I have always loved TED talks so much.So encouraging to see different ideas across the globe.The possibilities are endless.Happy to see kids engaging in these TED talks.Science and Math can once again be the shining symbol of the USA!!

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2012 has been big for TED — it’s the year we reached a billion video views and upped the TED Prize to one million dollars. And since a picture is worth a thousand words, here is a glimpse of the year in photos, taken at TED events as far-flung as Long Beach, Edinburgh, Doha and New York. We hope that you enjoy our favorite TED photos of the year.

Above, cyborg artist Neil Harbisson explains how an orange sounds at TEDGlobal. Photo by James Duncan Davidson.


TED Fellow Robert Gupta warms up for his talk — about choosing between medical school and the violin — at TEDGlobal. Photo by Ryan Lash.


John Bohannon talks and Black Label Movement dances at TED2012; together they tell a moving story of sex ed. Photo by James Duncan Davidson.


Two modes of transportation to the TEDxSummit in Qatar — car and camel. Photo by Kris Krüg.

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