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New Year, New Beginnings! TEDxGöteborg is back and we are beyond excited for what's to come in 2021.
Presenting our first event of the year - WHAT THE TECH? Live on April 22nd, TEDxGöteborg will host an all-digital event.
Focusing on the letter T of TEDx, this tech-themed event will inspire you & bring new ideas to life!
Have you met TED...?
Since 2010 TEDxGöteborg has spread ideas across the west coast, Sweden and the world. But, who is TED? what does TED stand for (literally speaking)? Well, you are lucky. On TEDxGöteborgs 10th birthday we are going all in. Four events, more speakers, more ideas and beyond. Göteborg, TED is in town and you will notice. Let's paint Göteborg red!
What the TECH! - 2021
TBD - To Be Designed - 2021
ConneXions - 2021
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TEDxGöteborg is a local non-profit vibrant community of thinkers, makers and doers who are passionately devoted to spreading TED vision and values. Our mission is to inspire people – to connect, create, share, and care. TEDxGöteborg was founded in 2009, and since then we have organized more than 10 events. Make sure you don’t miss the next one! If you want to get a feel for what it is all about, check out some of our speeches, and photos from previous events.
A journey into beatboxing as well as life, Dave Crowe will talk about people he met around the world and sour lemons that turned out to be sweeter than honey in retrospect.
Graphene. These just one-atom thick carbon structures is without doubt the most buzzed-about material in the world of science today. Mikael Fogelström, Professor at Chalmers, coordinates two large national research projects on graphene science.
Listed by The Guardian as one of the world's 100 most Inspirational Women, Jasvinder Sanghera has been fighting forced marriages and honour based abuse -- both in her native Britain and internationally.
Loneliness happens to be one of the greatest life hazards of our times and touching is a key element in connecting with people and forming relationships. Helena Backlund Wasling and her team of researchers has mapped how a soft touch activates the parts of the brain that controls our emotions.