The beautiful future of solar power | Marjan van Aubel

The sun delivers more energy to earth in one hour than all of humanity uses in an entire year. How can we make this power more accessible to everyone, everywhere? Solar designer Marjan van Aubel shows how she’s turning everyday objects like tabletops and stained glass windows into elegant solar… CONTINUER À LIRE

The uncomplicated truth about women’s sexuality | Sarah Barmak

Is women’s sexuality more complicated than men’s? Well, not really, no, says author Sarah Barmak. In this frank, eye-opening talk, she shows how a flawed understanding of the female body has shaped this discussion for centuries. She debunks some age-old myths (you’re welcome) and offers a richer definition of pleasure… CONTINUER À LIRE

How we can store digital data in DNA | Dina Zielinski

From floppy disks to thumb drives, every method of storing data eventually becomes obsolete. What if we could find a way to store all the world’s data forever? Bioinformatician Dina Zielinski shares the science behind a solution that’s been around for a few billion years: DNA. Get TED Talks recommended… CONTINUER À LIRE

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The creative power of misfits | WorkLife with Adam Grant

Subscribe to WorkLife with Adam Grant on Apple Podcasts: and Spotify: Introducing season 2 of TED’s podcast, WorkLife with Adam Grant! In this episode, harness the power of frustrated people to shake up the status quo — just like Pixar did. (Audio only) Publiée le : 2019-03-20 17:55:45 CONTINUER À LIRE

Why I turned Chicago’s abandoned homes into art | Amanda Williams

Amanda Williams shares her lifelong fascination with the complexity of color: from her experiences with race and redlining to her discovery of color theory to her work as a visual artist. Journey with Williams to Chicago’s South Side and explore « Color(ed) Theory, » a two-year art project in which she painted… CONTINUER À LIRE

How a new species of ancestors is changing our theory of human evolution | Juliet Brophy

In 2013, a treasure trove of unusual fossils were uncovered in a cave in South Africa, and researchers soon realized: these were the remains of a new species of ancient humans. Paleoanthropologist Juliet Brophy takes us inside the discovery of Homo naledi, explaining how this mysterious ancestor is forcing us… CONTINUER À LIRE

Marilyn versus Monty Hall | Bayes 4

Le problème de Monty Hall est peut-être le plus grand des classiques des probabilités. Sa conclusion très contre-intuitive a induit en erreur de très nombreux mathématiciens. Il se trouve que même ces mathématiciens ne raisonnent pas de manière bayésienne… Facebook : Twitter : Tipeee : Mes goodies… CONTINUER À LIRE

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Dead Will : Retrouve tous les épisodes sur Les musiques des vidéos sont composées par Kevin MacLeod, sous licence CreativeCommons et disponibles sur son site : Si le cœur t’en dit, jette un œil à ma page Tipeee : Ou encore à ma page Utip :… CONTINUER À LIRE