My Geek Manifesto talk at TEDxBrixton

I live in Herne Hill, south London, so it was great to be invited to take part in my local TEDx this summer — TEDxBrixton. Thanks very much to Linnie Rawlinson and Stephanie Busari for asking.

My talk on the Geek Manifesto — with a local twist about how randomised controlled trials might be used to inform rubbish collection policy — has just gone onto YouTube. Here it is.

(It should have been called TEDxHerneHill btw — Shakespeare Road, where it took place, is totally Herne Hill not Brixton…)

About markgfh

Mark Henderson is Head of Communications at the Wellcome Trust, a global charitable foundation dedicated to achieving extraordinary improvements in human and animal health by supporting the brightest minds in biomedical research and the medical humanities. The Geek Manifesto contains his personal views, not those of the Wellcome Trust. Before joining the Trust in January 2012, Mark was Science Editor of The Times, where he built a reputation as one of Britain's foremost science journalists and commentators. Mark's first book, 50 Genetics Ideas You Really Need to Know, was published in 2009 by Quercus
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One Response to My Geek Manifesto talk at TEDxBrixton

  1. Neil Rushton says:

    Hi Mark, I’m reading The Geek Manifesto at the moment (and am thoroughly enjoying it). I’m pretty miffed I couldn’t make it to TEDxBrixton to see you speak. But I’m glad it’s finally been posted online! Keep up the good work.
    Oh and I used to live on Shakespeare Road when I first moved to London, it’s totally TEDxHerneHill!
    Neil

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