#Women #Screenwriters #TVseries #writers: #Opportunity

Kyra Sedgewick’s “SeriesFest is seeking new series and narratives from female creators. Scriptwriters have from January 28-July 26 to submit original work. The competition winner will receive a year-long development deal with Big Swing Productions and the opportunity for a live read of the script with professional actors.

https://deadline.com/2019/01/kyra-sedgwicks-big-swing-productions-seriesfest-women-writing-competition-1202543714/

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The 2019 #TED Fellows and Senior Fellows Are Amazing!

Unlike the “genius grants” recipients selected annually by the MacArthur Foundation, the #TED (Technology, Entertainment and Design) Fellows and Senior Follows are culled from many countries, not just the USA.

Fantastic and exciting group of many types of innovators, scientists, artists, creators of such talent and skill! Fabulous!

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image from http://blog.TED.com

These grants and this program “support extraordinary, iconoclastic individuals at work on world-changing projects, providing them with access to the global TED platform and community, as well as new tools and resources to amplify their remarkable vision. The TED Fellows program now includes 472 Fellows who work across 96 countries, forming a powerful, far-reaching network of artists, scientists, doctors, activists, entrepreneurs, inventors, journalists and beyond, each dedicated to making our world better and more equitable.”

if you live nearby and/or want to go, there is a conference in which they will all appear: TED2019, April 15-19, in Vancouver, BC, Canada.

Check them out, here: https://blog.ted.com/meet-the-2019-ted-fellows-and-senior-fellows/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

Possible partial #Alzheimer’s Remedy!

https://www.davidwolfe.com/new-alzheimers-treatment-fully-restores-memory-function/

This is amazing!

Australian researchers have developed a non-invasive ultrasound technology that clears the brain of neurotoxic amyloid plaques. Neurotoxic amyloid plaques are one of the structures responsible for memory loss and a decline in cognitive function in Alzheimer’s patients. Their success rate in rat test subjects? 75%.