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Resilient Heart – My Science Poem

Resilient Heart by Jordan Pennells Spinifex grass, the resilient heart of a sun-scorched nation. Across vast, arid land deserted by all but those that resist the absence of rainfall. The resilience of life in dry desert Australia is embodied by…

We can’t relate to your science. Here’s how to fix that.

This post by Cristian Zaelzer Ph.D. is available in English and in Spanish. Scroll down or click here for the Spanish Version (En español). For the scientist reading this post – Have you tried to explain your scientific research to…

The king of Haiti’s dream

Children playing in the remains of King Henry’s Sans-Souci Palace in Milot, Haiti, 8 September 2017. Photo by Andres Martinez Casares/Reuters How a utopian vision of Black freedom and self-government was undone in a world still in thrall to slavery…

Q&A: Getting Back to Work Safely

My last post dealt with a webinar I ran with our guest Joe Allen. The webinar was called Smarter and Safer Ways to Reopen Buildings and proved timely for leaders as they think about getting people back into work (working…

Want to get — and stay — employed through 2030? 10 jobs to consider

This post is part of TED’s “Build Back Better” series, featuring thought leaders and change agents evaluating our systems and practices to create a more sustainable, efficient and just world. To see more ideas from the series, go here. What…

How to write a resume that will get you noticed

Thoka Maer Thoka Maer This post is part of TED’s “How to Be a Better Human” series, each of which contains a piece of helpful advice from people in the TED community; browse through all the posts here. It’s believed that the…