I took an early morning stroll today through the world famous Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). It is just across the Harvard Bridge, about a 30min walk or a 10min bike ride from me, in Cambridge, Massachusetts. I thought I'd give everyone a photo tour of its high-tech campus. The Stata Center, designed by Pritzker Prize architect Frank Gehry, opened in 2004. It is the home of the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL), the Laboratory for Information and Decision Systems (LIDS), and the Department of Linguistics and Philosophy. MIT Media Lab, designed by Pritzker Price architect I.M. Pei (better known for the Louvre glass pyramids and the Bank of China tower in Hong Kong), open in 1985. It is home to host the List Visual Arts Center, the School of Architecture and Planning’s Program in Art, Culture and Technology (ACT), and MIT’s Program in Comparative Media Studies. I noticed this bicycle repair station next to its entrance. Cool idea. The Department of Chemical Engineering on the left, connected by a sky walk to MIT Biology. Heading north on Ames St. Up the road on Ames St. and Main St. is the David H. Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research. They had a public gallery that displayed scanning electron microscope artworks. Hope you guys enjoyed the photos. Check out the full-res versions here.