New Scientist Live will be returning this year, taking over ExCeL London with five zones dedicated to everything science, technology, engineering and maths.
There's a range of exhibitors and over 120 speakers - here's everyone from the University of Oxford that features in the programme:
- 28 Sept: Emily Howard, Composer, Visiting senior fellow, Department of mathematics, University of Liverpool and University of Oxford Computer Sciences Alumna with Marcus du Sautoy, Mathematician and author, Music and mathematics – world premiere of a string quartet: https://live.newscientist.com/talks/the-music-of-proof
- 28 Sept: Tim Kruger, Geoengineer, How to cure climate change: https://live.newscientist.com/talks/curing-climate-change
- 30 Sept: Simon Benjamin, Quantum scientist, The dawn of quantum technology: https://live.newscientist.com/talks/quantum-leaps-the-next-industrial-revolution
- 30 Sept: Charles Godfray, Population biologist, Can we feed the world? https://live.newscientist.com/talks/feeding-the-world-healthily-and-sustainably
- 30 Sept: Anders Sandberg, Futurist, How big could our future be: long-term risks facing humanity https://live.newscientist.com/talks/how-big-could-our-future-be-long-term-risks-facing-humanity
Find out more at their website: https://live.newscientist.com/
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