TEDxZurich 2017 Audience Experience – Creativity & Community

At TEDxZurich this year, we have been focusing on experiences with a wow factor that hopes to leave our audience inspired. We have looked for dedicated partners to put our ideas into action. With Opening Doors as a theme, we were oriented towards the importance of creativity & community. The “Crowd Doodle Wall” from Paint … Read moreTEDxZurich 2017 Audience Experience – Creativity & Community

TEDxZurich 2017 Audience Experience – Tech Corner

TEDxZurich 2017 is Opening Doors to you, the audience, on November 17 at the SRF Studio’s. We are excited to share with you a novelty at our event this year – the Tech Corner. Together with our partners – our Academic partner ETH, our Co-Partner Huawei and our Friends from Ableton we have created a … Read moreTEDxZurich 2017 Audience Experience – Tech Corner

TEDxZurich 2017 Audience Experience – Studio 2

TEDxZurich 2017 is Opening Doors to you, the audience, on November 17 at the SRF Studio’s. We are excited to share with you, the ideas we have developed in collaboration with our main partners. We want the audience to find spaces of discovery, creativity and relaxation to reflect and discuss the talks presented on the … Read moreTEDxZurich 2017 Audience Experience – Studio 2

What «opening doors» mean to Florian Schaffner

Story by Tanya König What does «opening doors» mean to you? It’s giving somebody a shot, giving an opportunity, opening a window. These doors are rarely the size of a gate, but small gestures that accumulate over time: An invite, a phone number, a small sponsorship. We have had many such doors opened to us … Read moreWhat «opening doors» mean to Florian Schaffner

Natasha Arora is featured on TED talks

Lesions. Ulcers. Rashes that spread on the skin. Fevers. Debilitating pain… and finally, at the end, even madness. These are only some of the effects of infectious syphilis, a sexually transmitted disease caused by a tiny cork-screw shaped bacterium, often viewed as a thing of the past. However, this disease is still very much present. … Read moreNatasha Arora is featured on TED talks