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Chris Bliss explains how comedy facilitates communication about topics such as race, religion, politics and sexuality. Video
Magnus Carlsen is the best in the world, the youngest #1 ever and nobody knows how he does what he does. Video
Jack Horner has been cutting open the bones of his own dinosaurs and has made some very surprising findings. Video
Adele never imagined that the songs she wrote about the men whose love she's lost would make her so famous. Video
Nicholas Negroponte has some interesting observations about the use of personal computers as a pedagogical medium.
Shawn Achor explains that only by reversing the formula for happiness and success will we find the secret to better work.
Bill Doyle introduces an alternative to surgery, radiation and chemotherapy in fighting cancer - Tumor Treating Fields.
Brian Goldman is on a campaign to get the medical profession to admit, talk about and learn from their mistakes.
Sonaar Luthra presents the Water Canary and discusses the critical need for us to be able to test water for safey.
Clay Shirky exposes the threats by the media industry to take away our freedom to create, discuss, link and share content.
Jake Barnett was diagnosed with autism when he was two years old. He's now a happy, 13 year old college sophomore.
Sam Eshaghoff tells how he started a business taking exams for other students and ended up getting arrested.
Paddy Ashdown explains how, for the first time in history, we have to face the fact that we share a destiny with our enemy.
In this video I explain macro photography and how this type of photography changes the way you see the world around you.
Alex Honnold is a free-soloist which means he climbs with absolutely no protection. You have to watch the video.
Wilson A. Bentley was the first person in the world to look at a snowflake under a microscope and then photograph it.
In a funny TEDxTalk Klaus Stadlmann explains how he came up with the idea to invent the world's smallest 3D Printer.
Stefon Harris explains that on the bandstand they don't see mistakes as mistakes. In jazz "mistakes" are opportunities.
Christine Lagarde is the head of the International Money Fund. But this is only a small part of the story of her career.
Nathan Myhrvold has used a number of his many skills to create the ultimate cook book to explain the science of cooking.
Luis von Ahn's latest experiment in massive-scale online collaboration is an attempt to translate the entire web.
Louie Schwartzberg, through his words and video, asks us to open our hearts to the incredible gifts that civilisation gives us.
Phil Plait gives a funny talk about the day an asteroid elimated the dinosaurs from earth and how we can avoid the same fate.
Cynthia Kenyon sees a future where people will live longer while staying young. We will still get old but we won't look old.
Alexander Tsiaras uses a micromagnetic resin imaging machine to view a human being from conception to birth.
Charlie Todd takes his group "Improve Everywhere" to public areas to create absurd and humorous scenes.
Aparna Rao uses ordinary things to create high-tech art such as an ordinary typewriter that can send an email.
Kina Grannis and a group of friends, made a music video created entirely out of jelly beans. It was truly a labor of love.
Anna Mracek Dietrich has a plane you can drive. It's been a long time in coming but she says it was well worth the wait.
Justin Hall-Tipping invisions a world where energy will be free and the grid will be no grid. The secret is the simple electron.