Enjoy a comprehensive look back at last month's TEDxDublin, with the complete collection of videos of all of the speakers.
- Kevin Abosch, the photographer behind the Faces of Ireland exhibition at Dublin Airport talking about the familiar faces of Dublin.
- Serena Brabazon, actor and one of the people behind NAMA to Nature talking about NAMA to Nature and why an activist group started planting trees on ghost estates.
- Dorothy Cross, celebrated Irish artist whose work includes Ghost Ship, talking about her work and its exploration of our cultural identity.
- Linda Doyle, telecommunications expert and Director of CTVR at Trinity College Dublin, talking about the radio spectrum used for communication and how she would like to open that up.
- Ali Grehan, Dublin’s City Architect who also devised PIVOT Dublin, talking about how to make the city centre a place where people can live long-term.
- Daniel Libeskind, architect who designed the new World Trade Center in New York City, talking about architecture that shapes cities.
- Fergal McCarthy, artist whose work includes Liffeytown, The Swimmer, and No Man's Land, talking about his idea for a park that runs alongside the Liffey.
- Aoife McLysaght, Associate Professor of Genetics at Trinity College Dublin, talking about how one of the most important pieces of genetics research in Ireland came about.
- Jane Ni Dhulchaointigh, inventor of Sugru, the moldable silicone for fixing and improving things, talking about how Sugru could fix the future by encouraging a more sustainable approach to the objects in our lives.
- Luke O'Neill, immunologist and Chair of Biochemistry at Trinity College Dublin, talking about leading edge research into how our immune system works happening right here in Dublin.
- Ian Robertson, Professor of Psychology at Trinity College Dublin and author of The Winner Effect, talking about the types of personalities that shape city culture.
- Emma Teeling, researcher in phylogenetics and bat biology at University College Dublin, talking about the night-time ecology of our city.
- Aris Venetikidis, graphic designer who created an integrated public transport map for Dublin, talking about his designs for city transport.
- Trevor White, journalist who launched The Dubliner and City of a Thousand Welcomes, talking about his initiative to introduce first-time visitors to Dublin natives.