Natalie Panek challenges us to consider the environmental impact of the satellites we rely on.
What if we could harness the sticking powers of sea creatures like mussels, oysters and barnacles, which refuse to budge even on wet, stormy coastlines?
In the first live public demo of his new technology, TED Fellow Arnav Kapur introduces AlterEgo: a wearable AI device.
Gene-editing tools like CRISPR enable us to program life at its most fundamental level. But this raises some pressing questions: If we can generate new species from scratch, what should we build? Should we redesign humanity as we know it?
What if we could capture pollution in the air around us and turn into something useful? Inventor Anirudh Sharma shares how he created AIR-INK, a useable black ink that’s made from PM 2.5 pollution.
Viruses have a bad reputation — but some of them could one day save your life, says biotech entrepreneur Alexander Belcredi.
“Through architecture, we can do much more than create buildings,” Jeanne Gang says. “We can help steady this planet we all share.”
What do you get when you combine the strongest materials from the plant world with the most elastic ones from the insect kingdom? Super-performing materials that might transform … everything.
In an eye-opening talk, food innovator and TED Fellow Bruce Friedrich shows the plant- and cell-based products that could soon transform the global meat industry — and your dinner plate.
Electric cars are extremely quiet, offering some welcome silence in our cities. But they also bring new dangers, since they can easily sneak up on unsuspecting pedestrians. What kind of sounds should they make to keep people safe?
“The price of doing science is admitting when you’re wrong, but the payoff is the best there is: knowledge and understanding,” Phil Plait says.
Humans produce 300 million tons of new plastic each year — yet, despite our best efforts, less than 10 percent of it ends up being recycled. Is there a better way to deal with all this waste?
Keith Kirkland is developing wearable tech that communicates information using only the sense of touch. Check out his team’s first product, a navigation device for the blind and visually impaired, and learn more about the entirely new “haptic language” he’s creating to power it.
Many generations have felt they’ve reached the pinnacle of technological advancement. Yet, if you look back 100 years, the technologies we take for granted today would seem like impossible magic.
Otra vez el poder de uno, con su cámara pudo hacer una diferencia, para el maravilloso quetzal, para la biodiversidad, y para mucho mas…
Neil deGrasse Tyson’s Life Advice Will Leave You SPEECHLESS – One of the Most Eye Opening Interviews.
The hard, reef-building corals are only one important group of these diverse animals.
Small birds have incredibly rapid vision to see obstacles in their way and catch prey.
Scientific American looks into the physical properties of socks.
How to burn a candle underwater. Simple science trick. Watch the flame continue to burn beneath the water level as the wax holds back the water.
The Parapsychological War – Amazing Revelations (English Subtitles) is the English-subtitled version of Daniel Roxin’s Romanian Documantary “Razboiul parapsihologic (1) – Dezvaluiri uimitoare”
“The Parapsychological War – Psychic Protection” is the English-subtitled version of Daniel Roxin’s Romanian Documantary “Razboiul parapsihologic (2) – Protectia psihica”. The documentary explains the psychological defense mechanisms.