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2020 Bright Award Winner - Maria Azhunova

With over 80% of the world’s biodiversity occurring on Indigenous territory, respecting and reviving Indigenous conservation practices will be critical for protecting future ecosystem health. Maria Azhunova, the 2020 Bright Award winner, is an indigenous Buryat conservation leader who harnesses her people’s Indigenous knowledge and culture to drive conservation projects in both Eastern Russia and… Read more 2020 Bright Award Winner - Maria Azhunova

TEDxStanford 2017

Manu Prakash — “Saving Lives for 20 Cents” Stanford bioengineer Manu Prakash delivers the first talk of the conference, “Saving Lives for 20 Cents.” Manu uses items such as paper, cheap children’s toys and string to create first a 50-cent microscope and now a 20-cent blood centrifuge. Manu was one of 24 talks at the… Read more TEDxStanford 2017
TEDx: Robyn Sue Fisher

TEDxStanford 2016: Robyn Sue Fisher

A life making ice cream & defying the status quo When she graduated from Stanford Graduate School of Business, Robyn Sue Fisher had to choose between two distinctly different career paths: Special Agent for the FBI or Ice Cream Maker. She chose the latter, deciding to craft her job around joy. Now nine years later,… Read more TEDxStanford 2016: Robyn Sue Fisher
Michael Lu on stage

ChildX 2016 conference

Stanford Video provided the video production and the live webcast feed for this two-day conference, as well as the edited individual talks delivered for YouTube. Keynote speaker Michael Lu discusses ways for every child and family to have a fair shot at reaching their fullest potential at the 2016 Childx Symposium. Childx is a dynamic,… Read more ChildX 2016 conference

Women in Data Science

Stanford Video produced and edited this highlight video of the WiDS Conference to showcase this inaugaral event to the world.  We also live streamed the entire conference to the WiDS website and edited each speaker for later upload to the client’s YouTube page. Below is one of the many talks held during the two day conference.  … Read more Women in Data Science

Stanford Roundtable 2014: The climate conversation you haven’t heard

Join moderator Lesley Stahl, correspondent for 60 Minutes, for a Roundtable discussion that applies the expertise and perspective of Stanford’s brain trust and the vision of global leaders to what may be the most compelling issue of our time: climate change.   Stanford News: http://news.stanford.edu/news/2014/october/roundtable-climate-advance-101614.html