Monthly Archives: October 2019


Sarah E. Hill on Women’s Brains and the Birth Control Pill

Sarah E. Hill is a research psychologist who uses theoretical tools taken from evolutionary sciences to study psychology and health. Recently, she has turned her expertise to uncovering what we know and don’t know about the impact of the birth control pill on the brain. In her TEDxVienna talk, she […]


About Time that we celebrated – TEDxVienna 10 years!   Recently updated !

Woohoo, we’ve officially turned 10! Did you celebrate with us? Did you join us in singing “Happy Birthday” after the opening medley by V.O.I.C.E., Vienna’s pop and jazz choir experience? Our anniversary celebration was not only about celebrating 10 years of existence, but we also celebrated many great achievements: more […]


About Time – In an Instant

Just like last year,  Lomography was kind enough to offer a few of their cameras for this year’s conference, About Time. It was a lot of fun taking some candid and some not-so-candid photos of attendees, volunteers, and speakers. Check them out below! Also, stay tuned, part two of this series is coming […]


Recapping the recaps – 10 years of TEDxVienna salons and conferences

It is About Time for the 10 year anniversary of TEDxVienna. The day is almost here. Will you be there to celebrate with us? Looking back and reflecting on the way we took to get here, to this 10 year anniversary of TEDxVienna, we get a bit nostalgic. So many […]


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How to successfully network at a TED event?

Beyond attending the conference, there are multiple things to do once you get your TEDxVienna pass. As it is a public event, you will find yourself surrounded by a lot of like minded people. Not everyone finds it easy to go around and mingle, although it’s the type of event […]


TEDxVienna turns green: How to make a large-scale event eco-friendly?

“TEDx is a bit of a role model and guides people towards innovation and how they can live their lives. We will ask attendees for their feedback because we want to give them the opportunity to tell us what they think we can do on sustainability. There are 1,000 attendees, […]


Recapping the recaps – who was OUT THERE at TEDxVienna 2016?

2016 was the year when TEDxVienna experimented with different styles of the TEDx talks. The classical talk format was switched for an interview with Joshua Beckford, a today 14 year old boy with autism who at the age of 6 was the youngest to attend Oxford. Urbanist Eugene Quinn, on […]


How about not feeling guilty for being eco-friendly

With the world finally understanding that our ecosystem is, putting it mildly, not in the best condition, more and more people are trying to live more eco-friendly. This is quite a positive trend, taking into account, that mankind has already used up all its ecological resources for the year 2019 […]


Three ways to experience TEDxVienna

Most people know TEDx conferences from watching TEDx Talks on YouTube. Some might have even seen particularly interesting ones at university or at school. However, the conference experience itself is seldom talked about and with this article, we seek to change that. I have interviewed three very different people who […]