Last week I had the chance to enjoy the thirteenth installment of Ignite Baltimore, an ongoing lightning talk series. In case you missed the event, here are a few of the more memorable talks from the evening:
Paul Mathews‘ look at Baltimore’s historic Mt. Vernon neighborhood was a great crash course for newcomers and longtime Baltimore lovers alike:
Trevor Villet’s talk on Detroit and Baltimore:
Adam Ruben took a look at the public perception of science:
Possibly the most vigorously applauded of the evening was Catharine Robertson‘s talk about discovering details around her birth mother:
Another clever and well received talk was Brad Wray‘s look at how people choose to win benefits through cooperation or competition:
Tronster did a nice job of closing out the evening:
You can check out the full list of speakers on Ignite Baltimore’s website and watch videos of all of the speakers on their YouTube channel.