Tag: TED2010

10 Apr

Natalie Merchant Sings A Poem To Life

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And now, some music. Here, Natalie Merchant sings a near-forgotten 19th-century poem to life:

21 Mar

Mark Roth: Suspended Animation, Immortality & Trauma

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Biochemist Mark Roth reawakens (pardon the pun) the field of suspended animation: the art of shutting down life processes and then starting them up again. It’s more possible and applicable to humans than we think: ps they’re in human trials!!!

15 Mar

LXD: The Next Evolution of Dance

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“No special effects. No wires. Real people. Real powers.” “Dance has never had a better friend than technology…” – John Chu Start this week with a buzz with this TED ‘talk’ on the LXD: The Legion of Extraordinary Dancers, filmmaker John Chu…and the next evolution of dance.

28 Feb

Temple Grandin: On Autism & Many Kinds of Minds

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“The world is going to need all these different kinds of minds working together. We’ve got to work on developing all these different kinds of minds” Temple Grandin is a Dr, a specialist in designing animal handling systems, and also autistic. Listen to her thoughts about how the world needs many kind of minds, and [...]

21 Feb

Bill Gates’ Vision for Zero Emissions

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Arguably one of the most important talks from TED2010, watch as Bill Gates unveils his vision for the world’s energy future: Zero carbon emissions globally by 2050. You can also read Bill’s reflections on the experience of talking at TED here

12 Feb

Jamie Oliver’s TED Prize Wish: Teach Every Child About Food

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Watch as Jamie Oliver , the 2010 TED Prize winner, shares his wish for a food revolution – to transform how we feed ourselves and our children: PS TED2010 is happening right now! Watch and keep up to date with TED2010 as it happens here