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A neuroscientist says a simple question can defuse the anxiety you feel when your morning alarm goes off
According to one scientist, that feeling of morning dread could really just be your body trying to tell you something.
How a master networker convinced execs, Olympians, and Nobel laureates to come to his house, cook him dinner, wash the dishes — and like it
In a TED Salon talk, Jon Levy said you don't need a large following to be influential; it comes down to who you're connected with and trust.
The man whose terminally ill wife wrote the heartbreaking letter ‘You may want to marry my husband’ reveals how a year of grief changed hi...
Jason Rosenthal's wife made sure he knew it was alright to feel joy after she died. In fact, she told the world that she wanted him to find new love. A year after hear death, Rosenthal reveals what the journey's been like.
Stranger Things star Aimee Mullins has done a decade of inspiring Ted Talks — her tips will help anyone be a better public speaker
Aimee Mullins Ted Talks have inspired millions of people and helped launch her acting career. She's so good, she's started to train people on public speaking. She shares her top tips that anyone can use to give a powerful talk or presentation.
An evolutionary biologist’s profound TED talk explains why you should think of life as an ‘unfinished book’
Prosanta Chakrabarty, a professor of evolutionary biology and ichthyology (the study of fish) at Louisiana State University, wants you to rethink everything you think you know about evolution.
Beyond the talks, there are all sorts of indulgent experiences to keep attendees occupied. I showed up at the 2018 TED conference to check it all out.
Even if you're short on time, TED Talks can offer a bite-size opportunity to expand your horizons — and maybe impress a friend or two.
President Trump must first be able to prove he can communicate something of substance before he sits down with TED Director Chris Anderson.
"TED Talks: Nayi Soch" is TED's first foreign TV show, and it will be broadcast to some 650 million people in India.
Although students are physically going to school, a quarter of a billion aren't learning anything.