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On “60 Minutes,” TED Prize winner Charmian Gooch shows how easy it can be to move questionable funds into the US


Charmian Gooch’s message on 60 Minutes: “America came up as the easiest place to set up an anonymous company after Kenya.

Reading list: Big ideas in books from our TED2016 speakers


  With TED2016 quickly approaching, what better way to get ready than with a good book (or two, or three)?

Introducing the TED Residency


Are you working on something that deserves wider exposure? Do you draw insights and inspiration from people in other fields?

On “60 Minutes,” TED Prize winner Charmian Gooch shows how easy it can be to move questionable funds into the US


Charmian Gooch’s message on 60 Minutes: “America came up as the easiest place to set up an anonymous company after Kenya.

Books to get you ready for TED2016


  With TED2016 quickly approaching, what better way to get ready than with a good book (or two, or three)?

Decisive ideas, scientific breakthroughs, critical junctures: A recap of TEDGlobal>Geneva


In a tour-de-force talk, Elizabeth Lev tours the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel during TEDGlobal>Geneva.

How a TED Talk inspired a row across the Pacific Ocean


Update: As of January 25, 2016, the Coxless Crew made it to Australia, covering 8,446 miles over the span of 257 days at sea.

Announcing our 2016 TED Prize winner: Satellite archaeologist Sarah Parcak


Sarah Parcak has a big idea on how we can protect ancient sites and, with them, our cultural history.

On “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” Sarah Parcak shows the lost city of Tanis, teases her TED Prize wish

“This is Tanis from Indiana Jones, from Raiders of the Lost Ark?” asks Stephen Colbert, holding up a pair of photos, one that shows a barren patch of desert, and another that shows an intricate system of buildings and streets buried underneath it.

Diversity of thought: Speakers at TED@StateStreet share their passions


The power of us: Sahil Sethi calls for corporations to participate in helping the United Nations reach their Sustainable Development Goals.

Decisive ideas, scientific breakthroughs, critical junctures: A recap of TEDGlobal>Geneva


In a tour-de-force talk, Elizabeth Lev tours the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel during TEDGlobal>Geneva.

Is necessity really the mother of invention? 14 speakers at TED@IBM challenge this adage


Josh Luber is a “sneakerhead.” In his talk at TED@IBM in San Francisco, he examined the unregulated secondhand sneaker market — a $6 billion a year business.

How a TED Talk inspired a row across the Pacific Ocean


Your 20s: are they an extended adolescence, or the critical setup for adult life? After watching Meg Jay’s TED Talk, “Why 30 is not the new 20,” 27-year-old Lizanne Van Vuuren decided it was time to get serious about her athletic goals.

Decisive ideas, scientific breakthroughs, critical junctures: A recap of TEDGlobal>Geneva


In a tour-de-force talk, Elizabeth Lev tours the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel during TEDGlobal>Geneva.

Meet the 2016 class of TED Fellows and Senior Fellows


We are thrilled to announce the new class of Fellows for TED2016. These 21 world-changers work at the very forefront of their fields and represent 12 countries around the world – including, for the first time in the program, Kyrgyzstan.

Meet the 2016 class of TED Fellows and Senior Fellows


We are thrilled to announce the new class of Fellows for TED2016. Below, meet the new group of Fellows who will join us at TED2016, February 15-19 in Vancouver.

“Grandparents tell the best stories”: Get ready for the Great Thanksgiving Listen


James Kennicott’s life advice for his granddaughter: “Just roll with it.” The two recorded an interview using the StoryCorps app while sitting in an Applebee’s parking lot.

“Grandparents tell the best stories”: Get ready for the Great Thanksgiving Listen


James Kennicott’s life advice for his granddaughter: “Just roll with it.” The two recorded an interview using the StoryCorps app while sitting in an Applebee’s parking lot.

Announcing our 2016 TED Prize winner: Satellite archaeologist Sarah Parcak


Sarah Parcak has a big idea on how we can protect ancient sites and, with them, our cultural history.

Running notes from TEDYouth 2015: Made in the Future


Sarah Parcak is a space archeologist, using satellite imagery to find hidden ancient wonders — lost cities, temples, even pyramids.


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