Take your science to New Scientist Live, deadline 23 July
2 July 2021
Public Engagement - opportunity
New Scientists is running its popular science event in January 2022 as a hybrid of an in-person event in Manchester and online activities. They are looking for speakers and keen to hear from early career researchers.
New Scientist Live is making a return to the stage in January 2022. New Scientist Live will relaunch as a hybrid event, combining the best of their live and virtual experiences. They hope to welcome over 9,000 visitors, 45 speakers and dozens of exhibitors in-person for talks, discussions and hands-on demonstrations.
Their new hybrid format will reconnect a live audience with the experiences and activities that New Scientist Live provides. They are aiming to reach new audiences around the world by bringing an exciting programme of online-only content.
The New Scientist Live event will take place on 29-31 January 2022 at Manchester Central. The first two days are open to all, with the final day dedicated to schools and home learners.
They're on the lookout for inspiring speakers and performers, engaging experiences and activities.
They particularly welcome applications from early-career and underrepresented scientists and communicators.
You can find out more about previous events on the New Scientist Live website.
You can nominate yourself or someone else by filling in the nomination form.
Please return your completed form by 23 July 2021 to New Scientist Live.
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