The event returns to London from the 7th to the 9th October.
It has been confirmed that New Scientist Live is set to return to London this October, filled with ideas and discoveries for those of all ages.
From popular TV presenters such as Maddie Moate and Dr Chris van Tulleken to world-leading academics such as physicists, chemists, geo-scientists and space experts, the hand-picked speakers will be presenting across 4 stages (Universe, Mind & Body, Our Planet & Future). There will also be show-floor feature areas and 80 plus exhibitors.
Meanwhile, school children will be able to attend with their classmates and teachers on the dedicated School’s Day – Monday 9th October. You can sign up your child and their class here (while tickets are still available).
Throughout the event, there will be live science experiments and talks by world-class scientists, up-and-coming researchers and the UK’s top academic minds, to showcase the latest breakthroughs, innovations, and discoveries. From exploring space to demonstrations of AI controlled robotics – the very latest in technology and science will be on show.
Those who will be speaking at the event will include: BBC Strictly winner & wildlife photographer Hamza Yassin, TV Doctor & Presenter, Dr Chris van Tulleken, TV presenter & YouTuber Maddie Moate , Anatomist, biological anthropologist Alice Roberts, Head of Spaceport Cornwall Melissa Quinn, Neurologist Suzanne O’Sullivan, Psychologist Julia Shaw, Psychologist Sander van der Linden, Senior research fellow Alzheimer’s Research UK Selina Wray , Theoretical Physicist Jim Al-Khalili and Physicist and Oceanographer Helen Czerski.
New Scientist Live is ideal for any science enthusiasts, researchers, industry professionals, and curious minds.
“We are thrilled to bring back New Scientist Live in 2023,” said Adrian Newton Commercial & Events Director. “This event celebrates the true wonders of science and encourages the exploration of cutting-edge ideas that have the potential to revolutionise our world. From thought-provoking talks to hands-on experiences, we aim to ignite curiosity and foster a greater appreciation for the incredible achievements of science.”
For more information visit: https://live.newscientist.com/