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Erin Lubin / TED

How moving back to the South could give Black Americans' vote more power

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Visiting the plantation where her ancestors were enslaved

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Remembering the lives of enslaved people by sleeping where they once lived

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Friday

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Twins are a mirror to each other – and a window into the mysteries of genetics

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Dian Lofton / TED

The Earth and Moon are twins! A discovery that explains their origin

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Bob Daemmrich

Want to predict the future? Digital twins that model planes, climate—even cancer

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Kourosh Keshiri

The dizzying chaos of having an internet doppelganger

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Friday

Gilberto Tadday / TED

Brain-sensing tech is on the rise. But what about your right to mental privacy?

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Ryan Lash / TED

The beginning of mind-reading technology? No, it's not science fiction

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Ryan Lash / TED

How lab-grown brain cells can now help us understand brain disorders

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How a tiny implant can stop seizures from happening

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Saturday

Daniel Hertzberg

Body Electric: The Body Across The Ages

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Friday

Marla Aufmuth

Instead of chasing happiness, build deeper meaning into your life

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Jason Redmond / TED

Could humanity be sustainable? It's not as hopeless as you think

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Gilberto Tadday / TED

One woman's quest to help low-income moms flourish and redefine wealth for herself

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