TedxUofM

. March 1, 2015.
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The theme is Constructive Interference, a concept that deals with the meshing together of ideas from different and sometimes conflicting backgrounds, disciplines, and perspectives, to create a synergized idea. Otherwise unaligned schools of thought support one another, collaborating and innovating. Listen to interdisciplinary experts from the University of Michigan discuss Constructive Interference and how it has affected their work.

Apply for attendance online. Friday, March 20, 8pm. Power Center, 121 Fletcher St. 734-647-3327. Tedxuofm.com 

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