“Every building is ultimately a compromise” involving many stakeholders, says architectural historian Timothy Hyde.
Uncovering links between architecture, politics, and society
SA+P alumni and faculty team up to create an ecologically restorative urban waterfront.
Tekuma Frenchman designs new marine city in China
System could help with diagnosing and treating noncommunicative patients.
Detecting patients’ pain levels via their brain signals
DUSP's Mariana Arcaya examines health disparities within metro areas.
Health, wealth, and cities
Now SA+P’s head of HR, she brings 30 years of service across the Institute.
Ramona Allen named vice president for human resources
Submerged system uses the vibration of “piezoelectric” materials to generate power and send and receive data.
A battery-free sensor for underwater exploration
SA+P alum-founded spinoff aims to improve human mobility with autonomous transportation systems.
Optimus Ride’s autonomous system makes self-driving vehicles a reality
SA+P has launched a new website displaying projects from the "2019 SA+P Thesis Show" currently on view in Gallery 9. Visit the website to view thesis explorations by graduate students in architecture, urban design and planning, art, media studies, and real estate.
New website presents thesis work from across SA+P
Researchers hope the system can zero in on the right patients to enroll in clinical trials, to speed discovery of drug treatments.
Model predicts cognitive decline due to Alzheimer’s, up to two years out
MIT has been ranked the top university in the world in the QS World University Rankings for 2019-20.
QS ranks MIT the world’s No. 1 university for 2019-20
Mobile motor could pave the way for robots to assemble complex structures—including other robots.
Tiny motor can “walk” to carry out tasks
Study finds online restaurant information can closely predict key neighborhood indicators, in lieu of other data.
Why urban planners should pay attention to restaurant-review sites
“I’m interested in the peaceful coexistence of communities,” says PhD student Babak Manouchehrifar, who left his home country of Iran to study at MIT.
When religion meets secularism in urban planning
Dean of MIT's School of Architecture and Planning will curate the global showcase for architectural work.
Hashim Sarkis named curator of 2020 Venice Biennale Architecture Exhibition
Community-driven selection of project architect opens opportunities to imagine new life for historic building as future home for School of Architecture and Planning.
Met Warehouse renovation planning takes an exciting next step