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Gala Marija Vrbanic: How a fashion designer creates clothes for our digital selves

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Marlene Zuk: What humans can learn from the sex lives of insects

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Kasha Patel: Why we should use comedy to explain science

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Gay Gordon-Byrne: Why do big manufacturers prevent you from repairing your own stuff?

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TED The Way We Work series. Episode 07: Mentorship is often understood as the older generation passing wisdom on to the younger generation. Patrice Gordon believes there are huge benefits to having the novice teach the master. She shares tips on how to reverse mentor effectively and bridge a changing workforce. Photo courtesy of TED. Courtesy of TED hide caption

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Patrice Gordon and Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic: How can we become more competent leaders?

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Sara Jones: What stories are missing from the the transracial adoption narrative?

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Nizar Ibrahim: How did we unearth the largest predator in history?

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Yana Buhrer Tavanier: Can social activism be playful?

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Dave Eggers: How Can Kids Learn Human Skills in a Tech-Dominated World?

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Bob Inglis: How I changed my mind about climate change

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Shoham Arad: What Does It Take To Turn An Idea Into A Movement?

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Forager Alexis Nikole Nelson says the outdoors is "like Disney World, but plants and full of much cheaper food." Rick vd Vlies/Getty Images/500px Plus hide caption

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How foraging reconnected Alexis Nikole Nelson with food and her culture

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Knut Ivar Bjørlykhaug: How can we turn environmental heartache into action?

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