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Laura Maria Gonzalez is a researcher with a focus on generative design, additive manufacturing, and synthetic biology. Her work, which has integrated science and technology with design principles, has explored new possibilities in fields like architecture, materials science, and digital fabrication. Her research has been published in Nature Biotechnology, and her designs have been featured in Designboom, STIRpad, and Casa Vogue.


Previously a teaching fellow at MIT and a researcher at the MIT Media Lab, Laura has also gained professional experience at the leading architectural firm Skidmore, Owings, and Merrill. She holds a Master of Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a Bachelor of Architecture from Carnegie Mellon University. With a commitment to innovation and the advancement of interdisciplinary design and technology, Laura Maria Gonzalez bridges disciplines, sparking new pathways in design.


Email: lmzalez[at]

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