TED@Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany


TED@Merck KGaA, Darmstadt, Germany is a multi-year collaboration with touch points across the TED ecosystem. The partnership includes engagements at TED conferences, video content to amplify the organization's untapped ideas and features a TED-curated banner event with a diverse group of speakers from across our community. The event gathers leaders from science, technology, academia and society who have been at the forefront of breakthroughs and innovation.

Speakers

Lena Bieber Lena Bieber
Lena Bieber - Using happiness to evaluate a company’s success
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Lena Bieber - Using happiness to evaluate a company’s success

Corporate happiness as key indicator for attracting Gen-Ys as future investors.

Hannah Bürckstümmer Hannah Bürckstümmer
Hannah Bürckstümmer - A printable, flexible, organic solar cell
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Hannah Bürckstümmer - A printable, flexible, organic solar cell

A vision of sustainable buildings and how organic solar cells can make it real.

Irina Kareva Irina Kareva
Irina Kareva - Math can help uncover cancer's secrets
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Irina Kareva - Math can help uncover cancer's secrets

Mathematical modeling can help test hypotheses and move science forward if we learn how to ask the right questions.

Matthias Müllenbeck Matthias Müllenbeck
Matthias Müllenbeck - What if we paid doctors to keep people healthy?
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Matthias Müllenbeck - What if we paid doctors to keep people healthy?

Change our sick-care system that reimburses treatment of the sick, into a healthcare system that reimburses preserving the health of the healthy.

Christian Schröter Christian Schröter
Christian Schröter - How we’re tracking medical donations across the world
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Christian Schröter - How we’re tracking medical donations across the world

How end-to-end tracking of donation medicines can improve the impact of the available medication and accelerate the way forward towards the elimination of NTDs.

Ilona Stengel Ilona Stengel
Ilona Stengel - The role of human emotions in science and research
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Ilona Stengel - The role of human emotions in science and research

Emotions and human feelings are as important for science and innovation as data and logic.

Dan Walker Dan Walker
Dan Walker - Can we “print” smart objects?
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Dan Walker - Can we “print” smart objects?

In the near future digital printing techniques will allow us to locally produce bespoke, electrically functional objects.

Emilie Weight Emilie Weight
Emilie Weight - 3 things I learned from my intellectually disabled son
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Emilie Weight - 3 things I learned from my intellectually disabled son

Harnessing the strength of people with intellectual disability, transforming assistantship into partnership with them.

Christian Wickert Christian Wickert
Christian Wickert - How fiction can help us better understand our reality
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Christian Wickert - How fiction can help us better understand our reality

How creative writing can help us explore reality in a different way, changing how we work and negotiate.

Scott Williams Scott Williams
Scott Williams - The hidden role informal caregivers play in health care
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Scott Williams - The hidden role informal caregivers play in health care

Modern health systems would cease to function without the crucial role played by caregivers.

Bijan Zakeri Bijan Zakeri
Bijan Zakeri - From flesh eating bacteria to molecular superglue
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Bijan Zakeri - From flesh eating bacteria to molecular superglue

Engineering a virulence factor from the flesh-eating bacteria to produce a new molecular superglue.

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