Another speaking coming in from Vancouver, Joshua Caldwell will be talking about Taking Tony Buzan’s Mind Mapping into the 21st century.
We’re interested to hear Karla Gallagher’s talk on Creating an economically viable exercise program for people with Parkinson’s Disease
We’re excited to have Mitchell Temkin challenge our preconceived notion of the disabled with his idea on Individualized Apps for Developmental Disabilities
One of our youngest speakers to date, we’re happy to announce 17-year-old Sebastien Guillemot will be present his idea, Student Politics: An Illusion of Power
26th announced talk of the 2012 IdeaWave conference is by Rhona McAdam who will be speaking on CSA: The Acronym of our Time
We’re excited to announce our 25th speaker returning from Seattle, Helen Cook will be speaking on her idea, Do you say yes to the demon?
Happy to announce another IdeaWave vet, and a Victoria inventor (rare, mostly innovators these days!) worth paying attention to, Brian White will be speaking on Citizen Science: opportunities and hazards in a patented world.
Some people might find this talk really out there, but we’re excited to announce Nigel Syrotuck’s talk on Student-Built Nano-Satellites.
As the talks keep rolling in on the week before the conference, they’re definitely not less interesting. Don’t miss Mark McLaughlin’s anticipated talk on Mind Mapping – Phantom Limbs & the Left Handed Centipede
We’re excited to welcome Lorraine ‘raincoaster’ Murphy back to IdeaWave, this time talking about Occupying Social Media