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  1. How to make pandemics optional, not inevitable | Sonia Shah2020/04/01
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  2. How you can help save the monarch butterfly -- and the planet | Mary Ellen Hannibal2020/04/01
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  3. How we can navigate the coronavirus pandemic with courage and hope | Rabbi Lord Jonathan Sacks2020/03/30
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  4. How forgiveness can create a more just legal system | Martha Minow2020/03/30
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  5. How to create meaningful connections while apart | Priya Parker2020/03/30
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  6. What the world can learn from China's response to the coronavirus | Gary Liu2020/03/27
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  7. The quest for the coronavirus vaccine | Seth Berkley2020/03/27
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  8. Indigenous knowledge meets science to solve climate change | Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim2020/03/27
    To tackle a problem as large as climate change, we need both science and Indigenous wisdom, says environmental activist Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim. In this engaging talk, she shares how her nomadic community in Chad is working closely with scientists to restore endangered ecosystems -- and offers lessons on how to create more resilient communities.
  9. 2 questions to uncover your passion -- and turn it into a career | Noeline Kirabo2020/03/26
    What's your passion? Social entrepreneur Noeline Kirabo reflects on her work helping out-of-school young people in Uganda turn their passions into profitable businesses -- and shares the two questions you can ask yourself to begin doing the same.
  10. How we must respond to the coronavirus pandemic | Bill Gates2020/03/25
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  11. Simple, effective tech to connect communities in crisis | Johanna Figueira2020/03/25
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  12. How to be your best self in times of crisis | Susan David2020/03/25
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  13. A camera that can see around corners | David Lindell2020/03/24
    To work safely, self-driving cars must avoid obstacles -- including those just out of sight. And for this to happen, we need technology that sees better than humans can, says electrical engineer David Lindell. Buckle up for a quick, groundbreaking tech demo as Lindell explains the significant and versatile potential of a high-speed camera that can detect objects hidden around corners.
  14. The weird history of the "sex chromosomes" | Molly Webster2020/03/23
    The common thinking on biological sex goes like this: females have two X chromosomes in their cells, while males have one X and one Y. In this myth-busting talk, science writer and podcaster Molly Webster shows why the so-called "sex chromosomes" are more complicated than this simple definition -- and reveals why we should think about them differently.
  15. Go ahead, dream about the future | Charlie Jane Anders2020/03/20
    "You don't predict the future -- you imagine the future," says sci-fi writer Charlie Jane Anders. In a talk that's part dream, part research-based extrapolation, she takes us on a wild, speculative tour of the delights and challenges the future may hold -- and shows how dreaming up weird, futuristic possibilities empowers us to construct a better tomorrow.
  16. How repaying loans with social service transforms communities | Angie Murimirwa2020/03/19
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  17. Without farmers, you'd be hungry, naked and sober | Eric Sannerud2020/03/18
    Farmers keep us fed and our economies stable, but in the US they're retiring faster than they're being replaced. Take a crash course in agricultural policy with Eric Sannerud to see why this problem can't be solved by simply buying from your local farmer's market -- and learn how you can use your vote to create a better future for farmers.
  18. A fascinating time capsule of human feelings toward AI | Lucy Farey-Jones2020/03/17
    How comfortable are you with robots taking over your life? Covering a wide range of potential applications -- from the mundane (robot house cleaner) to the mischievous (robot sex partner) to the downright macabre (uploading your brain to live on after death) -- technology strategist Lucy Farey-Jones shares data-backed evidence of how our willingness to accept AI may be radically changing.
  19. Why COVID-19 is hitting us now -- and how to prepare for the next outbreak | Alanna Shaikh2020/03/16
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  20. How can we control the coronavirus pandemic? | Adam Kucharski2020/03/16
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  21. A campaign for period positivity | Ananya Grover2020/03/16
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  22. How we could change the planet's climate future | David Wallace-Wells2020/03/13
    The climate crisis is too vast and complicated to solve with a silver bullet, says author David Wallace-Wells. What we need is a shift in how we live. Follow along as he lays out some of the dramatic actions we could take to build a livable, prosperous world in the age of global warming.
  23. The beautiful, mysterious science of how you hear | Jim Hudspeth2020/03/13
    Have you ever wondered how your ears work? In this delightful and fascinating talk, biophysicist Jim Hudspeth demonstrates the wonderfully simple yet astonishingly powerful mechanics of hair cells, the microscopic powerhouses that make hearing possible -- and explains how, when it's really quiet, your ears will begin to beam out a spectrum of sounds unique to you.
  24. Why it's so hard to talk about the N-word | Elizabeth Stordeur Pryor2020/03/12
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  25. The dangers of a noisy ocean -- and how we can quiet it down | Nicola Jones2020/03/11
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  26. How menopause affects the brain | Lisa Mosconi2020/03/10
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  27. What happens when a Silicon Valley technologist works for the government | Matt Cutts2020/03/09
    What if the government ran more like Silicon Valley? Engineer Matt Cutts shares why he decided to leave Google (where he worked for nearly 17 years) for a career in the US government -- and makes the case that if you really want to make an impact, go where your help is needed most.
  28. The gender-fluid history of the Philippines | France Villarta2020/03/09
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  29. How women are revolutionizing Rwanda | Agnes Binagwaho2020/03/06
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  30. What investigating neural pathways can reveal about mental health | Kay M. Tye2020/03/05
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  31. How a miniaturized atomic clock could revolutionize space exploration | Jill Seubert2020/03/05
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  32. Art that reveals how technology frames reality | Jiabao Li2020/03/04
    In a talk that could change how you see things, designer and artist Jiabao Li introduces her conceptual projects that expose the inherent bias of digital media. From a helmet that makes you "allergic" to the color red to a browser plug-in that filters the internet in an unexpected way, Li's creations uncover how technology mediates the way we perceive reality.
  33. What we do (and don't) know about the coronavirus | David Heymann2020/03/03
    What happens if you get infected with the coronavirus? Who's most at risk? How can you protect yourself? Public health expert David Heymann, who led the global response to the SARS outbreak in 2003, shares the latest findings about COVID-19 and what the future may hold. (Recorded February 27, 2020)
  34. When local news dies, so does democracy | Chuck Plunkett2020/03/03
    Nearly 1,800 newsrooms have shuttered across the US since 2004, leaving many communities unseen, unheard and in the dark. In this passionate talk and rallying cry, journalist Chuck Plunkett explains why he rebelled against his employer to raise awareness for an industry under threat of extinction -- and makes the case for local news as an essential part of any healthy democracy.
  35. How to turn climate anxiety into action | Renée Lertzman2020/03/02
    It's normal to feel anxious or overwhelmed by climate change, says psychologist Renée Lertzman. Can we turn those feelings into something productive? In an affirming talk, Lertzman discusses the emotional effects of climate change and offers insights on how psychology can help us discover both the creativity and resilience needed to act on environmental issues.
  36. What you need to know about stalkerware | Eva Galperin2020/02/28
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  37. How bumble bees inspired a network of tiny museums | Amanda Schochet2020/02/27
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  38. 3 ways to uproot a culture of corruption | Wanjira Mathai2020/02/26
    Corruption is a constant threat in Kenya, says social entrepreneur Wanjira Mathai -- and to stop it there (or anywhere else), we need to intervene early. Following the legacy of her mother, political activist and Nobel Prize recipient Wangari Maathai, Mathai shares three strategies to uproot a culture of corruption by teaching children and young people about leadership, purpose and integrity.
  39. How technology has changed what it's like to be deaf | Rebecca Knill2020/02/26
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  40. How to design gender bias out of your workplace | Sara Sanford2020/02/25
    Equity expert Sara Sanford offers a certified playbook that helps companies go beyond good intentions, using a data-driven standard to actively counter unconscious bias and foster gender equity -- by changing how workplaces operate, not just how people think.
  41. Management lessons from Chinese business and philosophy | Fang Ruan2020/02/25
    Business management in China is changing, says consultant Fang Ruan. Learn how Chinese entrepreneurs -- long guided by Confucianism's emphasis on authority and regulation -- are now looking to Taoist philosophy for a new, dynamic leadership style that believes things spontaneously transform and naturally achieve perfection when they're supported, not controlled.
  42. What if a single human right could change the world? | Kristen Wenz2020/02/24
    More than a billion people worldwide, mostly children, do not have a legal identity. In many countries, this means they can't get access to vital services like health care and education, says legal identity expert Kristen Wenz. She discusses why this problem is one of the greatest human rights violations of our time -- and shares five strategies to ensure everyone can get registered and protected.
  43. How volumetric video brings a new dimension to filmmaking | Diego Prilusky2020/02/21
    In this talk and tech demo, filmmaker Diego Prilusky introduces the next chapter in moviemaking: volumetric video, a 360-degree experience powered by hundreds of cameras that capture light and motion from every angle. Check out how this technology creates a new type of immersive storytelling -- and catch Prilusky's reshoot of an iconic dance number from "Grease" captured with volumetric video.
  44. Why you should get paid for your data | Jennifer Zhu Scott2020/02/20
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  45. This is your brain on air pollution | María Neira2020/02/19
    Air pollution knows no borders -- even in your own body, says public health expert María Neira. In this startling talk, she describes how the microscopic particles and chemicals you breathe affect all your major organs (including your brain) and calls on both the public and those in power to take action to stop the sources of pollution.
  46. The beautiful, hard work of co-parenting | Joel Leon2020/02/19
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  47. A brief tour of the last 4 billion years (dinosaurs not included) | Lauren Sallan2020/02/18
    In this hilarious, whirlwind tour of the last four billion years of evolution, paleontologist and TED Fellow Lauren Sallan introduces us to some of the wildly diverse animals that roamed the prehistoric planet (from sharks with wings to galloping crocodiles and long-necked rhinos) and shows why paleontology is about way more than dinosaurs.
  48. For the love of fangirls | Yve Blake2020/02/18
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  49. How surfboards connect us to nature | Yves Béhar2020/02/18
    Here's how the surfboard changed our relationship to water, according to fuseproject founder Yves Béhar.
  50. The power of the Afro pick | Jon Gray2020/02/18
    The Afro pick is much more than a styling tool. It's a major player in Black history, explains artist Jon Gray.
  51. Why books are here to stay | Chip Kidd2020/02/18
    Despite the rise of e-books, physical books aren't going anywhere. Graphic designer Chip Kidd shares why their design is so lasting.
  52. Why 1.5 billion people eat with chopsticks | Jennifer 8. Lee2020/02/18
    Author Jennifer 8. Lee explains how the chopstick spread from the East to the West -- and was designed to give you the perfect bite.
  53. The function and fashion of eyeglasses | Debbie Millman2020/02/18
    Glasses were originally created to overcome physical obstacles, but design evangelist Debbie Millman shares how they turned into a fashion statement.
  54. How the compass unlocked the world | David Biello2020/02/18
    "Everything that we think of as world history would not have taken place without the compass." TED science curator David Biello explains how the device changed our relationship to the world.
  55. The evolution of the coffee cup lid | A.J. Jacobs2020/02/18
    Author A.J. Jacobs shows how the coffee cup lid was perfectly designed to give you a full sensory experience while drinking.
  56. Why pasta comes in all shapes and sizes | Paola Antonelli2020/02/18
    Think twice when picking what pasta you want for dinner. The shape of your noodle makes a difference, explains Paola Antonelli, senior curator at The Museum of Modern Art.
  57. How symbols and brands shape our humanity | Debbie Millman2020/02/14
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  58. Online predators spread fake porn of me. Here's how I fought back | Noelle Martin2020/02/13
    A casual reverse-image search unleashed a nightmarish reality on Noelle Martin when she discovered her face edited into pornographic materials across the internet. Join Martin as she recounts years battling shadowy online figures to reclaim her identity, narrative and peace of mind -- and learn how she helped change Australian law. (This talk contains mature content.)
  59. What a nun can teach a scientist about ecology | Victoria Gill2020/02/12
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  60. How teachers can help students navigate trauma | Lisa Godwin2020/02/11
    "To make a difference in the life of a child ... I made the commitment to tell my personal story," says educator Lisa Godwin. In this moving talk, she shares her experience of overcoming childhood trauma with the quiet, unwavering support of a teacher and school counselor -- and shows how educators can help students and families navigate hardships by sharing their own stories.
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