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TEDxSydney is the local licensed version of the world famous TED Talks, where a hand-picked audience gets to listen to some of Australia’s best thought leaders, innovators and doers under the theme of ‘ideas worth spreading’.



Brains worked overtime to process the assortment of ideas presented at last Saturday's TEDxSydney event at the Sydney Opera House. Andre Fenby and I were there for every minute, meeting with speakers and indulging in the delicious and locally sourced food. Check out our review of the day:

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Dr Rebecca Huntley will consider how we respond to group labels this weekend at TEDxSydney. Yesterday, I spoke with her about categories, food and politics.



Healthabitat director, Paul Pholeros (pictured), is on a mission to fight poverty using architecture. I was lucky enough to speak with Paul about his work ahead of his upcoming talk at TEDxSydney.


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Biologist Professor David Sinclair will reveal new research at TEDxSydney this weekend that could change the way we look at ageing. This week I spoke to him and asked: will we one day live forever?


City of Sydney historian, Lisa Murray

I recently spoke with history department alumna and City of Sydney historian Dr Lisa Murray (pictured), who, will be speaking about the need to future-proof the memory of the world at this year's TEDxSydney.



On Wednesday I spoke with self-described ‘pollster geek’ Professor Simon Jackman. A visiting professor at the University of Sydney’s United States Studies Centre, Simon has pioneered a more scientific approach to studying politics and will be speaking about the 'data revolution' and his work as a political scientist at this year's TEDxSydney.



I recently spoke with Emeritus Professor Ron McCallum (pictured) from the University of Sydney Law School about his involvement with this year's TedxSydney event. Blind since birth, Ron has spent his life campaigning for disability rights. Find out more about the life of one of the University's most inspiring people.



On Wednesday I spoke with Bill Pritchard, Associate Professor at the University of Sydney’s School of Geosciences. As a human geographer and researcher into food security, there are few as qualified as Bill to speak at this year's TEDxSydney event, which will focus on food and sustainability.


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