Tomorrow, Friday November 20th, two of our most exciting TEDx events so far will be streamed live. TEDxNASA was organized by NASA’s Langley Research Center and the National Institute of Aerospace (NIA). It’s a full day of talks on science, technology, entertainment and the arts. Speakers include author Mitch Albom, experimental artist Chakaia Booker innovation coach Gregg Fraley, robotics inventor Dr. Dennis Hong and Oprah & Friends radio host John St. Augustine.
TEDxAmsterdam is another day-long experience, with a string of fascinating speakers. The program will be opened by the Mayor of Amsterdam and includes the Netherlands’ Minister for Foreign Affairs, TEDsters Kevin Kelly and Bjarke Ingels as well as our own TEDGlobal Director Bruno Giussani and many other notable academics, artists, entrepreneurs and techies.
TEDxNASA runs from 10 am to 7 pm EST. To watch the stream, click here >>
To see the TEDxNASA speakers, click here >>
TEDxAmsterdam begins at 9:15 am CET. To watch the stream, go to the TEDxAmsterdam homepage here >>
To see the full TEDxAmsterdam program, click here >>
If you’re in the Netherlands, you can watch TEDxAmsterdam with a group of other involved and interested viewers. To find a free simulcast location across the Netherlands, click here >>