TEDxSydney will this year be held at the International Convention Centre on Friday 16th June, with TEDxYouth - featuring speakers between the ages of 16 to 26 - taking place on the 6th September at the Sydney Town Hall.
Since 2012, the University of Sydney has been partnering with TEDxSydney, the annual event of ‘ideas worth spreading’.
TEDxSydney is an offshoot of US-based TED talks, founded in 1984, which presents the world's leading thinkers and doers sharing their most important ideas in an 18-minute talk.
TEDxYouth@Sydney is made by young people, for young people, but with the eyes and ears of the world in mind. It provides a platform designed for young change makers, thinkers, innovators, activists, entrepreneurs, and go-getters between the ages of 16 and 26.
The University of Sydney is once again hosting a live stream satellite event on campus. Join us at Manning Bar to catch the radiologist fighting big tobacco; one of Australia’s leading indigenous activists and a legendary comedian. Plus much more.
Join us at this free satellite event and view the live stream from 11am to 6pm, 16 June, at Manning Bar.
From dad jokes to visual cues, our very own TEDx speaker Dr James Humberstone shares tips to help you nail your next public speaking gig.
Quantum physicist Associate Professor Michael Biercuk will bring the exciting world of quantum technology to the TEDxSydney audience on 25 May at the Sydney Opera House.