An indefinable quality lies at the heart of any successful idea or project … a spark of intuition, genius or insight that acts as the driver of all later action. Our speakers in this session all possess such a spark, from the educator who’s made it his mission to help high-achieving minority students to a young inventor who figured out a novel and effective way to protect his family’s animals from attacks by lions.
Here are the speakers from this session. Click on their name for a recap of their talk:
Freeman Hrabowski creates opportunities for students of all backgrounds to pursue advanced degrees.
Real life begins at 30? Well, no, says Meg Jay. Her research in her new book shows us why 30 is not the new 20.
TED’s own Lisa Bu has built a career helping people find great stories. Now she tells her own story.
Young inventor Richard Turere invented “lion lights,” an elegant way to protect his family’s cattle from lion attacks.
Announcing the TED Prize Winner, Sugata Mitra, and his bold wish, funded by $1 million from the TED community.
The Sleepy Man Banjo Boys is made up of 10-year-old banjo sensation Jonny Mizzone and his brothers Robbie, 14, on fiddle, and Tommy, 15, on guitar.