Daniel Wilson is a Principal Investigator at Project Zero and Senior Lecturer at the Harvard Graduate School of Education (HGSE). His current teaching and research explore the dynamics of collaboration and group learning, designing physical places that support learning, and adult learning and leadership in the workplace. He is a former Director of Project Zero (2014-2023) and Faculty Chair of “Learning Environments for Tomorrow”, a joint institute between HGSE and Harvard Graduate School of Design. Since joining Project Zero as a researcher in 1993, Daniel has participated in dozens of research projects and collaborated with educators in a variety of countries and cultural contexts. When not working he can be found playing drums and percussion with a local band, brushing up on his Spanish, and enjoying his daughter and son, Mari and Nicolai, with his wife and former Project Zero colleague, Terri Turner.