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Can you walk on your hands? – All about handstands | Handstand Twins
TEDxTUM 2021 • Topics: Athletic Performance, Entertainment, Handstand, Music (performance), Performance, Performance Art
Ready for a change of perspective? Anna and Caro, also known as the Handstand Twins, introduce us to a fun, upside down world. Their stunning and dynamic performance is interspersed with stories from their performances and lessons they learned while improving their handstand game. About the Handstand Twins When Anna and Caro met in Munich […]

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Need help? I’m listening… | Nightline München
TEDxTUM 2021 • Topics: Communication, Community, Health, Mental health
According to the German Federal Statistical Office, one in four people between the ages of 18 and 25 suffer from a mental health disorder. Of course, isolation during the pandemic has aggravated the problem. To top this, access to therapy, especially for students, has been scarce at best. A member of the student-run helpline, Nightline […]

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Why it’s time to reconsider your opinion on prenups | Benedikt Ummen & Magdalena Witty
TEDxTUM 2021 • Topics: Communication, Future, Prenup, Relationships
Prenuptial Agreements are a no-go area for many soon-to-weds. The stigma surrounding them is still very much present in many societies, consequently perpetuating a disadvantageous system to those who choose family over their careers. To give each other peace of mind and ensure the well-being of their future family, Magdalena and Benedikt not only relished […]

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How I make machines see the 3D world | Daniel Cremers
TEDxTUM 2021 • Topics: 3D Technology, Artificial Intelligence, Computer Science, Computers, Future, Science, Technology
Teaching computers to understand the world from cameras has incredible potential for all kinds of applications: self-driving cars, medical image analysis, augmented reality, and many more. But the field of computer vision is full of unsolved problems. Daniel Cremers opens a window into the cutting-edge research aimed at solving some of these problems using techniques […]

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Ice Tales: What Icebergs teach us about us | Sebastian Copeland
TEDxTUM 2021 • Topics: Adventure, Art, Climate Change, Future, Photography, Planets
Sebastian Copeland’s life is filled with expeditions to places nobody has set foot in before, which he perpetuates with his breathtaking photography. In his talk, he gives us a taste of his adventures, but also opens the door to an introspective journey into the history of humanity and our beautiful planet. After all, ice has […]

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The sound of us | Cosma Joy
TEDxTUM 2021 • Topics: Composing, Live music, Music, Music (performance), Music (topic), Performance, Performance Art, Singer
Raised on bread and music, Cosma Joy is a 20-year-old singer and songwriter from Munich. Music is often described as a collection of human experiences, a universal language that conveys emotions and connects people. For Cosma, it is also a way to tell her story and to inspire people to think twice about theirs. On […]

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Fighting statelessness with the power of community | Christiana Bukalo
TEDxTUM 2021 • Topics: Community, Global issues, Human Rights, Social Change, Social Interaction, Social Justice, Society, Statelessness
Statelessness affects up to 15 million people around the world, including Christiana Bukalo. The causes are manifold, and the consequences, ranging from the inability to travel to the lack of basic human rights, are potentially devastating. With the intent of changing this narrative, Christiana Bukalo shares her story and calls for change through a new […]

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The bacteria-eating virus that can prevent a global health crisis | Patrick Großmann
TEDxTUMStudio 2021 • Topics: Antibiotics, Bacteriophages, Biotech, Health, Public health, Science, Technology, TEDx
We are heading towards another global health pandemic – the antibiotic crisis. Over the past century, antibiotics have saved hundreds of millions of lives, due to their high effectiveness in treating infections and killing bacteria. But with increased use, we also increase the likelihood of developing a resistance against them. Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) is considered […]

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