Senseable City Lab visualizes 20 years of data to show how students, faculty, and scholars join MIT from all over the world
Academics without borders
MIT professor wants public health advocates to think big about future trends
3Q: Mariana Arcaya on the drivers of health inequality
New open-source website features blueprints for lab-on-a-chip devices
Microfluidics for the masses
A new exhibition at the Dean's Office Gallery features ACT alumni
In Our Present Condition… recent work by visual arts alumni
A new exhibition at the Dean's Office Gallery features ACT alumni
In Our Present Condition… recent work by visual arts alumni
New surgical technique developed by MIT Media Lab researchers could help amputees sense and control artificial limbs
Making prosthetic limbs feel more natural
Five of this year's funded projects that engage original ideas in architecture are from SA+P faculty, students, and alumni
SA+P community members win Graham grants
New York City event invites DUSP alumni and alumnae to reconnect and share their work
"DUSPx: Connections" brings together DUSP alumni/ae and students
Venture accelerator DesignX unleashes entrepreneurs’ ideas to transform the built environment
Design innovations for improved life in cities
This year's winners of the Schnitzer Prize in the visual arts are all students from the School of Architecture and Planning
2017 Schnitzer prize-winners
Author of “Blue Skies over Beijing” links Chinese air quality and urban development
3Q: Siqi Zheng on air quality and urban development in China
Ventilating flaps lined with live cells open and close in response to an athlete’s sweat
Researchers design moisture-responsive workout suit
SA+P recognizes staff that have made exceptional contributions to their academic units, the school, and the Institute
2017 Infinite Mile Awards
CRE’s Albert Saiz on worldwide trends affecting housing, commercial real estate, and investment in the built environment
3Q: How urbanization and revolutionary innovation are shaping global real estate
Scratch Day @ MIT was one of more than 800 global events during May to celebrate the kids’ programming language and online community on its 10th anniversary
Celebrating 10 years of Scratch
Technology developed at the MIT Media Lab could enable faster, cheaper, more adaptable building construction
3-D printing offers new approach to making buildings
Architecture's Brandon Clifford has been awarded The Founders Rome Prize fellowship for 2017-2018 from the American Academy in Rome
Brandon Clifford wins 2017 Rome Prize
QS World University Rankings place MIT No. 1 in 12 of 46 subject areas
MIT named No. 1 university worldwide for architecture/built environment, No. 2 for art and design
MIT’s Kristel Smentek studies art, collectors, and commerce in new ways
The art of the dealers
Advisor to $1.4 billion state plan sees health care as foundation for “Vital Brooklyn”
3Q: J. Phillip Thompson on revitalizing Central Brooklyn
Scholars at MIT and in Mexico collaborate on projects spanning design, technology, and art
Engaged neighbors
Scholars at MIT and in Mexico collaborate on projects spanning design, technology, and art
Engaged neighbors
MIT Media Lab event, Beyond the Cradle, launches a new initiative to explore the final frontier
Media Lab sets sights on space
Study of post-harvest storage technology use in Uganda assesses potential for farmer adoption, identifies supply chain challenges and solutions
CITE informs World Food Program work to reduce post-harvest losses
Initiative links MIT with São Paulo research centers to study affordability and accessibility
New collaboration explores the future of urban housing in Brazil
Learn more about the SA+P community’s commitment to building a better world.
The MIT Campaign for a Better World
School of Architecture and Planning will develop curriculum, courses for Dubai Institute of Design and Innovation
MIT to help Dubai launch a new undergraduate institution focused on design