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TEDx Warwick 09

Our inspiration for TEDx Warwick ’09 is simple, just like TED. Why not empower students with ideas of the future in which they will live so that they can carry on the tradition by giving birth to new ideas about the future beyond theirs. This captures the essence of our event and we hope that you can see in it what we, and a strong following around the world see - that ideas drive the human race.

Virtual reality and virtual environments - Vinesh Raja

10:29 Wed 24 Jun 2009

Professor Vinesh Raja talks about his work on virtual reality, virtual environments and locomotion.


Hapiness and the economic crisis

10:28 Wed 24 Jun 2009

Professor Andrew Oswald talks about the economic crisis and how it might effect human happiness.


The next wave of convergence - Ian Pearson

17:26 Tue 17 Mar 2009

Futurologist Ian Pearson talks about the next wave of convergence between the digital and human.

Computer Science

Citizen Cyberscience - Francois Grey

17:25 Tue 17 Mar 2009

Senior Advisor, UNOSAT, UN Institute for Training and Research, CERN talks about citizen cyberscience - how people can contribute to real science and solve real problems using the web.


Defining humanity - Steve Fuller

17:24 Tue 17 Mar 2009

Professor Steve Fuller on the ambiguity of our notions of what is 'human'.


The psychology of heroism and evil - Philip Zimbardo

17:23 Tue 17 Mar 2009

Professor Philip Zimbardo, Emeritus of Psychology, Stanford University talks about the psychology of heroism and evil.


Collective intelligence at a time of global crisis - Tom Atlee

17:22 Tue 17 Mar 2009

Tom Atlee's research and thought innovations span from the conscious evolution of social systems to collaborative dynamics to a host of other ideas centering on group, social and political dynamics.


The 'Brain Box' - Steve Furber

17:21 Tue 17 Mar 2009

Steve Furber is probably most famous as the principal designer of the BBC Microcomputer and the ARM 32-bit RISC microprocessor. His latest project is known as Spinnaker, also nicknamed the 'brain box', to be constructed at the University of Manchester.

Computer Science

Selling Good: Three marketing strategies that can save the world - Solitaire Townsend

17:20 Tue 17 Mar 2009

Solitaire Townsend is one of the liveliest voices on climate change. She is co-founder of Futerra, UK's award-winning green communications agency.


Challenging the paradigm of materialism - Jay Lakhani

17:19 Tue 17 Mar 2009

Jay Lakhani, a Theoretical Physicist, explores the findings at the cutting edge of modern Physics and how they relate to the broader ideas of spirituality at the heart of Hindu tradition.