TED Talks have been one of the internet’s more positive aspects since they began popping up online, and a format that has been replicated for a variety of situations.

In 2011, students at Waseda University created their own version of the Technology, Entertainment and Design conference via a non-profit called TED×WasedaU. It is currently the only TEDx Japan organization that offers presentations in both Japanese and English, a decision that underlines the students’ desire to be heard by a diverse audience.

On the heels of its 10th anniversary, the TED×WasedaU team is aiming to put on its biggest event yet, which means an impressive lineup of speakers for its July 18 conference. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the event will not be held in person. However, attendees can sign up to be a part of the virtual audience for the event, which begins at 1 p.m.