The TED Fellows program brings young innovators from around the world into the TED community in order to amplify the impact of their projects and activities. Learn what the Fellows program is all about.
This year's TED Fellows class represents 15 countries and 14 disciplines. They join an incredible network of over 300 trailblazers from around the world. Meet them now.
Learn about each of the Fellows, their passions and their work: See the TED Fellows Network »
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Recent Talks from TED Fellows
- Skylar Tibbits: The emergence of "4D printing" 08:22 Posted: Apr 2013
- Jessica Green: We're covered in germs. Let's design for that. 08:43 Posted: Mar 2013
- Catarina Mota: Play with smart materials 09:55 Posted: Mar 2013
- Nina Tandon: Could tissue engineering mean personalized medicine? 06:19 Posted: Dec 2012
TED Fellows on Twitter
- Enda Nasution Anatomi Sebuah Perubahan - Rubah terdiri dari *23* spesies mamalia pemakan segala yang termasuk dalam... http://t.co/U1RSh7H0jG #oldposting May 25 9:47am GMT
- Enda Nasution Bro JKT mau ujan bro | It's currently Thunder in the Vicinity and 29C outside. May 25 9:44am GMT
- Enda Nasution Ternyataa stlh #sif13 ada riot di Stockholm semoga @tututhanda dan suami baik2x cc @ndorokakung @imanbr May 25 8:54am GMT
- Xavier Vilalta First round of a two days catalan wedding completed! Short stop for a clients meeting and going back to the countryside #crazy #celebrations May 25 8:53am GMT
- Awab Alvi Dear MQM, PTI supporters are not sorry! - by @zeynabali74 http://t.co/eDlwjhp2xv #PTI May 25 8:39am GMT
From the Fellows Blog
- Pocket diagnostics: uChek smartphone app launched May 8, 2013 At TED2013, Fellow Myshkin Ingawale — inventor of the ToucHb noninvasive anemia diagnosis tool — introduced uChek, a smartphone-based semi-automated urine analyzer intended to be used with commercially available urine dipsticks.
- Collapse of faith: Mohammad Tauheed on the Savar garment-factory disaster May 10, 2013 TED Fellow and architect Mohammad Tauheed tells us his experience of the disaster, how corruption and greed can quickly lead to tragedy, and what’s being done to prevent illegal building practices.
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