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  1. The mind-bending reality of the universe | Katie Mack2021/09/10
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  2. The big myth of government deficits | Stephanie Kelton2021/09/09
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  3. A sci-fi vision of life in 2041 | Chen Qiufan2021/09/08
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  4. How to stop languishing and start finding flow | Adam Grant2021/09/07
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  5. A new way to restore Earth's biodiversity -- from the air | Susan Graham2021/09/03
    Land restoration is about more than planting trees, says environmentalist Susan Graham. Check out how her team combines drone technology with ecology-trained AI to restore degraded land and revive complex, biodiverse ecosystems -- whether it's on a small island or across an entire continent.
  6. The state of the climate crisis in 2021 | Climate Action Tracker2021/09/02
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  7. A taste of Mexico's ancient chocolate-making tradition | Germán Santillán2021/09/01
    Dating back more than 800 years, chocolate is deeply woven into the Indigenous history of Oaxaca, Mexico. TED Fellow Germán Santillán talks about his work reviving the Mixtec technique used to prepare this ancient delicacy by training a new generation of local farmers -- helping create economic opportunity and preserve a delicious legacy at the same time.
  8. How to find peace with loss through music | Steven Sharp Nelson2021/08/31
    Music can act as a guide, says cellist Steven Sharp Nelson. It has the power to unlock the mind, tap into the heart and bring light in the darkest times. Take a deep breath as Nelson takes you on a melodic, meditative journey that could reconnect you with your closest loved ones -- no matter how near or far they may be.
  9. A future with fewer cars | Freeman H. Shen2021/08/30
    What if your car could drop you off and then find parking by itself? According to electric vehicle entrepreneur Freeman H. Shen, this technology already exists. He shares his vision for a future where AI-powered electric vehicles will solve many of the problems cars currently cause, like smog, traffic congestion, accidents and, yes, endlessly circling the block looking for somewhere to park.
  10. Walk with Little Amal, a theatrical journey celebrating the refugee experience | Amir Nizar Zuabi2021/08/12
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  11. How COVID-19 reshaped US cities | Kevin J. Krizek2021/08/11
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  12. An interactive map to track (and end) pollution in China | Ma Jun2021/08/10
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  13. Why are stolen African artifacts still in Western museums? | Jim Chuchu2021/08/09
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  14. The fingerprints of life beyond Earth | Clara Sousa-Silva2021/08/06
    Is there life on Venus? Quantum astrochemist Clara Sousa-Silva makes the case for a new way to seek and possibly discover habitable planets -- and shares her research into a poisonous, smelly molecule that might signal life beyond Earth.
  15. The tiny balls of fat that could revolutionize medicine | Kathryn A. Whitehead2021/08/05
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  16. Don't call people out -- call them in | Loretta J. Ross2021/08/04
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  17. Meet the scientist couple driving an mRNA vaccine revolution | Uğur Şahin and Özlem Türeci2021/08/03
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  18. Remembering climate change ... a message from the year 2071 | Kim Stanley Robinson2021/08/02
    Coming to us from 50 years in the future, legendary sci-fi writer Kim Stanley Robinson tells the "history" of how humanity ended the climate crisis and restored the damage done to Earth's biosphere. A rousing vision of how we might unite to overcome the greatest challenge of our time.
  19. The informal settlements reshaping the world | Jota Samper2021/07/29
    Creative, sustainable solutions find their home in the thousands of informal neighborhoods across the world. Urban planner Jota Samper believes these often overlooked settlements (also known as slums) should be regarded as hubs of innovation and shares three reasons why giving them the attention they deserve could help change the way humanity coexists -- and cities evolve -- on a global scale.
  20. The radical, revolutionary resilience of Black joy | Miracle Jones2021/07/27
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  21. 3 rules for a zero-carbon world | Nigel Topping2021/07/26
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  22. The ancient origins of the Olympics | Armand D'Angour2021/07/23
    Thousands of years in the making, the Olympics began as part of a religious festival honoring the Greek god Zeus in the rural Greek town of Olympia. But how did it become the greatest show of sporting excellence on earth? Educator Armand D'Angour explains the evolution of the Olympics. (Directed by Diogo Viegas, narrated by Addison Anderson, music by Cem Misirlioglu and Brooks Ball)
  23. Are wild animals really "wild"? | Emma Marris2021/07/22
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  24. How every child can thrive by five | Molly Wright2021/07/22
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  25. The (de)colonizing of beauty | Sasha Sarago2021/07/20
    Beauty is about more than the body you inhabit -- it's a way of being that goes beyond genetics or societal ideals. Aboriginal writer and former model Sasha Sarago invites you to decolonize beauty, moving away from the monolithic Eurocentric archetype and towards a more essential, authentic understanding of self that belongs to everyone.
  26. Why COP26 is our best chance for a greener future | Alok Sharma2021/07/19
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  27. 3 myths about racism that keep the US from progress | Candis Watts Smith2021/07/16
    Racism morphs, spreading and hiding behind numerous half-truths and full-blown falsities about where it lives and who embodies it. In this actionable talk, political scientist Candis Watts Smith debunks three widely accepted myths about racism in the US and calls for a nuanced, more expansive definition to support this new era of anti-racist action.
  28. The missing 96 percent of the universe | Claire Malone2021/07/14
    We've misplaced the building blocks of the cosmos -- and particle physicists like Claire Malone are on a mission to find them. Despite scientists hitting a "major snag" in uncovering what exactly makes up dark matter and dark energy, she explains how questioning our fundamental understanding of nature itself invites a different, more meaningful perspective universally.
  29. The link between menopause and gender inequity at work | Andrea Berchowitz2021/07/13
    Hot flashes, joint pain, anxiety, depression, difficulty sleeping -- these unforgiving menopause symptoms directly impact work but often go overlooked and under-discussed as a taboo topic, says entrepreneur Andrea Berchowitz. She gives practical advice on how to create a menopause-friendly work culture that supports gender equity and diversity retention in the workplace.
  30. Why aren't there more Native American restaurants? | Sean Sherman2021/07/06
    When you think of North American cuisine, do Indigenous foods come to mind? Chef Sean Sherman serves up an essential history lesson that explains the absence of Native American culinary traditions across the continent, highlighting why revitalizing Indigenous education sits at the center of a better diet and healthier relationship with the planet.
  31. How music streaming transformed songwriting | Björn Ulvaeus2021/07/02
    Money, money, money ... in the music business, there seems to be little left for the songwriters that fuel it. ABBA co-founder Björn Ulvaeus calls for the industry to support its most valuable asset, breaking down how the streaming revolution impacts creator royalties, careers and craft -- and outlines what can be done to truly thank artists for the music.
  32. Why we're more honest with machines than people | Anne Scherer2021/06/29
    For a genuine conversation, consider talking to a robot; the less humanized, the better. Consumer researcher Anne Scherer shares her findings on why some machines get us to open up better than actual people, revealing fascinating insights about human nature that could lead to more honest interactions in our day-to-day lives.
  33. What to do when climate change feels unstoppable | Clover Hogan2021/06/25
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  34. The emotions behind your money habits | Robert A. Belle2021/06/21
    Your money habits reveal a lot about you: your hopes, fears, dreams and other deep personal truths you may not even be aware of, says accountant Robert A. Belle. He shares how taking stock of your transaction history can unlock surprisingly valuable insights about what drives you to spend (and save) -- and provides practical tips on how to perform an "emotional audit" of your expenses.
  35. How marijuana reform could repair, reclaim and restore communities | Khadijah Tribble2021/06/17
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  36. How to find meaning after loss | David Kessler2021/06/16
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  37. How to be a professional troublemaker | Luvvie Ajayi Jones2021/06/15
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  38. A queer journey from shame to self-love | Crystal Rasmussen2021/06/11
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  39. How to support yourself (and others) through grief | Nina Westbrook2021/06/08
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  40. The anxiety that comes from being treated like an outsider | Valerie Purdie-Greenaway2021/06/03
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  41. Essential questions to ask your future self | Meg Jay2021/06/02
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  42. Who makes judges? | Jessica Kerr2021/06/02
    What qualifies someone to become a judge? The answer is surprisingly vague and even taboo to discuss. Lawyer Jessica Kerr sifts through the murky, mysterious process that sits at the center of the Commonwealth judicial system in countries like Australia -- and makes the case for "judge school," a legal education better fit to bring justice, legitimacy and public trust to any court.
  43. The rigged test of leadership | Sophie Williams2021/05/28
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  44. Tips for reclaiming your peace of mind online | Naomi Shimada2021/05/27
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  45. What farmers need to be modern, climate-friendly and profitable | Beth Ford2021/05/26
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  46. Documentary films that explore trauma -- and make space for healing | Almudena Toral2021/05/24
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  47. The infinite alchemy of storytelling | Zahra Al-Mahdi2021/05/24
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  48. The real-life superheroes helping Syrian refugees | Feras Fayyad2021/05/24
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  49. How to heat your home without hurting the planet | Kathy Hannun2021/05/24
    Of all the mundane yet astonishing marvels of human ingenuity, knowing what it takes to heat a room to a comfortable temperature is TED Fellow Kathy Hannun's favorite. She takes us on a journey across the planet and under the sea to emphasize the dangers of modern heating, and offers a safer, planet-friendly alternative that taps into the geothermal energy right below our feet.
  50. The life-saving tech helping mothers make healthy decisions | Aparna Hegde2021/05/24
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  51. What should humans take to space (and leave behind)? | Jorge Mañes Rubio2021/05/24
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  52. A new approach to defending the human rights of migrants | Itamar Mann2021/05/24
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  53. Playful, wondrous public spaces built for community and possibility | Matthew Mazzotta2021/05/24
    Introducing a new type of public space, custom-fit for communities in need of a shot of hope and wonder. Artist and TED Fellow Matthew Mazzotta takes us across the US, sharing delightful projects that refresh space and place, spark collective conversation and reignite a sense of possibility and purpose in their surroundings.
  54. How your body could become its own diagnostic lab | Aaron Morris2021/05/24
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  55. A feminist reimagining of Kenya's public transport | Naomi Mwaura2021/05/24
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  56. An app that empowers people to solve their legal problems | Rohan Pavuluri2021/05/24
    If you can't afford an attorney, one will be appointed for you, right? Not in US civil court. From high legal fees to confusing paperwork and expensive lawyers, it can be difficult to settle civil matters. Entrepreneur and TED Fellow Rohan Pavuluri is working to streamline cumbersome legal processes with an app that empowers people to solve their own legal problems.
  57. Electronic pills that could transform how we treat disease | Khalil Ramadi2021/05/24
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  58. The search for microscopic aliens | Sarah Rugheimer2021/05/24
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  59. The multibillion-dollar US prison industry -- and how to dismantle it | Bianca Tylek2021/05/24
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  60. How dirt bikes and STEM ignite ingenuity in Baltimore | Brittany Young2021/05/24
    Dirt biking is more than just a pastime -- it's an opportunity to disrupt the cycle of poverty and provide enriching STEM education, says TED Fellow Brittany Young. In this perspective-shifting talk, she shares how her team is working with students and street riders to create safe spaces, transferable skills and community.
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