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  1. This could be why you're depressed and 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.
  2. 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.
  3. A free world needs satire | Patrick Chappatte2019/09/17
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  4. How climate change could make our food less nutritious | Kristie Ebi2019/09/16
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  5. What streaming means for the future of entertainment | Emmett Shear2019/09/16
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  6. 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.
  7. Community-powered criminal justice reform | Raj Jayadev2019/09/12
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  8. What reading slowly taught me about writing | Jacqueline Woodson2019/09/12
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  9. How deepfakes undermine truth and threaten democracy | Danielle Citron2019/09/11
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  10. How your emotions change the shape of your heart | Sandeep Jauhar2019/09/10
    "A record of our emotional life is written on our hearts," says cardiologist and author Sandeep Jauhar. In a stunning talk, he explores the mysterious ways our emotions impact the health of our hearts -- causing them to change shape in response to grief or fear, to literally break in response to emotional heartbreak -- and calls for a shift in how we care for our most vital organ.
  11. 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.
  12. How we can make racism a solvable problem -- and improve policing | Phillip Atiba Goff2019/09/09
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  13. Why you should be a climate activist | Luisa Neubauer2019/09/06
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  14. Inside the bizarre world of internet trolls and propagandists | Andrew Marantz2019/09/05
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  15. "Stumbling towards intimacy": An improvised TED Talk | Anthony Veneziale2019/09/04
    In a hilarious, completely improvised talk, improv master Anthony Veneziale takes to the TED stage for a truly one-of-a-kind performance. Armed with an audience-suggested topic ("stumbling towards intimacy") and a deck of slides he's never seen before, Veneziale crafts a meditation on the intersection of love, language and ... avocados?
  16. How porn changes the way teens think about sex | Emily F. Rothman2019/09/04
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  17. What happened when we paired up thousands of strangers to talk politics | Jochen Wegner2019/09/03
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  18. A climate change solution that's right under our feet | Asmeret Asefaw Berhe2019/09/03
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  19. 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.
  20. How I help people understand vitiligo | Lee Thomas2019/08/29
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  21. Can we choose to fall out of love? | Dessa2019/08/29
    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.
  22. Emergency medicine for our climate fever | Kelly Wanser2019/08/28
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  23. 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.
  24. 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.
  25. What ping-pong taught me about life | Pico Iyer2019/08/23
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  26. The power to think ahead in a reckless age | Bina Venkataraman2019/08/22
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  27. Family, hope and resilience on the migrant trail | Jon Lowenstein2019/08/21
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  28. How craving attention makes you less creative | Joseph Gordon-Levitt2019/08/20
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  29. When do kids start to care about other people's opinions? | Sara Valencia Botto2019/08/20
    Drawing on her research into early childhood development, psychologist Sara Valencia Botto investigates when (and how) children begin to change their behaviors in the presence of others -- and explores what it means for the values we communicate in daily interactions. (Watch for cute footage of sneaky toddlers.)
  30. What's at the bottom of the ocean -- and how we're getting there | Victor Vescovo2019/08/02
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  31. "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.
  32. The human skills we need in an unpredictable world | Margaret Heffernan2019/08/01
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  33. 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.
  34. How policewomen make communities safer | Ivonne Roman2019/07/30
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  35. Why governments should prioritize well-being | Nicola Sturgeon2019/07/29
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  36. The new political story that could change everything | George Monbiot2019/07/26
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  37. An urgent call to protect the world's "Third Pole" | Tshering Tobgay2019/07/25
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  38. 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.
  39. How to use family dinner to teach politics | Hajer Sharief2019/07/23
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  40. The architectural wonder of impermanent cities | Rahul Mehrotra2019/07/22
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  41. How a typeface helped launch Apollo | Douglas Thomas2019/07/19
    When humanity first landed on the moon in 1969, the typeface Futura was right there with them. In this fascinating history of typography, designer Douglas Thomas shares Futura's role in launching the Apollo 11 spacecraft -- and how it became one of the most used fonts in the world.
  42. 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.
  43. A new way to get every child ready for kindergarten | Claudia Miner2019/07/17
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  44. 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.
  45. Mentalism, mind reading and the art of getting inside your head | Derren Brown2019/07/16
    "Magic is a great analogy for how we edit reality and form a story -- and then mistake that story for the truth," says psychological illusionist Derren Brown. In a clever talk wrapped around a dazzling mind-reading performance, Brown explores the seductive appeal of finding simple answers to life's complex and subtle questions.
  46. The fascinating (and dangerous) places scientists aren't exploring | Ella Al-Shamahi2019/07/15
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  47. How film transforms the way we see the world | Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy2019/07/12
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  48. How we're honoring people overlooked by history | Amy Padnani2019/07/11
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  49. Origami robots that reshape and transform themselves | Jamie Paik2019/07/10
    Taking design cues from origami, robotician Jamie Paik and her team created "robogamis": folding robots made out super-thin materials that can reshape and transform themselves. In this talk and tech demo, Paik shows how robogamis could adapt to achieve a variety of tasks on earth (or in space) and demonstrates how they roll, jump, catapult like a slingshot and even pulse like a beating heart.
  50. The future of psychedelic-assisted psychotherapy | Rick Doblin2019/07/09
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  51. Grief and love in the animal kingdom | Barbara J. King2019/07/08
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  52. 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.
  53. A vision for the future of Sierra Leone | Julius Maada Bio2019/07/03
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  54. The world's first crowdsourced space traffic monitoring system | Moriba Jah2019/07/02
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  55. How augmented reality is changing activism | Glenn Cantave2019/07/01
    Glenn Cantave uses technology to highlight narratives of the oppressed. In a tour of immersive visual projects, he shares his work with the team at Movers and Shakers NYC, a coalition that executes direct action and advocacy campaigns for marginalized communities using virtual reality, augmented reality and the creative arts.
  56. The next big thing is coming from the Bronx, again | Jon Gray2019/06/28
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  57. 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.
  58. How to ask for help -- and get a "yes" | Heidi Grant2019/06/26
    Asking for help is tough. But to get through life, you have to do it all the time. So how do you get comfortable asking? In this actionable talk, social psychologist Heidi Grant shares four simple rules for asking for help and getting it -- while making the process more rewarding for your helper, too.
  59. Why we need to fight misinformation about vaccines | Ethan Lindenberger2019/06/25
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  60. Why kids need to learn about gender and sexuality | Lindsay Amer2019/06/24
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