Radu


About Radu

Radu studied film & computing, works in EdTech as a content creator, and reads nonfiction books in his spare time.


Joe Hanson on Science Communication, Education, and Climate Change

Joe Hanson, the creator, and host of It’s Okay To Be Smart, an award-winning science education YouTube show from PBS Digital Studios that celebrates curiosity and the pleasure of finding things out. We had a chance to speak with him after his talk at our tenth-anniversary conference, About Time. In […]


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 […]


What do I do with my money? – A primer to investing

So you’re interested in investing. Maybe you already know why and what you want out of it, or maybe you’re just curious about what it means. In any case, if we want to talk about investing, there’s a lot to cover. This article is a first round of heavy-fire questions […]


Kevin Lieber on creativity, Vsauce2 and science communication

TEDxVienna recently got the chance to chat with Kevin Lieber during our 2018 conference SIMPLEXITY. We talked about the role of the science communicator in today’s society, his creative endeavors on Vsauce2, his personal YouTube channel, and his new podcast. The Interview Q: As a first question, I’m sure both […]


Love

Andrew Solomon on unconditional love and acceptance

And then I thought, all of us who have children love the children we have, with their flaws. If some glorious angel suddenly descended through my living room ceiling and offered to take away the children I have and give me other, better children — more polite, funnier, nicer, smarter — I would cling to […]