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Meet the Fall 2016 class of TED Residents


TED Residents Susan Bird, Torin Perez and Che Grayson from our first cohort of TED Residents. Photo: Dian Lofton/TED On September 12, TED welcomed its latest class of the TED Residency program, an in-house incubator for breakthrough ideas.

TEDWomen Update: Memory Banda and a warrior’s cry against child marriage

Over the years, we’ve had so many wonderful and moving talks at the TEDWomen conference, but perhaps one of the most striking was Malawi activist Memory Banda.

Meet the Fall 2016 class of TED Residents


TED Residents Susan Bird, Torin Perez and Che Grayson from our first cohort of TED Residents. Photo: Dian Lofton/TED On September 12, TED welcomed its latest class of the TED Residency program, an in-house incubator for breakthrough ideas.

Thinking differently about the election at TEDNYC: The Election Edition


TED curators Kelly Stoetzel and Helen Walters host the very first TEDNYC event in New York, NY, on September 7, 2016.

“What if?” The talks of TED@UPS


What if traffic flowed through our streets as smoothly and powerfully as blood flowed through our veins?

A 3D printed dress for the Paralympics, biodiversity in the heart of the city, and a camera that can read a closed book


As usual, the TED community has lots of news to share this week. Below, some highlights. Man vs. machine?

TEDWomen 2016 speaker lineup announced!


Curator and host Pat Mitchell introduces a session of TEDWomen. This year’s speaker lineup features 40+ women and men from many fields, all speaking to the theme: It’s About Time.

Thinking differently about the election at TEDNYC: The Election Edition


TED curators Kelly Stoetzel and Helen Walters host the very first TEDNYC event in New York, NY, on September 7, 2016.

Sylvia Earle introduces President Obama to a newly discovered fish named after him

The United States has long been known for its national parks. But last month, Barack Obama created a single marine reserve that covers significantly more area than all of them, combined.

UV light for gene editing, the unfinished business of gender equality, and a new method for producing metals


As usual, the TED community has lots of news to share this week. Below, some highlights. Flip the switch.

A TED Talk from a war zone


A view over the Old Square of Homs, looking towards the Old Souk, taken from the remains of Marwa and Ghassan’s destroyed architecture studio.

5 talks for Women’s Equality Day

Today marks the 45th anniversary of Women’s Equality Day, which was designated in 1971 to celebrate the passage of the 19th Amendment, which gave women the right to vote in 1920.

Boyd Varty on Nelson Mandela and tracking your life’s purpose


December 5, 2013, was one of the most memorable days at TEDWomen — and everywhere else in the world, too.

Have an anonymous TED Talk? We want to hear it.

Cross-posted from Chris Anderson on Medium Today you may have heard that TED announced a rather unusual experiment with Audible.

How Jane Chen built a better baby warmer — and a thriving business


In her 2013 TEDWomen Talk, entrepreneur (and TED Fellow) Jane Chen noted that “there are 15 million pre-term and underweight babies born every year around the world, and one of the biggest problems they face is staying warm.” Premature babies can’t properly regulate their body temperatures and need an incubator in order for their organs to develop properly.

Forecasting crime in Rio de Janeiro, a new Marvel comic, and an Airbnb to rejuvenate a rural community


The TED community has been very busy over the past few weeks. Below, some newsy highlights. Crime forecasting in Rio.

A TEDWomen update: Hanna Rosin on the ‘End of Men’

Cross-posted from TEDWomen curator Pat Mitchell’s blog on the Huffington Post. When Hanna Rosin, the first speaker at the very first TEDWomen conference in 2010, delivered her talk she had titled “The End of Men,” she had only just begun the research for what became her bestselling 2012 book by the same name.

Organizing principles: Notes from Session 5 of TEDSummit


Do we have the vision and the energy to confront seemingly impossible problems — like predatory corporations, political deadlock, the wasted potential of millions of refugees?

A TED talk from a war zone


A view over the Old Square of Homs, looking towards the Old Souk, taken from the remains of Marwa and Ghassan’s destroyed architecture studio.

Giant Olympic athletes take flight over Rio in JR’s latest work


Sudanese high jumper Mohamed Younes Idriss had to miss the Olympics this year because of an injury. But he towers over Rio de Janeiro, his back curving atop a high-rise building, in JR’s latest large-scale work.


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