TEDxCERN - 9 October 2015

TEDxCERN 2015: Photos and numbers

What a wonderful day it was! A huge thank you to all those who were a part of TEDxCERN in-person and online. The event wouldn't have been a success without you. We had a total of 600 people in the audience, 4000 online plus 23 viewing parties at institutes around the world (some of which had more than 300 people!). To relive the experience, check out some of the PHOTOS  from the event. All videos are available now: click below to see the full playlist. Don't forget to follow us on Twitter and Facebook pages for updates.

TEDxCERN 2015 videos

Surfing wakefields to create smaller accelerators

Edda Gschwendtner | 2015

CERN is famous for its big machines, for studying the tiniest constituents of matter to answer the biggest questions about the universe.

Be a science activist

Tim Dixon | 2015

Movements are powerful and can create lasting change. Science has changed our lives but as budgets are being cut in many countries, science could use

Third millennium questions for a sustainable world

Rachel Armstrong | 2015

Rachel Armstrong talks about innovating and designing sustainable habitable structures that use new technologies such as synthetic biology and smart