Yes, it seems as though we just announced the 2007 wishes (and, in fact, we did), but it’s once again time to start the search for next year’s TED Prize winners. We’re looking for three more remarkable people that can tap into the energy of TED and do something extraordinary that will contribute to the future of life on Earth. The nomination form is now online, where there’s also much more detailed information about what makes a good TED Prize winner. Please use the contact form if you have any questions.
Today, we begin to write a whole new chapter for the TED Prize. There are three key shifts: + Historically, the TED Prize was awarded to individuals who then made a wish. Starting in 2013, it will be awarded to individuals with a big wish already in mind. + Individuals can self-nominate or nominate someone […]
Each year, the TED Prize is awarded to an extraordinary individual with a creative and bold vision to spark global change. Think JR’s global participatory art project, Inside Out, or Sugata Mitra’s School in the Cloud. By leveraging the TED community’s resources to support the winner and investing $1 million in their idea, the TED […]