MIT Technology and Policy Program
  • Allison Shepard

    Energy equity

    Allie Shepard’s ’19, TPP ’23 summer internship in the New York City Mayor’s Office provided a firsthand view of the opportunities for climate change mitigation policy at the city level.... READ MORE
  • Noelle Selin, Farri Gaba, Frank Field

    Going the extra mile

    Farri Gaba TPP ’22 hopes to leverage his experience researching last-mile drone delivery to help solve sociotechnical challenges in sustainable transportation and logistics.... READ MORE
  • Disha Trivedi & Ty Christoff-Tempesta

    Science and Policy in Practice

    MIT students Disha Trivedi and Ty Christoff-Tempesta both participated in TPP-funded internships this past summer at the Massachusetts State House.... READ MORE

TPP addresses societal challenges through research and education at the intersection of technology and policy. Our goal is to mobilize science and engineering to inform intelligent, responsible strategies and policies to benefit communities from local to global.

November 29, 2022

Championing a clean grid

Aaron Schwartz works at the intersection of energy, economics, and policy. He is now a Senior Associate within RMI’s Carbon-Free Electricity program, where he works to accelerate the adoption of clean and cost-effective energy portfolios across the United States and internationally.
November 18, 2022

TPP Alum Danielle Wood on Space Tech

TPP alum Danielle Wood, director of the Space Enabled research group at the Media Lab, discusses space technology and sustainability at the “Bloomberg New Economy Forum.”
November 10, 2022

Policy Hackathon produces new solutions for technology policy challenges

The 2022 MIT Policy Hackathon explored policy solutions to sociotechnical challenges focused on post-pandemic efforts to build a better society, with challenges in cybersecurity, environmental justice, and city planning.

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