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Infectious disease expert Adam Kucharski uses mathematical models to help the world understand how diseases like Ebola and Zika spread, and how they can be controlled.
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Why we need optimism to solve the climate crisis, and why TED’s new COUNTDOWN initiative can serve as a key catalyst of this optimism for countries, cities and citizens everywhere.
Christiana Figueres brokered the historic Paris Agreement to combat climate change. She gives an inside look at the negotiations that led to a commitment from 195 countries and discusses her current work on COUNTDOWN.
A professor at Harvard Business School and expert in work culture, Frei goes into companies like WeWork and Uber with the goal of turning toxic environments into healthy, inclusive spaces.
According to cognitive scientist Donald Hoffman, our brains are showing us a "hacked" version of reality.
Economist Kate Raworth makes a case for “doughnut economics”.
At 26, Michael Tubbs ran for Mayor of Stockton, California, hoping to transform a city in crisis into a community of opportunity.
Best-selling author Elif Shafak proves that storytelling can be profoundly political—and makes the case for embracing uncertainty in turbulent times.
Neuroscientist Anil Seth tries to explain the biggest mystery of all: consciousness.
Psychologist Daniel Gilbert delves deep into the weird, counterintuitive science of happiness.