CBA News & Notes
February 28, 2014
CBA is hosting a symposium on Bits ↔ Biology on May 1:
This will gather researchers converting digital data to and from biological systems. The meeting is open, but registration is required.
We ran a fab lab again at the World Economic Forum in Davos; here's some of the coverage:
This year's lab was based on machines made in fab labs:
CBA's work on the Internet of Things appeared in Foreign Affairs:
and on Science Friday:
CBA researchers are part of a team that received an award from the Knight Foundation to create an Open Humans Network:
We're pleased to welcome VSP Global as CBA's newest sponsor:
VSP Global's companies are leaders in eye care, eyewear, practice software and ophthalmic solutions, and will be working with us on optical rapid-prototyping and wearable instrumentation.
CBA projects are featured in a special issue of MIT's Spectrum magazine on the future of cities:
CBA will be co-hosting Barcelona's chief architect Vicente Guallart for a lecture on March 7 on self-sufficient cities:
On April 19 as part of this year's Cambridge Science Festival, Neil Gershenfeld will talk about science in popular media at the MIT Museum:
The annual Edge question prompted responses from a number of CBA's researchers and alums, on "What scientific idea is ready for retirement?":
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