen by the IAF Emerging Space Leaders Sub-Committee.
Queer-Feminist-Antiracism and Design for the Future (Part I)How can we work as Engineers, Scientists, Artists and Designers to create proto…
The Space Exploration Initiative supports research across and beyond MIT in two microgravity flights this spring.
Danielle Wood talks about the key role space technologies can play in advancing equity on Earth, if we design for sustainability.
Danielle Wood appeared on Bloomberg Markets: The Close to discuss space sustainability, travel, and accessibility.
Ufuoma Ovienmhada awarded 2021 Takeda Fellowship.
Ufuoma Ovienmhada was one of seven young professionals chosen for the 2021-2022 Future Space Leaders Foundation (FSLF) Grant Program.
Space Enabled director Danielle Wood talks about applying space technologies to the UN's Sustainable Development Goals.
Danielle Wood pens opinion piece, "It’s Time To Celebrate Antiracist Tech Innovators."
MIT researchers are co-leading the design of a global Space Sustainability Rating system that will soon be operational.
June 24, 2021
Danielle Wood joins Bloomberg New Economy Catalysts: a global community of public and private sector innovators and entrepreneurs.
Kayci Gallagher, advisee of Prof. Danielle Wood, graduated from RISD this spring.
Minoo Rathnasabapathy gave the first keynote talk at the 2021 StrathWide event, and spoke at Data.Space 2021 on "Space for Humanity."
Katlyn Turner and Nina Lutz will run a pilot course during summer 2021, offered as a UROP for credit or volunteer.
MIT News covers new House Team Members, including Danielle Wood and Jonathan Wood as Maseeh Hall Associate Heads of House.
Christine Joseph and Danielle Wood of Team Space Enabled published a peer reviewed journal paper with the Journal New Space.
Chelsea Barabas and Pedro Reynolds-Cuellar join Space Enabled as Graduate Researchers.
Congratulations to the recipients of this year's competitive fellowships administered by the MIT Office of Graduate Education (OGE).
Dr. Moriba Jah, professor in the Department of Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics at UT Austin, joins as Affiliated Researcher.