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  • Why TED takes two weeks off every summer

    23 juin 2017, par Emily McManus
    TED.com is about to go quiet for two weeks. No new TED Talks will be posted on the web until Monday, July 10, 2017, while most of the TED staff takes our annual two-week vacation. Yes, we all (or almost all) go on vacation at the same time. No, we don’t all go to the same place. We’ve been doing (...)
  • TEDWomen update : Black Lives Matter wins Sydney Peace Prize

    23 juin 2017, par Pat Mitchell
    Cross-posted from TEDWomen curator Pat Mitchell’s blog on the Huffington Post. Last month, the Black Lives Matter movement was awarded the Sydney Peace Prize, a global prize that honors those who pursue “peace with justice.” Past honorees include South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Irish (...)
  • An updated design for TED Talks

    22 juin 2017, par Aaron Weyenberg
    It’s been a few years since the TED Talks video page was last updated, but a new design begins rolling out this week. The update aims to provide a more straightforward viewing experience for mobile devices, improve performance, and surface more ideas we think you'll (...)
  • Listen in on couples therapy with Esther Perel, Tabby’s star dims again, and more

    20 juin 2017, par Julia Dickerson
    Behold, your recap of TED-related news: The truth about couples. Ever wonder what goes on in couples therapy? You may want to tune in to Esther Perel’s new podcast “Where Should We Begin?” Each episode invites the reader to listen to a real session with a real couple working out real issues, from (...)
  • A noninvasive method for deep brain stimulation, a new class of Emerging Explorers, and much more

    20 juin 2017, par Rebekah Barnett
    As usual, the TED community has lots of news to share this week. Below, some highlights. Surface-level brain stimulation. The delivery of an electric current to the part of the brain involved in movement control, known as deep brain stimulation, is sometimes used to treat people with (...)
  • 5 TED Radio Hour episodes that explore what it’s like to be human

    17 juin 2017, par Anna Phelan
    TED Radio Hour started in 2013, and while I’ve only been working on the show for about a year, it’s one of my favorite parts of my job. We work with an incredibly creative team over at NPR, and helping them weave different ideas into a narrative each week adds a whole new dimension to (...)
  • Sneak preview lineup unveiled for Africa’s next TED Conference

    13 juin 2017, par TED Staff
    On August 27, an extraordinary group of people will gather in Arusha, Tanzania, for TEDGlobal 2017, a four-day TED Conference for “those with a genuine interest in the betterment of the continent,” says curator Emeka Okafor. As Okafor puts it: “Africa has an opportunity to reframe the future of (...)
  • Two surprising strategies for effective innovation

    9 juin 2017, par Nadia Goodman
    Picture this: Three kids are given a LEGO set with the pieces to build a fire department. All of them want to build as many new toys as possible. The first kid goes straight for the easy wins. He puts a tiny red hat on a tiny minifig: presto, a firefighter! In this way, he (...)
  • TED Prize winner Sarah Parcak unearths ancient mysteries on “60 Minutes”

    25 mai 2017, par Chelsea Catlett
    What’s the best way to find something lost on the ground, like a historical site from a civilization lost to time? For archaeologist Sarah Parcak, the answer’s obvious — from way up above, using satellites, of course. As a space archaeologist, she’s mapped the lost city of Tanis (of Indiana Jones: (...)
  • Meet the TEDGlobal 2017 Fellows

    23 mai 2017, par TED Staff
    Meet the new class of TEDGlobal 2017 Fellows! Representing 18 countries — including, for the first time in our program, Somalia, Uruguay, Liberia and Zimbabwe — this class clears a high bar of talent, creativity and eccentricity. Among those selected, you’ll find a Somali computer scientist (...)

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