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Write Science

Curated to spark thought-provoking ideas and engaging conversations, this program series offers the opportunity to meet leading writers in science, technology and art.

Free with Museum admission. Pre-registration not required or available.
Seating is limited so early arrival is suggested.

Mapping Cities in Motion

Join us for an engaging talk with MIT Senseable City Lab co-founder Carlo Ratti and Harvard architecture historian Antoine Picon as they discuss their new book Atlas of the Senseable City. Learn how the growth of digital mapping, spurred by sensing technologies, is affecting cities and daily lives. The program will be moderated by Nicholas de Monchaux.

Copies of the book will be available for purchase and signing after the event.

Free with museum admission.

And while at the Museum, don't miss the Mapping the [In]visible installation now on view.

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Antoine Picon

Author, Professor of the History of Architecture and Technology, Harvard Graduate School of Design
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Carlo Ratti

Author, Professor of Practice of Urban Technologies and Planning, MIT

Nicholas de Monchaux

Moderator, Professor and Head of Architecture, MIT

Past Sessions