A recent experiment explored why people reject foods that are better for your health and the planet—and found answers rooted in psychology.
Alex Berke and Kent Larson of the Media Lab's City Science group co-authored a paper around these issues, recently published in Appetite.
The 2022 City Science Summit is a collaboration between MIT City Science, the City Science Network and the Norman Foster Foundation.
This has been an extraordinarily challenging period for all of you, and we couldn't be prouder of your accomplishments.
As a part of Proseminar in Media Arts and Sciences, the newly-minted PhD cohort works together to envision future Media Lab research groups
The past years of climate crises and health epidemics have led to the proliferation of nomadic communities and a near reliance on e-commerce
Synchronizing light across riders, [bike]swarm technology enhances the safety and joy of sustainable mobility by illuminating the rider com…
Congratulations to City Science researchers Alex Berke, Jason Nawyn, Thomas Sanchez Lengeling, and group head Kent Larson!
"Out of those approximately 17,000 articles, I profoundly enjoyed and learned from this one, written by Alex Berke, MIT Media Lab."
This is a two-part project. This part is about reality. The other part is science fiction.
These stories consider two potential futures for US democracy, branching from our present. One is dystopian, the other utopian.
Ten multi-disciplinary teams join MIT’s design entrepreneurship accelerator.
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Team members from Aalto University visited the Media Lab’s City Science group to discuss ongoing collaborations and new projects.
ABSTRACT The impending introduction of autonomous vehicles (AVs) has posed regulatory and ethical questions regarding how they …