TEDYouth 2014, in pictures

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TEDYouth 2014 was an explosion of “Worlds Imagined.” On Saturday, November 15, New York students gathered for a day of punchy, inspiring talks that brought them to the Sahara Desert when it was a river wonderland for dinosaurs, to the surface of Mars as the Curiosity Rover makes its way up a mountain, and into the kitchen of a tiny house built by a 14-year-old. Below, photos from the event.

At the Brooklyn Museum in New York City, 550 middle and high school students came together for TEDYouth 2014. Photo: Ryan Lash/TED At the Brooklyn Museum in New York City, 550 middle and high school students came together for TEDYouth 2014. Photo: Ryan Lash/TED

Paleontologist Nizar Ibrahim tells the story of how he discovered the Spinosaurus, which may have been the largest carnivorous dinosaur to ever live. Oh, and it lived in the water. Photo: Ryan Lash/TED Paleontologist Nizar Ibrahim tells the story of how he discovered Spinosaurus, which may have been the largest carnivorous dinosaur to ever live. It likely lived in the water. Read a recap of Ibrahim’s session. Photo: Ryan Lash/TED

Assistant host -- and high schooler -- Evan pumps up the crowd before introducing the next TEDYouth speaker. Photo: Ryan Lash/TED Assistant host — and high schooler — Evan pumps up the crowd before introducing the next TEDYouth speaker. Photo: Ryan Lash/TED

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