As part of TEDxAmsterdam, Folia, the newspaper of the University of Amsterdam, hosted a special challenge. Students could enter their own idea for a 3-minute TED talk, and the winner was invited to speak on the TEDxAmsterdam main stage.
Emma Bruns, a medical intern at the AMC Academic hospital won with an idea worth sharing: why don't we memorize important procedures with music?
More info at tedxamsterdam.nl/2009/emmabruns/
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