As we’re actively reviewing submissions, we can’t receive too many, submit yours today! Without further delay, we’re happy to announce the 7th talk of the 2012 conference on Marine plants as food by Nancy Laird.
One of the more popular speakers at the 2011 IdeaWave is back! Greg Bennick will be speaking on Moto Logistics: A new approach to development in Haiti
No stranger to IdeaWave, this will be Craig Carmichael’s 3rd IdeaWave, a true inventor and innovator! This year his talk will be on Turquoise Battery Project – creating superior, economical batteries.
We’re excited to announced the 4th talk of the 2012 conference: If Fences Make Good Neighbours, Gates Create Great Communities: Nikki Tate-Stratton
We’re excited to announced the 3rd talk of the 2012 conference, The Promise of Utility Grade Computing by Gregg Ferrie. As we still have 47 talks to accept by February, don’t hesitate to submit yours today!
We’re excited to publish the first video from the 2011 IdeaWave conference. This was our first ever talk by a high school student, and Tamiya was one of the winner’s of our $500 student scholarship program. Check out her talk Continue reading New 2011 video added: Healthy High schools! : Tamiya Leung
The second talk announcement for the 2012 conference will be on Hacking biology by Derek Jacoby
We’re excited to officially launch the 2012 IdeaWave conference line-up by announcing Ian Soutar’s talk on Radiation Hormesis – Low level external nuclear radiation can improve health.
Two days until the conference, we excited to announce our 50th talk! Sharks in Trouble: Consequences of Diminishing Populations by Olivia McMillan
Our 49th speaker announced is Paula Johanson speaking on her idea: Bike Project: Making Bicycles Work in an Urban Setting