On Saturday 17 April 2010, Cambridge hosted its first ever TEDx event at the Cambridge Union, home of Cambridge’s historical debating society. A by-invitation only audience of 350, including leading academics and outstanding businesspeople, students and artists were invited to attend the conference.
Our theme was Pluripotency (lit. many powers), a term traditionally used in biological systems to refer to a stem cell, which has the power to become any cell in the body. In a wider sense, pluripotency suggests specialisation, evolution, possibilities and future potential.
Speakers may not be confirmed. Check event website for more information.