2022: In the media
Machine learning and the arts: A creative continuum
CAST Visiting Artist Andreas Refsgaard engages the MIT community in the ethics and play of creative coding.
Celebrating open data
New prize program recognizes MIT researchers who make data openly accessible and reusable.
Uncovering the rich connections between South Asia and MIT
Showcased in a new exhibit, student research explores the long history of South Asians at the Institute.
MIT Libraries staff honored with 2022 Infinite Mile Awards
Seventeen staffers lauded for providing outstanding service, supporting their colleagues, and exemplifying the Libraries’ values.
Novelist Elizabeth Acevedo’s work reflects the rich stories, traditions, and cultures of the Caribbean diaspora
MIT Reads event moderated by Nailah J. Smith ’22 delights MIT audience.
In the history lab, delving into the South Asian experience at MIT
Students in 21H.S04 explore stories of students and faculty from South Asia via oral histories and the Institute Archives/Distinctive Collections.
MIT Highlights Distinctive Collections Through “A Lab of One’s Own” Video Game
Distinctive Collections has upped the creativity factor with an immersive video game that allows players to discover archival materials telling the stories of women from MIT’s history.
MIT Hayden Memorial Library by Kennedy & Violich Architecture
Kennedy & Violich bring a new vision to the Hayden Library at MIT
Immersive video game explores the history of women at MIT
“A Lab of One’s Own” invites players to engage with archival materials in a virtual environment.
How European Royals Once Shared Their Most Important Secrets
The New York Times
Recent research highlights the use of letterlocking techniques by Queen Elizabeth, Catherine de’ Medici and Mary Queen of Scots.