Engineers beyond engineering — the art of being an engineer: Philippe Rival at TEDxImperialCollege

Translator: Soumya Satheesan Reviewer: Denise RQ Thank you very much, everyone. I stared civil engineering three years ago, here at Imperial, and it’s been a hell of a ride. It’s really been very enriching, because I have to trust that when I graduate in a year, if there’s a graduate out there who’ll be able […]

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TEDxUIUC – David E. Goldberg – 7 Missing Basics of Engineering

Translator: Mohand Habchi Reviewer: Tatjana Jevdjic So I’m David Goldberg, and 51 days ago I resigned my tenure at the University of Illinois, to start a consultancy and an executive coaching firm to help transform engineering education in this country and around the world. In the next 6 minutes, I want to tell you a […]

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Democratizing innovation with open hardware: Gabriella Levine at TEDxNavesink

Translator: Brian Smiga Reviewer: Denise RQ Hi, I’m Gabriella Levine. I work as an artist and a technologist, and I build robots. Two things in my early childhood greatly affect what I do now. When I was eight, I had Lyme disease, and my summer started off as a bad one. I couldn’t go outside […]

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Kenneth Shinozuka: My simple invention, designed to keep my grandfather safe

What’s the fastest growing threat to Americans’ health? Cancer? Heart attacks? Diabetes? The answer is actually none of these; it’s Alzheimer’s disease. Every 67 seconds, someone in the United States is diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. As the number of Alzheimer’s patients triples by the year 2050, caring for them, as well as the rest of the […]

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Repairing burn wounds through skin regeneration: Fiona Wood at TEDxFlanders

Translator: Els De Keyser Reviewer: Capa Girl Thank you, that’s right. I’m Fiona Wood. I’m a plastic and reconstructive surgeon, and for the last 30 years — I’ve spent my whole professional life focused on and trying to treat people with burn injuries. I think as a plastic surgeon I see suffering on a daily […]

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Inspiring the next generation of female engineers | Debbie Sterling | TEDxPSU

Translator: Moe Shoji Reviewer: Ivana Korom I’d like you all to close your eyes. Closed? Okay. Now, you can’t see me right now, but I’m actually riding a unicycle, juggling hundreds of balls. (Laughter) No, keep your eyes closed, though. It’s really great. But okay. So close your eyes, and picture an engineer. Everyone got […]

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