Media lab

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Media lab is a term used for several types of spaces and organizations that work in the fields of art, technology, and new media. It can refer to:

University media labs[edit]

  • MIT Media Lab, academic institution within the School of Architecture and Planning at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology
  • Médialab, a Sciences Po research center based in Paris, France, dealing with data and IT-based mutations in society
  • Media Lab Europe, European partner of the MIT Media Lab based in Dublin, Ireland, operated from July 2000 to January 2005
  • Media Lab Helsinki, digital design studio in Aalto University

Other organizations[edit]