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Self control: Dan Ariely at TEDxDuke

Behavioral economist Dan Ariely talks about self control and the difference between our long term goals and our short term actions. Dan Ariely is an renowned ...

Save the bees! But how? | Brandon Dawson | TEDxDuke

A basic explanation of the process of beekeeping and ways to get involved in your community. Brandon Dawson is a first year at Duke hoping to major in Public ...

The Crisis of Native History | Adair Necalli | TEDxDuke

The importance of how history is portrayed. Exploring how the narrative of history is often written by the dominating side. The importance of Native American ...

Explosive Resonance! | Derek Leadbetter | TEDxDuke

A physics demonstration of energy, waves, and resonance by Derek Leadbetter, demonstration manager (for physics lecture demonstrations and community ...

Why We Should All Be Interested in Space | Beepul Bharti | TEDxDuke

Why everybody needs to be invested in exploring and understanding space. Beepul is a first-year student at Duke planning to double major in Biomedical ...

Art, Resistance, and the Dominant Narrative | Saba Taj | TEDxDuke

How do we understand, define and participate in art? How does that change the way that we understand and participate in resistance? Saba is a queer Muslim ...

Choose to See the Crystals | Riya Dange | TEDxDuke

Sexual assault is very common in today's society. Riya gives examples from her personal experience of working with sexual assault survivors and talks about ...

Do Numbers Lie? | Jun Yang | TEDxDuke

Dr. Yang explores the idea of computational fact checking. In today's society, it is very easy to manipulate data to say what we want it to day. Computational fact ...

TEDxDuke - Daniel Wong on Realistic Idealism: Seeing People as People

DANIEL WONG Daniel was born in Johannesburg, South Africa, and he lived in Hong Kong from age two through five. After living in Hong Kong he moved to ...

The Purpose of Work | Tony Loyd | TEDxDuke

The way you spend your time is the way you spend your life. On average, working Americans spend 36% of our weekdays sleeping and 37% of our days at work ...

TEDxDuke - Owen Astrachan - A Personal Odyssey

"A Personal Odyssey: Understanding and Teaching Computer Science for 28 years" Owen Astrachan is Professor of the Practice of Computer Science at Duke ...

Not Just Nine Months | Shannon Malloy | TEDxDuke

Maternal mortality is a problem not just in other countries but in America as well. This talk explores the challenges the United States faces when dealing with ...

Three dirty words | Atrayus Goode | TEDxDuke

This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. When Atrayus Goode entered college in 2003 at the University of ...

TEDxDuke - Caroline Bruzelius - Visual Space and Technology

"Visual Space and Technology" Caroline Bruzelius has been teaching at Duke since 1981. She received her BA from Wellesley College and her Ph.D. from Yale ...

Food for Deep Space | Morgan Irons | TEDxDuke

Making food available in space by solving food security on Earth. A senior at Duke, Morgan is inspired by her passions for space and biology. Based on her ...

Singing the Same Song: Empathy, Curiosity, and Human Connection | Neil Prose | TEDxDuke

Dr. Neil Prose discusses his experiences with patient care and humility as a medical practitioner. Dr. Prose has learned that it is important to listen to patients ...

Sherryl Broverman at TEDxDuke

In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx ...

Biosense the Future | Mohamed Ibrahim | TEDxDuke

From the history of medicine to developing new technology to be used as medical tools. Dr. Mo talks about his research and how it led to a device that will allow ...

TEDxDuke: Bill Brown on Effective Innovation

Bill Brown is cofounder of Palmer Labs, LLC, and 8 Rivers Capital, LLC, companies that focus on financing and commercializing technologies related to energy, ...

TEDxDuke - Deborah Jenson on The Duke FHI Haiti Humanities Laboratory Cholera Project

DEBORAH JENSON of the Haiti Lab Deborah Jenson is Professor of French and Romance Studies at Duke University, Interim Director of the Center for French ...

TEDxDuke - Carl Nordgren on Creative Populism

CARL NORDGREN Nordgren is a creative populist. He has been an entrepreneur, helping found two pioneer cellular telephone companies, two innovative ...

Energy and the Environment 2.0 | Timothy Johnson | TEDxDuke

The energy and environmental challenges of today require new ways of thinking. While the history of environmental management contains its share of success ...

Building the fort -- a metaphor for starting anything | Chris Heivly | TEDxDuke

This talk was given at a local TEDx event, produced independently of the TED Conferences. Chris Heivly talks about his experience starting MapQuest and ...

TEDxDuke - Tony O'Driscoll on Preparing our Children for a World We Can Barely Imagine

TONY O'DRISCOLL Tony O'Driscoll Ed.D. is a Professor of the Practice at Duke University's Fuqua School of Business where he also serves as Executive ...

Todd Sears at TEDxDuke

In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx ...

How to repurpose activist energy to govern | Suhani Jalota | TEDxDuke

How do you make the government listen to you? How can energy empower communities to demand their own rights and at the same time govern themselves?

Forget MPG: Being smart about car fuel efficiency | Rick Larrick | TEDxDuke

Our decisions about car fuel efficiency are prone to systematic biases. In this behavioral economics talk, Rick Larrick demonstrates these biases and tells car ...