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  1. An app that helps incarcerated people stay connected to their families | Marcus Bullock2019/10/18
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  2. How a handful of fishing villages sparked a marine conservation revolution | Alasdair Harris2019/10/17
    We need a radically new approach to ocean conservation, says marine biologist Alasdair Harris. In a visionary talk, he lays out a surprising solution to the problem of overfishing that could both revive marine life and rebuild local fisheries -- all by taking less from the ocean. "When we design it right, marine conservation reaps dividends that go far beyond protecting nature," he says.
  3. A circular economy for salt that keeps rivers clean | Tina Arrowood2019/10/16
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  4. The psychological impact of child separation at the US-Mexico border | Luis H. Zayas2019/10/15
    How does psychological trauma affect children's developing brains? In this powerful talk, social worker Luis H. Zayas discusses his work with refugees and asylum-seeking families at the US-Mexico border. What emerges is a stunning analysis of the long-term impact of the US's controversial detention and child separation policies -- and practical steps for how the country can do better.
  5. How we can eliminate child sexual abuse material from the internet | Julie Cordua2019/10/15
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  6. After billions of years of monotony, the universe is waking up | David Deutsch2019/10/14
    Theoretical physicist David Deutsch delivers a mind-bending meditation on the "great monotony" -- the idea that nothing novel has appeared in the universe for billions of years -- and shows how humanity's capacity to create explanatory knowledge could be the thing that bucks this trend. "Humans are not playthings of cosmic forces," he says. "We are users of cosmic forces."
  7. The psychology of your future self | Dan Gilbert2019/10/11
    "Human beings are works in progress that mistakenly think they're finished." Dan Gilbert shares recent research on a phenomenon he calls the "end of history illusion," where we somehow imagine that the person we are right now is the person we'll be for the rest of time. Hint: that's not the case.
  8. What Bruce Lee can teach us about living fully | Shannon Lee2019/10/10
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  9. How we're using DNA tech to help farmers fight crop diseases | Laura Boykin2019/10/10
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  10. A personal plea for humanity at the US-Mexico border | Juan Enriquez2019/10/09
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  11. A radical plan to end plastic waste | Andrew Forrest2019/10/08
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  12. How we're helping local reporters turn important stories into national news | Gangadhar Patil2019/10/08
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  13. The transformative power of video games | Herman Narula2019/10/08
    A full third of the world's population -- 2.6 billion people -- play video games, plugging into massive networks of interaction that have opened up opportunities well beyond entertainment. In a talk about the future of the medium, entrepreneur Herman Narula makes the case for a new understanding of gaming -- one that includes the power to create new worlds, connect people and shape the economy.
  14. This ancient rock is changing our theory on the origin of life | Tara Djokic2019/10/07
    Exactly when and where did life on Earth begin? Scientists have long thought that it emerged three billion years ago in the ocean -- until astrobiologist Tara Djokic and her team made an unexpected discovery in the western Australian desert. Learn how an ancient rock found near a hot volcanic pool is shifting our understanding of the origin-of-life puzzle.
  15. Reducing corruption takes a specific kind of investment | Efosa Ojomo2019/10/04
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  16. What happens in your brain when you taste food | Camilla Arndal Andersen2019/10/03
    With fascinating research and hilarious anecdotes, neuroscientist Camilla Arndal Andersen takes us into the lab where she studies people's sense of taste via brain scans. She reveals surprising insights about the way our brains subconsciously experience food -- and shows how this data could help us eat healthier without sacrificing taste.
  17. What the US health care system assumes about you | Mitchell Katz2019/10/02
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  18. How community-led conservation can save wildlife | Moreangels Mbizah2019/10/01
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  19. Why you should shop at your local farmers market | Mohammad Modarres2019/10/01
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  20. Four billion years of evolution in six minutes | Prosanta Chakrabarty2019/09/30
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  21. You may be accidentally investing in cigarette companies | Bronwyn King2019/09/27
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  22. A wall won't solve America's border problems | Will Hurd2019/09/26
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  23. How we're building the world's largest family tree | Yaniv Erlich2019/09/25
    Computational geneticist Yaniv Erlich helped build the world's largest family tree -- comprising 13 million people and going back more than 500 years. He shares fascinating patterns that emerged from the work -- about our love lives, our health, even decades-old criminal cases -- and shows how crowdsourced genealogy databases can shed light not only on the past but also on the future.
  24. How couples can sustain a strong sexual connection for a lifetime | Emily Nagoski2019/09/24
    As a sex educator, Emily Nagoski is often asked: How do couples sustain a strong sexual connection over the long term? In this funny, insightful talk, she shares her answer -- drawing on (somewhat surprising) research to reveal why some couples stop having sex while others keep up a connection for a lifetime.
  25. Can seaweed help curb global warming? | Tim Flannery2019/09/23
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  26. A bold plan to empower 1.6 million out-of-school girls in India | Safeena Husain2019/09/23
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  27. We need to track the world's water like we track the weather | Sonaar Luthra2019/09/20
    We need a global weather service for water, says entrepreneur and TED Fellow Sonaar Luthra. In a talk about environmental accountability, Luthra shows how we could forecast water shortages and risks with a global data collection effort -- just like we monitor the movement of storms -- and better listen to what the earth is telling us.
  28. 4 questions you should always ask your doctor | Christer Mjåset2019/09/19
    "Doctor, is this really necessary?" Backed by startling statistics about overtreatment, neurosurgeon Christer Mjåset explains the power of this and other simple questions in the context of medical treatment and surgery -- and shares how patients can better work with doctors to get the care they need.
  29. This could be why you're depressed or anxious | Johann Hari2019/09/18
    In a moving talk, journalist Johann Hari shares fresh insights on the causes of depression and anxiety from experts around the world -- as well as some exciting emerging solutions. "If you're depressed or anxious, you're not weak and you're not crazy -- you're a human being with unmet needs," Hari says.
  30. How we use astrophysics to study earthbound problems | Federica Bianco2019/09/17
    To study a system as complex as the entire universe, astrophysicists need to be experts at extracting simple solutions from large data sets. What else could they do with this expertise? In an interdisciplinary talk, TED Fellow and astrophysicist Federica Bianco explains how she uses astrophysical data analysis to solve urban and social problems -- as well as stellar mysteries.
  31. How climate change could make our food less nutritious | Kristie Ebi2019/09/16
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  32. The dirty secret of capitalism -- and a new way forward | Nick Hanauer2019/09/13
    Rising inequality and growing political instability are the direct result of decades of bad economic theory, says entrepreneur Nick Hanauer. In a visionary talk, he dismantles the mantra that "greed is good" -- an idea he describes as not only morally corrosive, but also scientifically wrong -- and lays out a new theory of economics powered by reciprocity and cooperation.
  33. Community-powered criminal justice reform | Raj Jayadev2019/09/12
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  34. What reading slowly taught me about writing | Jacqueline Woodson2019/09/12
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  35. How deepfakes undermine truth and threaten democracy | Danielle Citron2019/09/11
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  36. A "living drug" that could change the way we treat cancer | Carl June2019/09/10
    Carl June is the pioneer behind CAR T-cell therapy: a groundbreaking cancer treatment that supercharges part of a patient's own immune system to attack and kill tumors. In a talk about a breakthrough, he shares how three decades of research culminated in a therapy that's eradicated cases of leukemia once thought to be incurable -- and explains how it could be used to fight other types of cancer.
  37. How we can make racism a solvable problem -- and improve policing | Phillip Atiba Goff2019/09/09
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  38. Why you should be a climate activist | Luisa Neubauer2019/09/06
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  39. Inside the bizarre world of internet trolls and propagandists | Andrew Marantz2019/09/05
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  40. How porn changes the way teens think about sex | Emily F. Rothman2019/09/04
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  41. What happened when we paired up thousands of strangers to talk politics | Jochen Wegner2019/09/03
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  42. A climate change solution that's right under our feet | Asmeret Asefaw Berhe2019/09/03
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  43. Can we choose to fall out of love? | Dessa2019/09/02
    What's the best way to get over heartbreak? Rapper and writer Dessa came up with an unconventional approach after a chance viewing of Helen Fisher's TED Talk about the brains of the lovestruck. In a wryly funny talk, she describes how she worked with a neuroscientist to try to get her brain to fall out of love with her ex -- and shares wisdom about romance that she gained along the way.
  44. Emergency medicine for our climate fever | Kelly Wanser2019/09/01
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  45. What I learned about freedom after escaping North Korea | Yeonmi Park2019/08/30
    "North Korea is unimaginable," says human rights activist Yeonmi Park, who escaped the country at the age of 13. Sharing the harrowing story of her childhood, she reflects on the fragility of freedom -- and shows how change can be achieved even in the world's darkest places.
  46. How I help people understand vitiligo | Lee Thomas2019/08/29
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  47. How technology can fight extremism and online harassment | Yasmin Green2019/08/28
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  48. How climate change affects your mental health | Britt Wray2019/08/27
    "For all that's ever been said about climate change, we haven't heard nearly enough about the psychological impacts of living in a warming world," says science writer Britt Wray. In this quick talk, she explores how climate change is threatening our well-being -- mental, social and spiritual -- and offers a starting point for what we can do about it.
  49. How the West can adapt to a rising Asia | Kishore Mahbubani2019/08/26
    As Asian economies and governments continue to gain power, the West needs to find ways to adapt to the new global order, says author and diplomat Kishore Mahbubani. In an insightful look at international politics, Mahbubani shares a three-part strategy that Western governments can use to recover power and improve relations with the rest of the world.
  50. What ping-pong taught me about life | Pico Iyer2019/08/23
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  51. The power to think ahead in a reckless age | Bina Venkataraman2019/08/22
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  52. Family, hope and resilience on the migrant trail | Jon Lowenstein2019/08/21
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  53. How craving attention makes you less creative | Joseph Gordon-Levitt2019/08/20
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  54. The surprising ingredient that makes businesses work better | Marco Alverà2019/08/19
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  55. The history of human emotions | Tiffany Watt Smith2019/08/16
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  56. Looking for a job? Highlight your ability, not your experience | Jason Shen2019/08/15
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  57. A new way to remove CO2 from the atmosphere | Jennifer Wilcox2019/08/14
    Our planet has a carbon problem -- if we don't start removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, we'll grow hotter, faster. Chemical engineer Jennifer Wilcox previews some amazing technology to scrub carbon from the air, using chemical reactions that capture and reuse CO2 in much the same way trees do ... but at a vast scale. This detailed talk reviews both the promise and the pitfalls.
  58. Why I train grandmothers to treat depression | Dixon Chibanda2019/08/13
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  59. How to tame your wandering mind | Amishi Jha2019/08/12
    Amishi Jha studies how we pay attention: the process by which our brain decides what's important out of the constant stream of information it receives. Both external distractions (like stress) and internal ones (like mind-wandering) diminish our attention's power, Jha says -- but some simple techniques can boost it. "Pay attention to your attention," Jha says.
  60. Be humble -- and other lessons from the philosophy of water | Raymond Tang2019/08/09
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  61. Want to change the world? Start by being brave enough to care | Cleo Wade2019/08/08
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  62. Want to get great at something? Get a coach | Atul Gawande2019/08/07
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  63. How to get back to work after a career break | Carol Fishman Cohen2019/08/06
    If you've taken a career break and are now looking to return to the workforce, would you consider taking an internship? Career reentry expert Carol Fishman Cohen thinks you should. In this talk, hear about Cohen's own experience returning to work after a career break, her work championing the success of "relaunchers" and how employers are changing how they engage with return-to-work talent.
  64. Everything you think you know about addiction is wrong | Johann Hari2019/08/05
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  65. "You Have the Rite" | Marc Bamuthi Joseph2019/08/02
    In a breathtaking, jazz-inflected spoken-word performance, TED Fellow Marc Bamuthi Joseph shares a Black father's tender and wrenching internal reflection on the pride and terror of seeing his son enter adulthood.
  66. What it was like to grow up under China's one-child policy | Nanfu Wang2019/07/31
    China's one-child policy ended in 2015, but we're just beginning to understand what it was like to live under the program, says TED Fellow and documentary filmmaker Nanfu Wang. With footage from her film "One Child Nation," she shares untold stories that reveal the policy's complex consequences and expose the creeping power of propaganda.
  67. How policewomen make communities safer | Ivonne Roman2019/07/30
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  68. Why governments should prioritize well-being | Nicola Sturgeon2019/07/29
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  69. The new political story that could change everything | George Monbiot2019/07/26
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  70. An urgent call to protect the world's "Third Pole" | Tshering Tobgay2019/07/25
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  71. The real relationship between your age and your chance of success | Albert-László Barabási2019/07/24
    Backed by mathematical analysis, network theorist Albert-László Barabási explores the hidden mechanisms that drive success -- no matter your field -- and uncovers an intriguing connection between your age and your chance of making it big.
  72. The architectural wonder of impermanent cities | Rahul Mehrotra2019/07/22
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  73. What explains the rise of humans? | Yuval Noah Harari2019/07/19
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  74. How we can improve maternal healthcare -- before, during and after pregnancy | Elizabeth Howell2019/07/18
    Shocking, but true: the United States has the highest rate of deaths for new mothers of any developed country -- and 60 percent of them are preventable. With clarity and urgency, physician Elizabeth Howell explains the causes of maternal mortality and shares ways for hospitals and doctors to make pregnancy safer for women before, during and after childbirth.
  75. A new way to get every child ready for kindergarten | Claudia Miner2019/07/17
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  76. The fundamental right to seek asylum | Melanie Nezer2019/07/16
    Refugee and immigrants rights attorney Melanie Nezer shares an urgently needed historical perspective on the crisis at the southern US border, showing how citizens can hold their governments accountable for protecting the vulnerable. "A country shows strength through compassion and pragmatism, not through force and through fear," she says.
  77. The fascinating (and dangerous) places scientists aren't exploring | Ella Al-Shamahi2019/07/15
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  78. How film transforms the way we see the world | Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy2019/07/12
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  79. How we're honoring people overlooked by history | Amy Padnani2019/07/11
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  80. Why it's worth listening to people you disagree with | Zachary R. Wood2019/07/10
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  81. The future of psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy | Rick Doblin2019/07/09
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  82. Grief and love in the animal kingdom | Barbara J. King2019/07/08
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  83. The price of shame | Monica Lewinsky2019/07/06
    "Public shaming as a blood sport has to stop," says Monica Lewinsky. In 1998, she says, “I was Patient Zero of losing a personal reputation on a global scale almost instantaneously.” Today, the kind of online public shaming she went through has become constant -- and can turn deadly. In a brave talk, she takes a hard look at our online culture of humiliation, and asks for a different way.
  84. 3 ways to measure your adaptability -- and how to improve it | Natalie Fratto2019/07/05
    When venture investor Natalie Fratto is determining which start-up founder to support, she doesn't just look for intelligence or charisma; she looks for adaptability. In this insightful talk, Fratto shares three ways to measure your "adaptability quotient" -- and shows why your ability to respond to change really matters.
  85. American bipartisan politics can be saved -- here's how | Bob Inglis2019/07/04
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  86. A vision for the future of Sierra Leone | Julius Maada Bio2019/07/03
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  87. The world's first crowdsourced space traffic monitoring system | Moriba Jah2019/07/02
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  88. 3 lessons of revolutionary love in a time of rage | Valarie Kaur2019/07/01
    What's the antidote to rising nationalism, polarization and hate? In this inspiring, poetic talk, Valarie Kaur asks us to reclaim love as a revolutionary act. As she journeys from the birthing room to tragic sites of bloodshed, Kaur shows us how the choice to love can be a force for justice.
  89. My wish: Protect our oceans | Sylvia Earle2019/06/29
    Legendary ocean researcher Sylvia Earle shares astonishing images of the ocean -- and shocking stats about its rapid decline -- as she makes her TED Prize wish: that we will join her in protecting the vital blue heart of the planet.
  90. The next big thing is coming from the Bronx, again | Jon Gray2019/06/28
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  91. You are not alone in your loneliness | Jonny Sun2019/06/27
    Being open and vulnerable with your loneliness, sadness and fear can help you find comfort and feel less alone, says writer and artist Jonny Sun. In an honest talk filled with his signature illustrations, Sun shares how telling stories about feeling like an outsider helped him tap into an unexpected community and find a tiny sliver of light in the darkness.
  92. Why we need to fight misinformation about vaccines | Ethan Lindenberger2019/06/25
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  93. Why kids need to learn about gender and sexuality | Lindsay Amer2019/06/24
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  94. What will future jobs look like? | Andrew McAfee2019/06/22
    Economist Andrew McAfee suggests that, yes, probably, droids will take our jobs -- or at least the kinds of jobs we know now. In this far-seeing talk, he thinks through what future jobs might look like, and how to educate coming generations to hold them.
  95. "A Bird Made of Birds" | Sarah Kay2019/06/21
    "The universe has already written the poem you were planning on writing," says Sarah Kay, quoting her friend, poet Kaveh Akbar. Performing "A Bird Made of Birds," she shares how and where she finds poetry. (Kay is also the host of TED's podcast "Sincerely, X." Listen on the Luminary podcast app at luminary.link/ted)
  96. The power of introverts | Susan Cain2019/06/20
    In a culture where being social and outgoing are prized above all else, it can be difficult, even shameful, to be an introvert. But, as Susan Cain argues in this passionate talk, introverts bring extraordinary talents and abilities to the world, and should be encouraged and celebrated.
  97. What almost dying taught me about living | Suleika Jaouad2019/06/19
    "The hardest part of my cancer experience began once the cancer was gone," says author Suleika Jaouad. In this fierce, funny, wisdom-packed talk, she challenges us to think beyond the divide between "sick" and "well," asking: How do you begin again and find meaning after life is interrupted?
  98. How synthetic biology could wipe out humanity -- and how we can stop it | Rob Reid2019/06/18
    The world-changing promise of synthetic biology and gene editing has a dark side. In this far-seeing talk, author and entrepreneur Rob Reid reviews the risks of a world where more and more people have access to the tools and tech needed to create a doomsday bug that could wipe out humanity -- and suggests that it's time to take this danger seriously.
  99. 5 challenges we could solve by designing new proteins | David Baker2019/06/17
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  100. How AI can save our humanity | Kai-Fu Lee2019/06/13
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  101. Why we get mad -- and why it's healthy | Ryan Martin2019/06/12
    Anger researcher Ryan Martin draws from a career studying what makes people mad to explain some of the cognitive processes behind anger -- and why a healthy dose of it can actually be useful. "Your anger exists in you ... because it offered your ancestors, both human and nonhuman, an evolutionary advantage," he says. "[It's] a powerful and healthy force in your life."
  102. 3 steps to turn everyday get-togethers into transformative gatherings | Priya Parker2019/06/11
    Why do some gatherings take off and others don't? Author Priya Parker shares three easy steps to turn your parties, dinners, meetings and holidays into meaningful, transformative gatherings.
  103. The mysterious microbes living deep inside the earth -- and how they could help humanity | Karen Lloyd2019/06/10
    The ground beneath your feet is home to a massive, mysterious world of microbes -- some of which have been in the earth's crust for hundreds of thousands of years. What's it like down there? Take a trip to the volcanoes and hot springs of Costa Rica as microbiologist Karen Lloyd shines a light on these subterranean organisms and shows how they could have a profound impact on life up here.
  104. An ingenious proposal for scaling up marine protection | Mark Tercek2019/06/08
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  105. The most detailed map of galaxies, black holes and stars ever made | Juna Kollmeier2019/06/07
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  106. The healing power of reading | Michelle Kuo2019/06/06
    Reading and writing can be acts of courage that bring us closer to others and ourselves. Author Michelle Kuo shares how teaching reading skills to her students in the Mississippi Delta revealed the bridging power of the written word -- as well as the limitations of its power.
  107. The lies our culture tells us about what matters -- and a better way to live | David Brooks2019/06/05
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  108. "Everything happens for a reason" -- and other lies I've loved | Kate Bowler2019/06/04
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  109. The art of asking | Amanda Palmer2019/06/03
    Don't make people pay for music, says Amanda Palmer: Let them. In a passionate talk that begins in her days as a street performer (drop a dollar in the hat for the Eight-Foot Bride!), she examines the new relationship between artist and fan.
  110. The story we tell about millennials -- and who we leave out | Reniqua Allen2019/05/30
    Millennials are now the largest, most diverse adult population in the US -- but far too often, they're reduced to the worn-out stereotype of lazy, entitled avocado toast lovers, says author Reniqua Allen. In this revealing talk, she shares overlooked stories of millennials of color, offering a broader, more nuanced view of the generation. "Millennials are not a monolith," she says.
  111. What it takes to launch a telescope | Erika Hamden2019/05/30
  112. How to deconstruct racism, one headline at a time | Baratunde Thurston2019/05/29
  113. These bacteria eat plastic | Morgan Vague2019/05/28
  114. My descent into America's neo-Nazi movement -- and how I got out | Christian Picciolini2019/05/27
  115. What prosecutors and incarcerated people can learn from each other | Jarrell Daniels2019/05/24
  116. My identity is a superpower -- not an obstacle | America Ferrera2019/05/23
  117. The anti-CEO playbook | Hamdi Ulukaya2019/05/22
  118. The next global agricultural revolution | Bruce Friedrich2019/05/21
  119. Mosquitos, malaria and education | Bill Gates2019/05/21
  120. How to build your confidence -- and spark it in others | Brittany Packnett2019/05/20
  121. The difference between healthy and unhealthy love | Katie Hood2019/05/17
  122. Roger McNamee takes on big tech | The TED Interview2019/05/16
  123. What you should know about vaping and e-cigarettes | Suchitra Krishnan-Sarin2019/05/15
  124. If I should have a daughter ... | Sarah Kay2019/05/14
  125. The surprisingly charming science of your gut | Giulia Enders2019/05/13
  126. Sleep is your superpower | Matt Walker2019/05/10
  127. How your brain's executive function works -- and how to improve it | Sabine Doebel2019/05/09
  128. The case for having kids | Wajahat Ali2019/05/09
  129. The crisis of leadership -- and a new way forward | Halla Tómasdóttir and Bryn Freedman2019/05/08
  130. How to revive your belief in democracy | Eric Liu2019/05/07
  131. Empathy is not endorsement | Dylan Marron2019/05/06
  132. How to transform apocalypse fatigue into action on global warming | Per Espen Stoknes2019/05/03
  133. How supercharged plants could slow climate change | Joanne Chory2019/05/02
  134. Why we ignore obvious problems -- and how to act on them | Michele Wucker2019/05/01
  135. How to recover from activism burnout | Yana Buhrer Tavanier2019/04/30
  136. Three ideas. Three contradictions. Or not. | Hannah Gadsby2019/04/29
  137. Helping others makes us happier -- but it matters how we do it | Elizabeth Dunn2019/04/26
  138. The surprising connection between brain injuries and crime | Kim Gorgens2019/04/25
  139. How generational stereotypes hold us back at work | Leah Georges2019/04/24
  140. Can we cure genetic diseases by rewriting DNA? | David R. Liu2019/04/23
  141. A personal air-quality tracker that lets you know what you're breathing | Romain Lacombe2019/04/22
  142. How hip-hop helps us understand science | Danielle N. Lee2019/04/19
  143. How Twitter needs to change | Jack Dorsey2019/04/17
  144. Facebook's role in Brexit -- and the threat to democracy | Carole Cadwalladr2019/04/16
  145. Empower a girl, transform a community | Kakenya Ntaiya2019/04/15
  146. 3 lessons on starting a movement from a self-defense trailblazer | Rana Abdelhamid2019/04/12
  147. How risk-taking changes a teenager's brain | Kashfia Rahman2019/04/11
  148. Wearable tech that helps you navigate by touch | Keith Kirkland2019/04/10
  149. We don't "move on" from grief. We move forward with it | Nora McInerny2019/04/09
  150. How to lead a conversation between people who disagree | Eve Pearlman2019/04/08
  151. An AI smartwatch that detects seizures | Rosalind Picard2019/04/05
  152. What refugees need to start new lives | Muhammed Idris2019/04/04
  153. A Parkland teacher's homework for us all | Diane Wolk-Rogers2019/04/03
  154. How does income affect childhood brain development? | Kimberly Noble2019/04/02
  155. How centuries of sci-fi sparked spaceflight | Alexander MacDonald2019/04/01
  156. Can we regenerate heart muscle with stem cells? | Chuck Murry2019/03/29
  157. A short history of trans people's long fight for equality | Samy Nour Younes2019/03/28
  158. To detect diseases earlier, let's speak bacteria's secret language | Fatima AlZahra'a Alatraktchi2019/03/27
  159. A new class of drug that could prevent depression and PTSD | Rebecca Brachman2019/03/26
  160. The surprising habits of original thinkers | Adam Grant2019/03/25
  161. 12 truths I learned from life and writing | Anne Lamott2019/03/22
  162. Creative ways to get kids to thrive in school | Olympia Della Flora2019/03/21
  163. How you can help save the bees, one hive at a time | Noah Wilson-Rich2019/03/20
  164. 3 lessons on success from an Arab businesswoman | Leila Hoteit2019/03/19
  165. The secret to scientific discoveries? Making mistakes | Phil Plait2019/03/18
  166. How to keep human bias out of AI | Kriti Sharma2019/03/15
  167. Our dangerous obsession with perfectionism is getting worse | Thomas Curran2019/03/14
  168. Where did the Moon come from? A new theory | Sarah T. Stewart2019/03/13
  169. The creative power of misfits | WorkLife with Adam Grant2019/03/12
  170. The "dementia village" that's redefining elder care | Yvonne van Amerongen2019/03/11
  171. We should all be feminists | Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie2019/03/08
  172. The most powerful woman you've never heard of | T. Morgan Dixon and Vanessa Garrison2019/03/07
  173. How we can store digital data in DNA | Dina Zielinski2019/03/06
  174. A bold idea to replace politicians | César Hidalgo2019/03/05
  175. How I'm making bricks out of ashes and rubble in Gaza | Majd Mashharawi2019/03/04
  176. How a new species of ancestors is changing our theory of human evolution | Juliet Brophy2019/03/01
  177. Is your country at risk of becoming a dictatorship? Here's how to know | Farida Nabourema2019/02/28
  178. The self-assembling computer chips of the future | Karl Skjonnemand2019/02/27
  179. A juror's reflections on the death penalty | Lindy Lou Isonhood2019/02/26
  180. An architect's subversive reimagining of the US-Mexico border wall | Ronald Rael2019/02/25
  181. How to overcome apathy and find your power | Dolores Huerta2019/02/22
  182. How to teach kids to talk about taboo topics | Liz Kleinrock2019/02/20
  183. What if all US health care costs were transparent? | Jeanne Pinder2019/02/20
  184. How do we find dignity at work? | Roy Bahat and Bryn Freedman2019/02/19
  185. Lessons from past presidents | Doris Kearns Goodwin2019/02/18
  186. The age of genetic wonder | Juan Enriquez2019/02/15
  187. A love story about the power of art as organizing | Aja Monet and phillip agnew2019/02/14
  188. 3 ways to practice civility | Steven Petrow2019/02/13
  189. How doctors can help low-income patients (and still make a profit) | P.J. Parmar2019/02/12
  190. Why noise is bad for your health -- and what you can do about it | Mathias Basner2019/02/12
  191. How women in Pakistan are creating political change | Shad Begum2019/02/11
  192. America's forgotten working class | J.D. Vance2019/02/08
  193. What your breath could reveal about your health | Julian Burschka2019/02/07
  194. How we can help the "forgotten middle" reach their full potential | Danielle R. Moss2019/02/06
  195. The uncomplicated truth about women's sexuality | Sarah Barmak2019/02/05
  196. How do we learn to work with intelligent machines? | Matt Beane2019/02/04
  197. How we can start to heal the pain of racial division | Ruby Sales2019/02/01
  198. An astronaut's story of curiosity, perspective and change | Leland Melvin2019/01/31
  199. The way we think about biological sex is wrong | Emily Quinn2019/01/31
  200. The disarming case to act right now on climate change | Greta Thunberg2019/01/30
  201. Reflections from a lifetime fighting to end child poverty | Marian Wright Edelman2019/01/30
  202. Can we solve global warming? Lessons from how we protected the ozone layer | Sean Davis2019/01/29
  203. The power of women's anger | Soraya Chemaly2019/01/28
  204. A powerful way to unleash your natural creativity | Tim Harford2019/01/25
  205. Ray Kurzweil on what the future holds next | The TED Interview2019/01/24
  206. What's needed to bring the US voting system into the 21st century | Tiana Epps-Johnson2019/01/23
  207. How to transform sinking cities into landscapes that fight floods | Kotchakorn Voraakhom2019/01/22
  208. How to resolve racially stressful situations | Howard C. Stevenson2019/01/21
  209. The political progress women have made -- and what's next | Cecile Richards2019/01/18
  210. A life-saving device that detects silent heart attacks | Akash Manoj2019/01/17
  211. Embrace your raw, strange magic | Casey Gerald2019/01/17
  212. How empowering women and girls can help stop global warming | Katharine Wilkinson2019/01/16
  213. Why black girls are targeted for punishment at school -- and how to change that | Monique W. Morris2019/01/15
  214. 3 ways to build a happy marriage and avoid divorce | George Blair-West2019/01/14
  215. A beginner's guide to quantum computing | Shohini Ghose2019/01/11
  216. The biology of gender, from DNA to the brain | Karissa Sanbonmatsu2019/01/10
  217. What should electric cars sound like? | Renzo Vitale2019/01/09
  218. How India's smartphone revolution is creating a new generation of readers and writers | Chiki Sarkar2019/01/08
  219. What are you willing to give up to change the way we work? | Martin Danoesastro2019/01/08
  220. The story of a parent's transition and a son's redemption | Paula Stone Williams and Jonathan Williams2019/01/07
  221. The secrets of learning a new language | Lýdia Machová2019/01/04
  222. How to break bad management habits before they reach the next generation of leaders | Elizabeth Lyle2019/01/03
  223. In the opioid crisis, here's what it takes to save a life | Jan Rader2019/01/02
  224. Why the secret to success is setting the right goals | John Doerr2019/01/01
  225. How language shapes the way we think | Lera Boroditsky2018/12/31
  226. You aren't at the mercy of your emotions -- your brain creates them | Lisa Feldman Barrett2018/12/28
  227. How we need to remake the internet | Jaron Lanier2018/12/27
  228. The story of 'Oumuamua, the first visitor from another star system | Karen J. Meech2018/12/26
  229. How to fix a broken heart | Guy Winch2018/12/25
  230. How to build (and rebuild) trust | Frances Frei2018/12/24
  231. Museums should honor the everyday, not just the extraordinary | Ariana Curtis2018/12/21
  232. The real reason female entrepreneurs get less funding | Dana Kanze2018/12/20
  233. Do schools kill creativity? | Sir Ken Robinson2018/12/19
  234. How "baby bonds" could help close the wealth gap | Darrick Hamilton2018/12/18
  235. How I unlearned dangerous lessons about masculinity | Eldra Jackson2018/12/18
  236. The riddle of experience vs. memory | Daniel Kahneman2018/12/17
  237. The most important thing you can do to fight climate change: talk about it | Katharine Hayhoe2018/12/14
  238. How to be "Team Human" in the digital future | Douglas Rushkoff2018/12/13
  239. How to find the person who can help you get ahead at work | Carla Harris2018/12/13
  240. Why you should treat the tech you use at work like a colleague | Nadjia Yousif2018/12/12
  241. 3 kinds of bias that shape your worldview | J. Marshall Shepherd2018/12/11
  242. How storytelling helps parents in prison stay connected to their kids | Alan Crickmore2018/12/10
  243. The work that makes all other work possible | Ai-jen Poo2018/12/07
  244. Get ready for hybrid thinking | Ray Kurzweil2018/12/06
  245. How to motivate people to do good for others | Erez Yoeli2018/12/05
  246. 3 questions to ask yourself about everything you do | Stacey Abrams2018/12/04
  247. Confessions of a recovering micromanager | Chieh Huang2018/12/03
  248. Color blind or color brave? | Mellody Hobson2018/12/01
  249. Me Too is a movement, not a moment | Tarana Burke2018/11/30
  250. The story of Marvel's first queer Latina superhero | Gabby Rivera2018/11/29
  251. 100 solutions to reverse global warming | Chad Frischmann2018/11/28
  252. When technology can read minds, how will we protect our privacy? | Nita Farahany2018/11/27
  253. The radical possibilities of man-made DNA | Floyd E. Romesberg2018/11/26
  254. What if we ended the injustice of bail? | Robin Steinberg2018/11/23
  255. Elizabeth Gilbert shows up for ... everything | The TED Interview2018/11/22
  256. Where do your online returns go? | Aparna Mehta2018/11/21
  257. How a fleet of wind-powered drones is changing our understanding of the ocean | Sebastien de Halleux2018/11/20
  258. How to disagree productively and find common ground | Julia Dhar2018/11/19
  259. Is the world getting better or worse? A look at the numbers | Steven Pinker2018/11/17
  260. A librarian's case against overdue book fines | Dawn Wacek2018/11/15
  261. Is civility a sham? | Teresa Bejan2018/11/14
  262. My journey to thank all the people responsible for my morning coffee | AJ Jacobs2018/11/13
  263. What to trust in a "post-truth" world | Alex Edmans2018/11/12
  264. What it's like to be Muslim in America | Dalia Mogahed2018/11/10
  265. The case for a decentralized internet | Tamas Kocsis2018/11/09
  266. The global goals we've made progress on -- and the ones we haven't | Michael Green2018/11/08
  267. How kids can help design cities | Mara Mintzer2018/11/07
  268. How I accidentally changed the way movies get made | Franklin Leonard2018/11/07
  269. Why I have coffee with people who send me hate mail | Özlem Cekic2018/11/06
  270. The case for curiosity-driven research | Suzie Sheehy2018/11/05
  271. Science can answer moral questions | Sam Harris2018/11/03
  272. A memory scientist's advice on reporting harassment and discrimination | Julia Shaw2018/11/02
  273. How to let go of being a "good" person -- and become a better person | Dolly Chugh2018/11/01
  274. How tech companies deceive you into giving up your data and privacy | Finn Lützow-Holm Myrstad2018/10/31
  275. Is war between China and the US inevitable? | Graham Allison2018/10/30
  276. What everyday citizens can do to claim power on the internet | Fadi Chehadé and Bryn Freedman2018/10/30
  277. How isolation fuels opioid addiction | Rachel Wurzman2018/10/29
  278. Chemical scum that dream of distant quasars | David Deutsch2018/10/27
  279. How will we survive when the population hits 10 billion? | Charles C. Mann2018/10/26
  280. My quest to defy gravity and fly | Elizabeth Streb2018/10/25
  281. How revenge porn turns lives upside down | Darieth Chisolm2018/10/24
  282. How we can help young people build a better future | Henrietta Fore2018/10/24
  283. How nationalism and globalism can coexist | Wanis Kabbaj2018/10/23
  284. How conscious investors can turn up the heat and make companies change | Vinay Shandal2018/10/22
  285. Your elusive creative genius | Elizabeth Gilbert2018/10/20
  286. What does the universe sound like? A musical tour | Matt Russo2018/10/19
  287. The pharmacy of the future? Personalized pills, 3D printed at home | Daniel Kraft2018/10/18
  288. 5 transformational policies for a prosperous and sustainable world | Johan Rockström2018/10/17
  289. The key to a better malaria vaccine | Faith Osier2018/10/16
  290. Why we have an emotional connection to robots | Kate Darling2018/10/16
  291. Let's protect the oceans like national parks | David Lang2018/10/15
  292. How whistle-blowers shape history | Kelly Richmond Pope2018/10/12
  293. What baby boomers can learn from millennials at work -- and vice versa | Chip Conley2018/10/11
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