Your flexibility, perseverance, and dedication have been nothing short of inspirational.
The physicist, neuroscientist, and PhD candidate creates augmentative technology for children with neurodevelopmental differences.
This has been an extraordinarily challenging period for all of you, and we couldn't be prouder of your accomplishments.
Kristy Johnson was selected as the winner of the slam.
Meet the Labbers, which ran from 2016–2018, was an ongoing audio series that took listeners inside the Media Lab.
Congratulations to the Hugh Hampton Young Fellows, including Affective Computing researcher Kristy Johnson!
Using personalized, naturalistic experiments, the Gabrieli lab is pioneering new approaches to neurodevelopmental differences.
“To really understand curiosity, we need new metrics, or new ways of thinking, or both."
Our new cohort is the most diverse yet—bringing together graduate students from eight Media Lab research groups.
Welcoming three LEGO Papert Fellows and six Learning Innovation Fellows to our new cohort
Reimagining research for life in space
While she has always been very involved in science and engineering, her son greatly influenced her decision to pursue research in this field
On Aug. 15, 25 MIT students and staff members were engaged in a lively lecture and discussion in Building 66 — but the room was completel...
The Media Lab is thrilled to announce our inaugural cohort of Learning Innovation fellows for the 2016–2017 academic year.
"I heard about MIT Media Lab and that they sort of liked misfits, and I was a misfit at that point. "