Dr. Marguerite Nyhan is a Post-Doctoral researcher at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Nyhan is based at the SENSEable City Laboratory and leads the urban environmental research team there. With the aim of influencing the design of future cities, she studies interactions between the environment, human populations and urban systems. As environmental health and sustainability are major considerations in her work, Nyhan collaborates with Harvard University’s School of Public Health on a number of studies. Marguerite was a Fulbright-Environmental Protection Agency Awardee in 2013-2014. Her talk will discuss how sensors and data are transforming urban life.