2014 : Connectivity

Connectivity was TEDxUniversityofGlasgow's first event. The theme 'Connectivity' was chosen to reflect how our world had become so much more connected. The theme revolved around our interconnectedness and the implications of our increasingly interconnected world.

Jamie Gallagher

Jamie Gallagher is an interdisciplinary scientist and communicator, recently recognised as one of the '175 Faces of Chemistry' by the Royal Society of Chemistry. He believes the more interconnected science is, the stronger it becomes. Jamie advocates for more diversity in scientific approaches, but, more importantly, diversity in scientists. He talks about how gender-stereotyped toys influence children's career choices, what must be done to diversify the face of science, and how diversity connects with success.

Jason Gill

A member of the ATLAS experiment at the Large Hadron Colider at CERN, Adrian Buzatu is concerned with the bigger questions in life. He has done work on discovering the Higgs Boson and will be talking about the different ways the question "Where do we come from?" can be answered, starting from the psychological and biological, and ending with the fundamental ingredients of the Universe and what keeps them together.

Alison Phipps

A member of the ATLAS experiment at the Large Hadron Colider at CERN, Adrian Buzatu is concerned with the bigger questions in life. He has done work on discovering the Higgs Boson and will be talking about the different ways the question "Where do we come from?" can be answered, starting from the psychological and biological, and ending with the fundamental ingredients of the Universe and what keeps them together.

Gerry McCusker

A member of the ATLAS experiment at the Large Hadron Colider at CERN, Adrian Buzatu is concerned with the bigger questions in life. He has done work on discovering the Higgs Boson and will be talking about the different ways the question "Where do we come from?" can be answered, starting from the psychological and biological, and ending with the fundamental ingredients of the Universe and what keeps them together.

Scott Sherwood

A member of the ATLAS experiment at the Large Hadron Colider at CERN, Adrian Buzatu is concerned with the bigger questions in life. He has done work on discovering the Higgs Boson and will be talking about the different ways the question "Where do we come from?" can be answered, starting from the psychological and biological, and ending with the fundamental ingredients of the Universe and what keeps them together.

Dr Jillian Ney

A member of the ATLAS experiment at the Large Hadron Colider at CERN, Adrian Buzatu is concerned with the bigger questions in life. He has done work on discovering the Higgs Boson and will be talking about the different ways the question "Where do we come from?" can be answered, starting from the psychological and biological, and ending with the fundamental ingredients of the Universe and what keeps them together.

Linda Woodhead

A member of the ATLAS experiment at the Large Hadron Colider at CERN, Adrian Buzatu is concerned with the bigger questions in life. He has done work on discovering the Higgs Boson and will be talking about the different ways the question "Where do we come from?" can be answered, starting from the psychological and biological, and ending with the fundamental ingredients of the Universe and what keeps them together.

Ben Semple

A member of the ATLAS experiment at the Large Hadron Colider at CERN, Adrian Buzatu is concerned with the bigger questions in life. He has done work on discovering the Higgs Boson and will be talking about the different ways the question "Where do we come from?" can be answered, starting from the psychological and biological, and ending with the fundamental ingredients of the Universe and what keeps them together.

Rebecca Irving

A member of the ATLAS experiment at the Large Hadron Colider at CERN, Adrian Buzatu is concerned with the bigger questions in life. He has done work on discovering the Higgs Boson and will be talking about the different ways the question "Where do we come from?" can be answered, starting from the psychological and biological, and ending with the fundamental ingredients of the Universe and what keeps them together.

Mel Young

A member of the ATLAS experiment at the Large Hadron Colider at CERN, Adrian Buzatu is concerned with the bigger questions in life. He has done work on discovering the Higgs Boson and will be talking about the different ways the question "Where do we come from?" can be answered, starting from the psychological and biological, and ending with the fundamental ingredients of the Universe and what keeps them together.