This past Tuesday at 3pm Indian Standard Time, an inspiring group of thinkers gathered in New Delhi to talk about new ideas in world health and development coming out of India, during TEDxChange @ TEDxDelhi. Recognizing that 3pm IST is the middle of the night for many people who’d like to watch, the Gates Foundation is hosting an archive of the 90-minute event here. Want to know more before you tune in? Read the TEDx Blog’s coverage of TEDxChange @ TEDxDelhi, assembled using Storify. Tweets, photos, statuses and other updates tell the story of an energizing day of ideas.
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18-year-old Rick Housley is developing a wristband for people with epilepsy that is capable of detecting seizures and alerting a list of contacts. In this talk from TEDxHoboken, he shares the innocuous moment that sparked his interest in this subject — on a stalled train in 2010. Housley was annoyed when his train suddenly jerked […]
Snakes slither along the ground, right? Well, not always. In this talk from TEDxVirginiaTech, snake expert Jake Socha introduces us to five species of snakes with the ability to fly — no plane or Samuel L. Jackson needed. It’s a fascinating look at how these creatures create lift, even though they are essentially cylinders, and […]