After years of experiments, you've finally created the pets of the future – nano-rabbits! They're tiny, they're fuzzy ... and they multiply faster than the eye can see. But a rival lab has sabotaged you, threatening the survival of your new friends. Can you figure out how to avert this hare-raising catastrophe? Alex Gendler shows how. [Directed ...
About this event: Greenville is quickly becoming one of the major foodie destinations in the Southeast, and locally produced food is becoming an important part of who we are as a community. It seems like every day there is an announcement of a new restaurant in the community. However, for a restaurant to be truly local, the food must be local as well.
Event details: Greenville, South Carolina, United States · December 19, 2017
About this event: At our TEDxEroilorLive we played Session 9: It's Personal, part of our audience were volunteers and the organizing team of TEDxEroilor. This event was one week before our annual TEDxEroilor event so the audience had a chance to understand better the concept of TED talks and we also had a short training with our volunteers.
Event details: Cluj Napoca, Cluj, Romania · April 28, 2017
Dr. James Soka Moses began his fight against Ebola by treating patients, moved on to survivor treatment and studies and now advocates for an enlightened global approach to pandemic prevention and response.
About this event: March 12, 2020 from 6-8:30pm in Eaton Humanities 135 on the campus of CU Boulder.
This training will unpack sexual development at each age from common to concerning. It also provides tips on how to start conversations, respond to behaviors, and help kids of all ages feel comfortable with their bodies, sexuality and asking questions. Participant...
Event details: Boulder, Colorado, United States · March 13, 2020
Physician Seyi Oyesola co-developed the "Hospital in a Box" -- a pop-up, portable, solar-powered OR for off-grid medicine in Africa and elsewhere. But, he says, Africa needs more than new tools to heal itself.
Michael Merzenich studies neuroplasticity -- the brain's powerful ability to change itself and adapt -- and ways we might make use of that plasticity to heal injured brains and enhance the skills in healthy ones.
About this event: The lake Geneva region is starting to be known as the "health valley" of Switzerland, and it is blooming with creativity in the fields of health care, medical research, specialized training and biotechnology. Lausanne is today one of the places were medical innovation is truely sparkling.
Event details: Ecublens, Vaud (fr), Switzerland · November 13, 2014