TEDWomen “Composers “

December 8, 2010 at 11:12 am Leave a comment

This morning’s session featured women who are breaking new ground in science and technology:

– Deborah Rhodes, who has developed a technology for better mammograms
– Kate Orff, who is restoring New York City’s Gowanus Canal using “Oystertecture”
– Amber Case, who uses “cyborg anthropology” to show us that “machines help us be more human”
– MIT roboticist Cynthia Brazeal and her protogee Heather Knight, who are turning robots into “social technology”
– Fiona Eberts, who is bringing better nutrition to Africa through a “Miracle Tree” that really does work miracles
– Annet Namayanja, a Ugandan agricultural scientist who breeds better beans


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