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MIT Innovation for The Good Life

I love doing assignments at MIT because there are always interesting stories that come out of their labs and the personalities that they attract. This latest project was a two-day shoot for The Good Life, a culture magazine in France.

Working with the writer, Sophie Caulier, was a lot of fun. She’s been writing about technology and innovation around the world for many years. We talked to professors in many different departments.

A research laboratory in the new MIT.nano building.
Portrait of Prof. Canan Dagdeviren at the MIT Media Lab
Researchers working with Prof. Canan Dagdeviren at the MIT Media Lab

MIT: accélérateur d’innovation

L’une des universités les mieux classées au monde, le MIT, se distingue par les relations étroites qu’elle cultive entre enseignement, recherche et innovation, ses trois missions depuis sa création, en 1861, à Boston. The Good Life s’est envolé au Massachusetts pour vous en dire plus.

The MIT Stata Center
Portrait of Prof. Vladimir Bulovic at MIT.nano. Vladimir Bulovic, MIT.nano Director, engineering professor, inventor, tech entrepreneur.
Prof. Muriel Médard on October 24, 2021 in Boston, Massachusetts. Muriel Médard is the NEC Professor of Software Science and Engineering in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) Department at MIT, where she leads the Network Coding and Reliable Communications Group in the Research Laboratory for Electronics at MIT.
Hanglong Wu and Aubrey Penn work with a Field Emission Transmission Electron Microscope in the MIT.nano building
Researchers working with Prof. Canan Dagdeviren at the MIT Media Lab
Exhibits at the new MIT museum