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Shattering cancer with resonant frequencies: Anthony Holland at TEDxSkidmoreCollege

Translator: Delia Bogdan Reviewer: Ilze Garda Usually, I would be standing on this stage over here, conducting the college orchestra, because I’m a music professor. But tonight I’m going to talk about my moonlight activities in the field of science. (Laughter) And how they led to a cancer research lab and an important breakthrough. Over […]

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TEDxBratislava – Michal CIFRA – Light of living organisms

Translator: Viki Poórová Reviewer: Zuzana Šplhová I am a scientist and researcher at the Institute of Photonics and Electronics of the Czech Academy of Sciences. Our research group focuses on studying our own electromagnetic fields and living organisms’ own radiation. So, my story has begun, and now it maybe will begin even luckier. When I […]

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How a few scientists transformed the way we think about disease – Tien Nguyen

What if I told you that all illnesses, things like the cold, the flu, strep throat, came from wandering clouds of poisonous vapor? You’d probably think that absurd, and, don’t worry, it’s completely wrong. Yet that’s actually what people thought caused diseases for several centuries. They called it miasma theory, and everyone from the public […]

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PhD or no PhD? Discovery of the open science: Celya Gruson Daniel at TEDxParisUniversités

Translator: Denise RQ Reviewer: Jim Taylor No thesis. Maybe some of you – I saw there were many students in the room – are wondering, “Am I going to write a thesis?” Or maybe others wondered about it years ago. Well, me, three years ago. I was really on the right track to write a […]

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Why is biodiversity so important? – Kim Preshoff

Our planet’s diverse thriving ecosystems may seem like permanent fixtures, but they’re actually vulnerable to collapse. Jungles can become deserts, and reefs can become lifeless rocks, even without cataclysmic events, like volcanoes and asteroids. What makes one ecosystem strong and another weak in the face of change? The answer, to a large extent, is biodiversity. […]

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Recruiting women for science, technology, engineering and maths: Sheryl Sorby at TEDxFulbrightDublin

Translator: Patrícia Imada Reviewer: ali alshalali Hello everyone. I had an older sister who always wanted to be a teacher from probably the moment she was born. And from the time I could talk, we got to play any game I wanted as long as it was school. And as long as she got to […]

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