Tag: Science

Atom Scale Manufacturing: The Path to Ultimate Green Technologies | Robert Wolkow | TEDxYYC

Manufacturing with atoms has been the siren's call for many researchers who believed it was the key that could unlock enormous new potential in how we build things. We could develop products that are perfectly precise, contain zero waste and...

/ September 21, 2019

Walking in search of the metre | Sara Morawetz | TEDxSydney

What is a metre –– is it approximately an arm’s length? An average stride? Or is it something more –– something scientific? Artist Sara Morawetz embarked on a journey to find out –– walking for 112 days along the length...

/ September 20, 2019

Так есть ли жизнь на Марсе? | Алия Прокофьева | TEDxSolnechnyOstrov

Алия родилась в семье астрофизиков и с детства «болела» космосом. Сегодня она — визионер, толкающий вперёд частную космонавтику в России. Прокофьева — глава международной космической инициативы GALAKTIKA, направленной на создание первого города в космосе и наземного космического центра. Алия –...

/ September 20, 2019

Практическая эволюция | Михаил Гельфанд | TEDxSolnechnyOstrov

Биоинформатик, доктоh биологических наук, биофизик, замдиректора ИППИ, профессор, руководитель программы "Биотихнологии" Сколтех. Тема: "Зачем изучать эволюцию" Что такое эволюция? прав ли был Дарвин? Продолжаем ли мы эволюционировать и что нас ждет? Спикер раскроет тему эволюции и объяснит как микроорганизмы продолжают...

/ September 20, 2019

How to eat ketchup on Mars | Sarah Kessans | TEDxChristchurch

If we want to become a multi-planetary species, we're going to have to figure out how to eat on our new homes. In this accessible yet educational talk, Dr Sarah Kessans shares how advances in genetic engineering, and our ability...

/ September 19, 2019

Discovering Exploration | Shawna Pandya | TEDxISU

From testing spacesuits in microgravity to conducting science on the ocean floor to simulating “real life on fake Mars” in the Utah desert, we live on an orb of innumerable mysteries, all waiting to be uncovered. We should feel more...

/ September 19, 2019

The old man in a lab coat – Smashing stereotypes in science | Kylie Walker | TEDxMelbourne

The world still sees the stereotype of a scientist as an old man in a lab coat - and this is having a negative effect on the number of girls pursuing a career in science compared to boys. Kylie Walker,...

/ September 18, 2019

The power we grant technology | Borja Barranco | TEDxSotoSchool

This is a speech about the power technology holds on today's society and the importance of handling it responsibly. Borja is driven to do this speech because as a member of the future generation he intends to inform people of...

/ September 18, 2019

Nevyzpytatelné jsou cesty prokrastinace | Jiří Zemánek | TEDxBudweis

Lidé se cítí díky různým koučům a motivačním řečníkům provinile, když prokrastinují, ale prokrastinace může být užitečná. Bez ní bychom neměli třeba penicilín nebo GPS. Jirka díky odkládání mohl ukázat své vynálezy Shakiře a dostal se k organizaci festivalu novodobých...

/ September 17, 2019

How limitless are we? | Gabe Sareli | TEDxPineCrestSchool

Gabe Sareli offers insights about how to push beyond the limits. Gabe Sareli is a member of the Pine Crest School class of 2020. Gabe Sareli is a member of the Pine Crest School class of 2020. This talk was...

/ September 17, 2019

Driving Inclusion Through AI | Charmaine Lewis-Wali | TEDxPodarInternationalSchool

Technology is a ubiquitous part of everyone’s lives today. It breaks down barriers and embraces diversity and inclusion. Charmaine’s talk is centered around how AI can be used in the workplace, at school, and at home to drive accessibility thereby...

/ September 17, 2019

From Puttur to Planet | Swasthik Padma | TEDxAIIMSBhubaneswar

Swasthik Padma an 18 year old prodigy from a small town in Karnataka,India finds solutions to modern day problems like plastic waste management and water scarcity by thinking out of the box.He shares his journey from making tools for farmers...

/ September 16, 2019

Giving our bodies to science | Dr Gagandeep Kang | TEDxAIIMSBhubaneswar

Dr. Gagandeep Kang recollects the ethical challenges of research she's seen in all her years - and redefines throwing yourself into your work. With the just the right amount of determination, cynicism, dry humour, and that spark of inspiration, Dr....

/ September 16, 2019

Toilet revolution | Harald Gründl | TEDxDornbirn

The Blue Diversion Toilet was developed mainly because the problem with nitrogen in the waters is growing in Europe. Harald Gründl has been researching urine separation with EOOS since 2009 in collaboration with the Swiss Water Research Institute of the...

/ September 16, 2019

Frontiers and Innovations in Cardiac Research | Laman Gray | TEDxWesleyanU

Heart failures are gradually becoming a ubiquitous part of our society but recent innovations in cardiac technologies provide a lot of promise for the future. These innovations may induce drastic changes for coming generations. Dr. Laman Gray talks about groundbreaking...

/ September 16, 2019

Brain Computer Interface: Bypassing Neuromuscular Traffic Jams | Gaurav Mittal | TEDxYouth@Lancaster

Combining his passions for engineering and technology, Gaurav created his own BCI, brain-computer interface. The sixteen year old Senior Champion of the 2019 North Museum Science and Engineering Fair made a stand-alone prosthetic hand move just by thinking. In his...

/ September 16, 2019

Science v. Society | Maryam Al Ketbi | TEDxYouth@DubaiCollege

Being an Emirati woman and choosing a scientific career has met innumerable hurdles in the past. Maryam, a fellow millennial, talks about advancements in the perception of science, and the obstacles society imposes. Be it with the people practising the...

/ September 16, 2019

Criminology: An Overview | Dr Mohammad Rahim Kamaluddin | TEDxHeriotWattUMalaysia

Would you ever steal, if given the chance? If your answer is no, join us and let Dr Rahim shed some light on what you would really do if the opportunity arises. As a criminologist, he is well renowned for...

/ September 16, 2019

The Science of Competition | Dr Jasmine Hue | TEDxHeriotWattUMalaysia

The Science of Competition: Winning is Secondary, Learning is Primary Competitiveness, or the art of being kiasu, has always been part of the Malaysian culture. You can see it everywhere in this country; from the students in class to queues...

/ September 16, 2019

Beyin ve Cinsiyetli Kimlik | Alkım Seven | TEDxAnkaraUniversity

Amigdala nedir ? Beynimiz bizi yönlendiriyor mu ? Beyin ve toplumsal cinsiyet ilişkisini ve daha bir çok konuyu Nöropsikolog Alkım Seven anlatıyor. Nöropsikolog Alkım Seven TEDxAnkaraUniversity'de! 1985 yılı İzmir doğumludur. 2003 yılında İzmir’de Konak Anadolu Lisesi’ni bitirdikten sonra devlet burslu...

/ September 16, 2019