Common Ground | Tedx: 'How far are you willing to go?' The Wenatchee World Online “How far are you willing to go?” asked Dr. Gene Sharratt at the conclusion of the inaugural TEDx Wenatchee Valley event on Thursday afternoon.
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TEDxYouth: Irvine scientist's troubles with “R's” and “L's" led to his research OCRegister (subscription) In this file photo, Sarai Loyola, left, and Trina Sarkar, both students on the Youth Council of the Irvine-based TEDxYouth@BommerCanyon pose...
Time capsules normally illustrate the current state, but what if they illustrated images for possible futures? Attendees at the 2014 TEDActive conference collaboratively filled four time capsules, each depicting one of four paths ...
In this impassioned and often hilarious talk from TEDxGabriolaIsland, Sheila Norgate shows how, despite the achievements of the feminist movement over the past century, old views persist, drawing evidence from “perfect” bodies on the covers of...
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