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A solar-powered plane, our skewed perception of reality, and a robot that reads you to sleep.


Just a few of the intriguing headlines involving members of the TED community this week: Around the globe without a drop of fuel.

Meet our first class of TED Residents


An idea worth spreading doesn’t just magically appear out of thin air. Instead, it needs a long incubation period, a sometimes frustrating — and often exciting — trial and error of creation, failure and innovation.

Got a story you can’t share? Tell it, anonymously, to “Sincerely, X”


Think of a story from your life that you can’t tell anyone. Not because it reflects badly on you — in fact, you’re proud of the lessons you learned — but because of its effects on someone you love.

Motherhood without maternity leave, redefining “nude”, and a Pulitzer prize win.


The TED community has lots of news this week. Below, just a few highlights. Motherhood without maternity leave.

Meet the 110 speakers at TEDSummit 2016 (including some of the most popular of all time)


The number is 110: One hundred and ten past and new TED speakers are part of our newest conference, TEDSummit, happening in Banff, Canada, 26–30 June 2016.

A voyage to our closest star, the surprising paradox of an elephant’s brain, and rethinking college rankings.


As usual, the TED community has lots of news to share this week. Below, some highlights. A 4.37-lightyear starshot.

In Case You Missed It: Lessons we learned at TED2016


The major themes that ran through TED2016 ranged from social justice to virtual reality. The conference was held February 15-19, 2016, in Vancouver and talks from it are already online.

Meet the 110 speakers at TEDSummit 2016 (including some of the most popular of all time)


The number is 110: One hundred and ten past and new TED speakers are part of our newest conference, TEDSummit, happening in Banff, Canada, 26–30 June 2016.

One year, 81,000 stories: StoryCorps celebrates the anniversary of its app


Teenagers. They’re not exactly known for their listening skills. But over Thanksgiving weekend of 2015, high school students across the United States sat down with elders and asked them deep, meaningful questions about their lives.

Minimalist microbes, Vikings in North America, and puzzling TV shows


Just a few of the intriguing headlines involving members of the TED community this week: The bare necessities of life.

Meet the 110 speakers at TEDSummit 2016 (including some of the most popular of all time)


The number is 110: One hundred and ten past and new TED speakers are part of our newest conference, TEDSummit, happening in Banff, Canada, 26–30 June 2016.

The Panama Papers highlight how anonymity fuels corruption


TED Prize winner Charmian Gooch has worked for years to end anonymous shell companies. At TED2014, she gave the audience a look at how anonymity feeds corruption.

Bite-sized doodles, big ideas: Visualizing TED2016


Doodles are more than just idle scribbles; they can distill complex ideas into useful packets of knowledge.

More than visibility: Geena Rocero’s TED Talk, two years later


Geena Rocero takes the stage at TED2014. Photo: James Duncan Davidson It was the day of my TED Talk, worried about stumbling on stage.

Autism awareness at the UN, drones that deliver medicine, and cartoons in the classroom.


Lots of happenings in the TED community this week. Below, some highlights. Autism awareness at the UN.

111 new and past TED Talks speakers at TEDSummit 2016 (registration is open)


The number is 111: One hundred and eleven past and new TED speakers will be participating in our newest conference, TEDSummit, happening in Banff, Canada, 26-30 June 2016.

An encrypted email service, a 3D printer that uses molten glass, and a mural in “Garbage City”.


The TED community has been very busy over the past few weeks. Below, some newsy highlights. An app for safer email.

The dreams that define us: The global talks in Session 10 of TED2016


Siyanda Mohutsiwa started a Pan-African conversation with a hashtag. She spoke onstage at TED2016 on Thursday, February 18, 2016.

An encrypted email service, a 3D printer that uses molten glass, and a mural in “Garbage City”.


  The TED community has been very busy over the past few weeks. Below, some newsy highlights. An app for safer email.

Dear TEDsters … a note on the first anniversary of my talk


One year ago today, at TED2015, Monica Lewinsky gave a powerful talk about bullying, shaming and becoming a more empathetic society.


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