TEDxABQ 2017 at Kiva Auditorium, Albuquerque
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TEDxABQ 2017

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Just when you thought dumb was the rule, TEDxABQ 2017 shows up to give you a shot in the brain. This Saturday, Sept. 9, fill your data banks with 18 talks on subjects ranging from our aging electrical grid to the role of impulse control in predicting future crime, and the benefits of ostrich farming to the use of mindfulness in the armed services. It'll be like an oasis in a desert of stupid. Tickets for the all ages conference are $50 for general admission and $25 for students and are available at www.tedxabq.com. (Joshua Lee)

Saturday Sept 9, 2017

401 Second Street NW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
US

Phone: 768-4575
Website: Click to Visit

Cost:

$25-$100

Ages:

ALL-AGES!

Contact:

Beth Haley

Website: Click to Visit

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Speakers tackle old energy sources, clean water, the role of impulse control in predicting future crime, the benefits of ostrich farming, the use of mindfulness in the armed services and more.

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TEDxABQ 2017 will feature 18 remarkable homegrown ideas from New Mexico’s most passionate engineers, entrepreneurs, doctors, scientists, artists, activists, and community members. For the eighth year in a row, TEDxABQ’s main event will be filled with live talks, stirring performances, and interactive experiences.

This year’s speakers will tackle our aging electrical grid, access to clean water in the poorest communities in America, the role of impulse control in predicting future crime, the benefits of ostrich farming, the use of mindfulness in the armed services, the next generation of wearable technology, and much more.

Tickets are available at www.tedxabq.com.