Take your research to New Scientist Live, 15-18 October 2020
13 January 2020
Public Engagement - opportunity
New Scientist Live returns to London on 15-18 October 2020 and they're looking for speakers and performers who will engage, inform, inspire and delight. Could that be you?
New Scientist Live is for everyone curious about science and why it matters. They bring together more than 200 speakers and 100 exhibitors at ExCeL, packed with thought-provoking talks, ground-breaking discoveries, interactive experiences, workshops and performances.
In 2019, they welcomed more than 40,000 visitors, launched their first dedicated school’s programme and made 1,500 tickets available free to students from disadvantaged schools. And there’s more. Most New Scientist Live talks live on as high-quality videos on their website, which attracts 3.6 million unique users.
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