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There’s always something brewing in the PopTech community. From the world-changing people, projects and ideas in our network, a handful of this week’s highlights follows.
The Magic of Reality: How We Know What’s Really True, a new book by Richard Dawkins (PopTech 2006) will be released in October. The Magic of Reality, Read more »
At the PopTech Science and Public Leadership Fellows retreat at National Geographic headquarters earlier this month, the program’s faculty provided key insights to help equip the 2011 Fellows with enhanced leadership, collaboration and communication skills.
For a taste of their ideas, have a look at this wonderful graphic record produced by Peter …
Coming to PopTech isn’t just about absorbing an onslaught of mind-blowing ideas; it’s about heightening your senses. We’ve woven various methods of perception into each conference. Today, we bring you PopTech in 5 senses.
SMELL: Former New York Times perfume critic Chandler Burr (PopTech 2008) on astonishing smells
If you’ve checked out Spark, PopTech’s pilot youth initiative, you might have noticed that high school students are a critical part of the campaign.
Four rising seniors were selected as this year’s Spark Connectors: Keziah Green and Anthony Morris, both from BCAM High School in Brooklyn, New York; Molly …