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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 – Lomography creates memories at TEDxVienna   Recently updated !

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 […]


How to turn learning German into a self-improvement tool? 2   Recently updated !

Have you ever found yourself thinking « I can’t do that because I don’t speak the language » ? Even if languages can be learnt, people seem to focus more often on the difficulties they bring rather than the opportunities they create. In Austria, many foreigners come to learn German: […]


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Coffee Shops We Have and Coffee Shops We Need

Cafés and coffee shops nowadays offer much more than just coffee and are designed to meet our needs: they offer Wi-Fi and snacks, have big comfy couches, … Together with co-working spaces, coffee shops are among the most popular places for working, studying and socializing. With the growing number of entrepreneurs […]


Tech, trust and the media: Three questions to answer by 2029 1   Recently updated !

The end of trust: What are the fundamental questions that need to be answered within the next decade so that humanity and technology can grow side by side? A talk with Ethan Zuckerman. “How do we trigger social change? Through law, markets, norms and code,” Ethan Zuckerman stated in his […]


What does AI have to do with creativity and compassion?

The TED2018 conference “The Age of Amazement” in Vancouver left me amazed indeed. I was sitting with my jaw dropped in Gartenbaukino on the broadcast event organized by TEDxVienna. But there was one particular talk that kept my brain busy for months after the live stream in April. It was […]


To control complex systems with a simple brain – The interview with Ramin Hasani

Have you ever felt that Blade Runner’s scenes from 1982 are transforming into reality nowadays? Do you recognize the concepts of Star Trek: The Original Series from 1966 in the solutions or products of today? Or maybe even you yourself are developing one of them? Then – for sure – […]