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TED Radio Hour

TED Radio Hour

@TEDRadioHour

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A radio show about big ideas. A co-production of NPR and TED. Hosted by @guyraz. Subscribe on iTunes: http://bit.ly/TXPO9v 

Joined on April 2012

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TED Radio Hour
16 minutes ago

New Episode: More than test scores or good grades -- what do kids need to prepare them for the future? Guest host @manoushz explores how we can teach for better humans. https://n.pr/2kuP4Pi 

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TED Radio Hour
23 hours ago
New episode out tomorrow! Guest host Manoush Zomorodi (@manoushz) talks to #TED speakers about teaching for better humans.

New episode out tomorrow! Guest host Manoush Zomorodi (@manoushz) talks to #TED speakers about teaching for better humans.

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TED Radio Hour
1 week ago

On August 17, 2017, everyone on Earth stretched and contracted ever so slightly... because of a gravitational wave. Hear the amazing story as told by @AllanAdamsYG http://n.pr/2ESnmSk 

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TED Radio Hour
1 week ago

How can we see beyond our corner of the universe? Natasha Hurley-Walker says optical telescopes only "see" so far— but powerful radio telescopes can reach farther distances. http://n.pr/2BNGKkP 

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TED Radio Hour
1 week ago
Is there life in the larger universe? @ProfSaraSeager says we are very close to finding the answer

Is there life in the larger universe? @ProfSaraSeager says we are very close to finding the answer

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TED Radio Hour
1 week ago

This year's image of the M87 black hole, taken by @ehtelescope, is akin to capturing an image of an orange ... on the surface of the Moon. @JedidahIslerPhD on the process behind the historic feat: https://n.pr/2FZwUtY 

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TED Radio Hour
1 week ago

How can we see beyond our corner of the universe? Natasha Hurley-Walker says optical telescopes only "see" so far— but powerful radio telescopes can reach farther distances. http://n.pr/2BNGKkP 

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TED Radio Hour
1 week ago
Last year, scientists detected gravitational waves, ripples in space caused by massive disturbances. @AllanAdamsYG explains why this discovery is revolutionary.

Last year, scientists detected gravitational waves, ripples in space caused by massive disturbances. @AllanAdamsYG explains why this discovery is revolutionary.

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TED Radio Hour
1 week ago

This week, we revisit the mysteries of the cosmos. #TED speakers explain how recent discoveries are beginning to answer some of our biggest questions about the universe. http://n.pr/2BPPxCT 

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TED Radio Hour
1 week ago

How can we see beyond our corner of the universe? Natasha Hurley-Walker says optical telescopes only "see" so far— but powerful radio telescopes can reach farther distances. http://n.pr/2BNGKkP 

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TED Radio Hour
1 week ago
Images from the Hubble Ultra Deep Field telescope show us the farthest points we can see into the universe. But Natasha Hurley-Walker says radio telescopes can help us "see" even farther.

Images from the Hubble Ultra Deep Field telescope show us the farthest points we can see into the universe. But Natasha Hurley-Walker says radio telescopes can help us "see" even farther.

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TED Radio Hour
1 week ago

.@ProfSaraSeager says our galaxy has hundreds of billions of planets— the question is, which ones might support life? http://n.pr/2ExrKIH 

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1 week ago

By definition, black holes are so massive that nothing has enough energy to get out, not even light itself. So how do you take a picture of one? Find out how @ehtelescope did it: https://n.pr/2FZwUtY 

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TED Radio Hour
1 week ago

Since 1937, Natasha Hurley-Walker and her team have used super computers to connect radio telescopes around the world and assemble one of the largest radio surveys of the sky. http://n.pr/2BNGKkP 

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TED Radio Hour
2 weeks ago

In the search for Earth-like planets, @ProfSaraSeager is looking for "Goldilocks"... not too big, or too small, or too hot, or too cold ... but just right. http://n.pr/2ExrKIH 

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TED Radio Hour
2 weeks ago

Einstein predicted gravitational waves over a century ago. Only in 2015 did scientists confirm the theory with a giant laser detector! @AllanAdamsYG explains: http://n.pr/2ESnmSk 

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TED Radio Hour
2 weeks ago

Catch Up: Peering Deeper Into Space. #TED speakers explore some recent discoveries that have dramatically expanded our understanding of the universe ... incuding the biggest space story of 2019. http://n.pr/2BPPxCT 

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TED Radio Hour
2 weeks ago

When @DrJBT had a stroke, her first thought was "Oh my gosh, I'm having a stroke." But her second thought? "Wooooow. This is so cool." Hear why: http://n.pr/186hqnq 

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TED Radio Hour
2 weeks ago

By counting the neurons in the human brain @suzanahh realized something big -- we’re not as special as we thought. http://n.pr/1JtSt5S 

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TED Radio Hour
2 weeks ago

Nancy Kanwisher of @MIT spent hours inside an MRI scanner mapping parts of her own brain (she really likes it in there). http://n.pr/1z5mcH3 

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