Wood and Rathnasabapathy were invited to the White House's US-Africa Leaders Summit held in Washington, DC from December 13-15.
MLK Jr. Visiting Professors and Scholars will enhance and enrich the MIT community through engagement with students and faculty.
Design for the Future: WorkshopMAS.S67: A Spring 2023 Class Open to All MIT, Harvard and Wellesley Students (Undergraduate and Graduat…
Jack Reid publishes "Systems engineering applied to urban planning and development: A review and research agenda."
As part of this year's International Astronautical Congress in Paris, Danielle Wood was inducted as a full member into the International Ac…
Orbital debris consists of human-made objects orbiting Earth that no longer serve a purpose.
Ovienmhada, with Danielle Wood, won the grant for "Applying the EVDT Integrated Modeling Framework for Environmental Justice Applications."
Arts at MIT covers the performance for Danielle Wood's course Queer-Feminist-Antiracism and Design for the Future.
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
Supported by a $100 million founding gift, the academy will deepen the integration of design across the Institute and beyond.
Faculty leaders discuss the opportunities and obstacles in developing, scaling, and implementing their work rapidly.
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.
Danielle Wood quoted in "Getting the Big Picture of Biodiversity."
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."
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.
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.
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.
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.
Founded in 2016 and now in our fifth year, we set our sights on space. The Space Exploration Initiative has since grown to 5…
Danielle Wood was featured on a May 2021 Big Think episode discussing bees as a possible solution to sustainable space tech.
Danielle Wood quoted in Science article about how much of Earth's land is still "wild."
The Space Exploration Initiative and Space Enabled research group are participating in this year's Virtual MIT Space Week.
Danielle Wood, Katlyn Turner, and Catherine D'Ignazio talk about The Abuse and Misogynoir Playbook.
Danielle Wood co-authors NASA-funded paper, "The large footprint of small-scale artisanal gold mining in Ghana."
Danielle Wood quoted in Axios article by Miriam Kramer on space flight contests.
Read the new MIT Space Policy Compendium led by Dava Newman with co-authors including Ariel Ekblaw and Danielle Wood.
Danielle Wood quoted in article on the UAE's first deep-space mission.
Danielle Wood highlights the need for space to provide public services.
The Montreal AI Ethics Institute features article co-authored by Katlyn Turner, Danielle Wood & Catherine D'Ignazio
Riley Steindl graduates with a Masters' Degree from MIT's Department of Mechanical Engineering
Danielle Wood publishes "Sustainable Development Goals for Mars" in the Walker Art Center Magazine.
Space research, led by a diverse team of women scientists, will be presented at this year's AIAA Ascend Conference.
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.
On Indigenous People’s Day, Let’s Commit to an Anticolonial Mindset on Earth and in SpaceBy Danielle Wood * Written on 12 …
Author: Scott R. MurrayMedia Lab researcher Kate Turner explores how critical race theory can influence science — and how science can…
Innovation dynamics of emerging co-creation practices: What are the impacts on inclusion?
David Colby Reed, Prathima Muniyappa, M. Regina Apodaca M., Miles Lifson, Seamus Lombardo and Golda Nguyen graduate with Masters degrees.
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
The United Arab Emirates’ Hope orbiter is the Arab world’s first interplanetary spacecraft — and has jump-started science in the country.
Walter Roban has unveiled the five-year Bermuda National Space Strategy created by a team of local and international experts.
Like too many science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields, the aerospace sector in the US is populated mainly by white people.
"Space belongs to all countries—every country deserves equal opportunities to pursue scientific achievement for societal benefit."