Theme: Revolutionary Ideas
Boston, MA, United States
June 25th, 2013
About this event
Ask Questions, Seek Answers
How can trash fuel our world?
How can teens be empowered to reject extremism?
How can tissue engineering transform the way drugs are designed?
How can taking your pen off the paper let you draw things exactly as you imagine?
How can training new doctors and nurses in resource-limited countries cure more than people?
At TEDxBoston 2013, where x = independently organized TED event, we honor local innovators who ask tough questions and have the passion, curiosity, and tenacity to find answers. Come join the journey with Boston’s brightest thinkers and boldest doers.
Happy 5th Anniversary
TEDxBoston launched in 2009, and since then the talks have been viewed over 7 million times worldwide. We’re proud and humbled that such amazing people have gathered every year in the audience and on stage to share ideas worth spreading. We can’t wait to get together again on our fifth anniversary to celebrate our city’s ingenuity.
Ways to Participate in TEDxBoston 2013
Attend at the Seaport World Trade Center:
TEDxBoston takes place in two venues at the Seaport World Trade Center; the Amphitheater main stage and the Living Room simulcast, a collaborative social space designed by Turnstone. Tickets are required. Apply for tickets here.
Listen on WBUR:
WBUR 90.9 FM, Boston’s NPR News Station, will live broadcast part of TEDxBoston followed by a special on-site production of Radio Boston with hosts Meghna Chakrabarti and Anthony Brooks.
Immerse as an avatar in the TEDxBoston Global Online Auditorium:
Create an avatar in Avaya Live Engage and watch a live stream in an immersive virtual environment with 3D audio that allows you to have natural conversations with hundreds of attendees from around the world.
Watch on the web:
TEDxBoston will be streamed live on the home page of our website. Over the past four years, thousands of people have joined us from 38 countries to watch a webcast of the talks and performances.
Organize a Meet-up:
We encourage you to invite family, friends, and coworkers to watch as a group to spark conversation and connections among the people you care about. If you are interested in opening it up to your community and hosting a public meet-up please Contact Us to let us know and to get more information
- Danielle D. Duplin
- Jimmy Guterman
- Matt Saiia
- Sean Belka
- Lori Keenan
- Executive Director
- Christine Buford
- Speaker Concierge, Program Manager
- Jane Lim
- Project Manager
- Lucy Schachter
- Assistant Program Manager