New Scientist Live, the award winning science festival brought to you by the same people who make the popular science magazine, New Scientist, is back again this year, taking place in ExCel London, 19-23 September.
The event sees 140 speakers and 100 exhibitors come together to celebrate science. Last year five researchers at the University went along.
The organisers are now looking for:
- Nominations for speakers (you can nominate yourself), just fill out this form.
- Exhibitors - you can book a stand. You get a number of complimentary tickets, and this can be doubled, to help bring targeted members of the public along. If you're interested in this please get in touch with me.
You can find out more about the event on their website.
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