TEDxVienna


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 […]


Revolting Youth: A new form of teenage rebellion   Recently updated !

During the TEDxVienna 2019 Conference “About Time” we listened to Kacey Wong, an artist from Hong Kong. His powerful talk was about protests in Hong Kong and how art can be a form of protest. He unites art and social activism. At the beginning of his speech, Kacey said: “My city […]


About Time – Lomography creates memories at TEDxVienna

Lomography kindly provided us with cameras to use during the TEDxVienna About Time conference and we had a lot of fun with them. Over the last few years, instant cameras have been back on the market: no need to wait more than a few seconds to get the film in […]


Wildlife Conservation: An Interview with Wes Larson

As a wildlife biologist, Wesley Larson’s focus for the past 8 years has  specifically been on polar and black bears. During that time, Wes’ work took him from the United States to Africa, and even all the way to the Arctic.. He also assisted on a number of other wildlife […]


The story is bigger than me – interview with Abdi Latif Dahir

  Abdi Latif Dahir is a journalist, born in Nairobi and raised in Somalia, who has recently become the East Africa Correspondent at the New York Times. At the TEDxVienna Conference “About Time”, he delivered a speech about how to create beautiful moments and capture them in your memory, even though […]


Chase Masterson on Real Life Heroism

When people are faced with a traumatic situation, there is a variety of ways that they can react. Some become angry, others are overwhelmed by sadness. Unfortunately, very few speak about their experiences and actively seek help from others. A minute percentage, however, decide to use their trauma to help […]


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!

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 […]