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TED@StateStreet goes boldly toward what’s next: Words to inspire leaders at every level


At TED@StateStreet, Patrice Thompson shares how two generations with very different ideals can work together effectively.

Amanda Palmer on expanding her TED Talk into a book and getting a lesson in vulnerability from Brené Brown


Amanda Palmer’s new book grew out of a simple fact: that she couldn’t cram every relevant story into her 14-minute TED Talk.

How a model of mentorship is helping TEDx grow throughout Iran


Reza Pakravan talks about cycling at TEDxTehran 2014, themed “On the Verge of Breakthrough.” Photo: Ali Taheri It’s not every day that you see a desert cyclist, a Tanbour virtuoso, a Persian literature professor and a health systems expert in the same room together.

Worlds far and near, of the past and of the future: A recap of Session 1 of TEDYouth 2014


Lisa Kaltenegger talks about the “fingerprint” of distant planets at TEDYouth 2014. Photo: Ryan Lash/TED By Cynthia Betubiza, Ella Dawson and Kate Torgovnick May Session 1 of TEDYouth 2014 brought us to many worlds imagined.

TEDYouth 2014, in pictures


TEDYouth 2014 was an explosion of “Worlds Imagined.” On Saturday, November 15, New York students gathered for a day of punchy, inspiring talks that brought them to the Sahara Desert when it was a river wonderland for dinosaurs, to the surface of Mars as the Curiosity Rover makes its way up a mountain, and into the kitchen of a tiny house built by a 14-year-old.

Why we need to build the stuff of science fiction: A teen reporter talks to a music technologist


Engineer and musician Gil Weinberg builds musical robots that improvise. This robotic drumming prosthesis can play beats no human can.

Amanda Palmer on expanding her TED Talk into a book and getting a lesson in vulnerability from Brené Brown


Amanda Palmer’s new book grew out of a simple fact: that she couldn’t cram every relevant story into her 14-minute TED Talk.

TEDYouth 2014, in pictures


TEDYouth 2014 was an explosion of “Worlds Imagined.” On Saturday, November 15, New York students gathered for a day of punchy, inspiring talks that brought them to the Sahara Desert when it was a river wonderland for dinosaurs, to the surface of Mars as the Curiosity Rover makes its way up a mountain, and into the kitchen of a tiny house built by a 14-year-old.

How live interpreters will bring TEDYouth into Spanish and Arabic, in real time


Spanish interpreter Kelly A.K. in the booth at TEDYouth 2012. She and four others will interpret Saturday’s TEDYouth into Spanish and Arabic in real time.

A youth reporter finds out why it’s important to be nice in New York City from etiquette GIFer Nathan W. Pyle


New York etiquette master Nathan W. Pyle is interviewed by 11th grader Lubna Batool. Writer, cartoonist and New York City transplant Nathan W.

A mobster’s daughter wants to talk to teens about guns. A young reporter finds out why


Journalist Jennifer Mascia (left) wrote “The Gun Report” for The New York Times. Here, she is interviewed by 11th grade youth reporter, Olivia Shaw (right).

Worlds far and near, of the past and of the future: A recap of Session 1 of TEDYouth 2014


Lisa Kaltenegger talks about the “fingerprint” of distant planets at TEDYouth 2014. Photo: Ryan Lash/TED By Cynthia Betubiza, Ella Dawson and Kate Torgovnick May Session 1 of TEDYouth 2014 brought us to many worlds imagined.

Rhythmic robots, tiny houses, healing leeches: A recap of Session 2 of TEDYouth 2014


Kenneth Shinozuka shows his very cool invention, with the help of a sock model. Photo: Ryan Lash/TED By Cynthia Betubiza, Ella Dawson and Kate Torgovnick May Session 2 of TEDYouth 2014 offered talks to rouse the spirit and a few to gross you out.

Funky words and photos from Mars: A recap of Session 3 from TEDYouth 2014


A great way to see how a jellyfish moves? Luminescent dye, as shown by Kakani Katija. Photo: Ryan Lash/TED The final session of TEDYouth 2014 focuses on what makes us human — the way we talk, the way we walk, the words we sing, the waves we surf.  How jellyfish swim.

Funky words and photos from Mars: A recap of Session 3 from TEDYouth 2014


A great way to see how a jellyfish moves? Luminescent dye, as shown by Kakani Katija. Photo: Ryan Lash/TED The final session of TEDYouth 2014 focuses on what makes us human — the way we talk, the way we walk, the words we sing, the waves we surf.  Want to watch for yourself?

Mobility in its many forms: Inspiring words from the TEDCity2.0 Salon


Amanda Boxtel has been in a wheelchair for more than two decades. At the TEDCity2.0 Salon, she showed how a bionic exoskeleton suit helps her walk.

Mobility in its many forms: Inspiring words from the TEDCity2.0 Salon


Amanda Boxtel has been in a wheelchair for more than two decades. At the TEDCity2.0 Salon, she showed how a bionic exoskeleton suit helps her walk.

7 StoryCorps stories that Dave Isay just can’t get out of his head


StoryCorps brings together individuals for in-depth interviews. Some of Dave Isay’s favorite pairings: (from left) Kirk and Ryan Sharp, a father and his veteran son; Mary Johnson and Oshea Israel, a mother and the man who murdered her child; Lyle Link and Carly Dreher, grandfather and granddaughter.

7 StoryCorps stories that Dave Isay just can’t get out of his head


StoryCorps brings together individuals for in-depth interviews. Some of Dave Isay’s favorite pairings: (from left) Kirk and Ryan Sharp, a father and his veteran son; Mary Johnson and Oshea Israel, a mother and the man who murdered her child; Lyle Link and Carly Dreher, grandfather and granddaughter.

Announcing our TED Prize 2015 winner: Dave Isay of StoryCorps


Dave Isay of StoryCorps is the winner of the 2015 TED Prize. On March 17, he’ll reveal his wish. Photo: StoryCorps “I’m a storyteller.” It’s a sentence that can be found in a wide variety of TED Talks — because, really, it is the heart of what we do.


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