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Traces of Humanity: Promises for the Future
In the beginning, one of our ancestors left their first imprint on a primordial beach. Ever since, we have transcended from being hunters – chasing prey – to chasing digital traces. We have rebuilt the world to our liking, leaving tracks and traces of our endeavors on this planet. And now we are looking for ways to leave our trace on the moon, on faraway planets, on places beyond the known. And guess what? We are succeeding.
On November 23, 2021, we will invite you for a morning journey of sustainable innovations with our TEDxEindhoven Event ‘Chasing Footprints’.
As a species, we have been embracing change. Fuelling new ideas all around us. We track individuals, entrepreneurs and scientists leaving an impact. We track the ideas that will shape the future and leave an imprint on our universe. On the 23rd of November 2021 TEDxEindhoven will be inviting some of these new ideas on stage during our Event TEDxEindhoven: Chasing Footprints. Join us in tracing back some of our footprints.
Date: November 23, 2021. Morning program from 08:00 till 12:00
Location: DOMUSDELA Kanaalstraat 4, 5611 CT Eindhoven
Language: Talks in English
Photos and videos: During the event you are not allowed to take photos or videos of the TEDxEindhoven Talks. There will be photographers to document the event.
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