New Scientist Live are looking for inspiring speakers and engaging activities, deadline 23 Jan 2022
7 January 2022
Public Engagement - opportunity
New Scientist Live, a flagship event, is returning to London in October 2022, and are looking for inspiring speakers. They particularly encourage applications from early career researchers and people from under-represented groups.
New Scientist's flagship show, New Scientist Live London, is making a return to the stage in October 2022. It will return as a hybrid event, combining the best of live and virtual experiences and supporting connection with a global audience.
The first day will be exclusively for schools and home learners providing an excellent opportunity to inspire the next generation.
New Scientist Live will take place from 7-9th October 2022 at ExCeL London.
They are on the lookout for inspiring speakers and performers, engaging experiences, exhibits and activities. If that’s you (or someone you know), they’d love to hear from you. We particularly welcome applications from early-careers and underrepresented scientists and communicators.
If you're interested in taking part, complete the form by 23.59 on Sunday 23rd January 2022.
If you are interested in exhibiting, please contact email@example.com.
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