David Carmarillo’s TEDxStanford talk featured on ted.com
The acclaimed TEDxStanford talk delivered by DAVID CAMARILLO, assistant professor of bioengineering, has received national exposure through the ted.com website.
Camarillo, a former football player, talks about what really happens during a concussion and why standard sports helmets don’t necessarily help.
See the ted.com website.
Stanford’s TEDx event is an independent offspring of the Technology, Entertainment, Design (TED) conference held annually on the North American West Coast since 1984. The nonprofit has dedicated itself to “ideas worth spreading” by inviting people from around the world to give the talks of their lives in less than 20 minutes. TED has helped to democratize the information by posting all its talks free online.