Prepárate para un día lleno de inspiración. El próximo 12 de Junio de 9AM a 7PM, en el Teatro Amador, transmitiremos el segundo día de charlas de TED Global en Edinburg, Escocia.
Wednesday, June 12, 2013, 9:00am-10:30am
Hosted by Chris Anderson
Former Prime Minister of GreeceGeorge Papandreou draws on lessons learned from the Greek debt crisis as he helps guide the EU through difficult waters
Rating agency reformerAnnette Heuser proposes critical reforms to loosen the iron grip of rating agencies on national credit scores.
Social investment visionaryToby Eccles has created a radical financial instrument that helps private investors contribute to solving thorny public problems.
Risk economistDidier Sornette studies whether it is possible to anticipate big changes or predict crises in complex systems
Gentleman thiefApollo Robbins will take the watch off your wrist and the phone from your pocket, then hand them back to you and (maybe) show you how he did it.
Which actor in the economy is most responsible for making radical innovation happen? Mariana Mazzucato comes up with a surprising answer: the State.
Wednesday, June 12, 2013, 11:15am-1:00pm
Hosted by Chris Anderson
Bernie Krause records the sounds of endangered biospheres. His soundscapes uncover nature’s rich sonic tapestry – along with some unexpected results.
Marla Spivak researches bees’ behavior and biology in an effort to preserve this threatened, but ecologically essential, insect.
Science historian Sonia Shah explores the surprisingly fascinating story behind an ancient scourge: malaria.
Greg Gage helps kids investigate the neuroscience in their own backyards.
Holly Morris tells the stories of women around the world through documentary, television, print and the web.
Wild sex biologist
Carin Bondar is an expert on the sexual life of animals — and loves to tell their wild sex stories.
Wednesday, June 12, 2013, 2:30pm-4:15pm
Hosted by Nassim Assefi and Gabriella Gomez-Mont
Physician-novelist and activist writer Nassim Assefi confronts health and human rights challenges around the globe.
TED Senior Fellow Gabriella Gomez-Mont directs “Laboratorio para la Ciudad”, Mexico City´s new creative think tank and experimental space.
Juan Pardinas works to increase prosperity in Mexico and Latin America by challenging conventional wisdom along with investors’ preconceptions.
Trita Parsi delves into Middle Eastern history and politics, uncovering fresh perspectives on Iranian, Israeli, and U.S. relations — and discovers potential solutions to brewing conflicts.
With provocative actions that erase the lines between performance and politics, Tania Bruguera transforms passive audiences into engaged citizens.
Singled out for the originality of her voice and style, Egyptian singer Dina El Wedidi has made her mark on her country’s music scene in just a few years.
Writer Lesley Hazleton is the author of ‘The First Muslim,’ a new look at the life of Muhammad.
Wednesday, June 12, 2013, 5:15pm-7:00pm
Hosted by Bruno Giussani
Molly Stevens studies and creates new biomaterials that could be used to detect disease and repair bones and human tissue.
Can we repair the brain? Siddharthan Chandran explores how to heal damage from degenerative disorders such as MS and motor neuron disease.
Spinal cord researcher
Grégoire Courtine and his interdisciplinary lab imagine new ways to recover after devastating, mobility-impairing injury to the spinal cord.
Mark Kendall aims to shake up how vaccines are delivered with the Nanopatch.
Feminist activist Naomi Wolf ignites heated debate with her assertion that sexuality — and anatomy — is at the core of feminine identity.
Drawing on threads stretching deeply into their musical ancestry, the brothers of Le Trio Joubran spin passionate oud music for the 21st century.