Today, we’re launching a new YouTube channel featuring riveting talks by the extraordinary TED Fellows. Every week, we’ll post new talks from these young innovators and trailblazers, fresh from the TED stage, and free to the world.
To mark its launch, we’re posting eight never-before-seen Fellows talks from TEDGlobal 2010 – made possible with the generous support of TED Fellows partner IBM UK.
On the channel, you will find:
Milena Boniolo, a Brazilian chemist who uses restaurants’ discarded banana peels to clean polluted water. Watch now >>
Dominic Muren, an American fabber who creates homemade electronics using the metaphor of skin, skeleton and guts. Watch now >>
Walid Al-Saqaf, a Yemeni activist who develops software that allows users to access government-censored websites. Watch now >>
Adital Ela, a Tel Aviv-based designer who incorporates indigenous knowledge into sustainable designs. Watch now >>