The world’s greatest science festival

New Scientist Live is ready to bring science to life this October

With over 120 internationally renowned speakers and 150 exhibits and experiences to inspire and delight, New Scientist Live brings science to life for every curious mind.

Fifty years after the moon landing, discover why the moon still matters and explore the lunar surface for yourself. Find out how artificial intelligence, robots and 3D printing are transforming the future of healthcare. Explore the science that will save the planet and the technologies that will change what it means to be human. Discover the myriad ways engineering features in your life even without you realising.

Choose from a fascinating programme of talks from world-class researchers, as well as your favourite authors and broadcasters. Or let serendipity take you through five interactive zones where you’ll find something – and someone – to delight and inspire you.

Brand new Schools’ Programme for 2019

Thursday 10 October will be New Scientist Live’s school focus day where teachers and students can take part in a programme tailored around the curriculum and dedicated to bringing science to life.

New Scientist Live offers a wonderful opportunity for students to extend their learning around the STEM subjects beyond the classroom and bring to life many of their areas of study. Our aim is to encourage the creativity and curiosity that children of all ages possess, and ensure students have a stimulating and rewarding visit to the show. New Scientist Live will ensure students understand that scientific developments taking place today have the power to change what it means to be human and the world that we live in.

With a tailored programme, students have the chance to see, learn and explore science outside the classroom.

Highlights include Sam in his 3D printed Iron Man life Jet Suite, LEGO universe workshop, managing exam stress and anxiety, measuring temperature with sound, the smelly world of insects, you are a mathematician, how to time travel in Einstein’s universe and so much more!

What’s included in the schools’ programme?

 Dedicated content for key stage 2, 3 and 4 running throughout the day across six stages

 Theatre content designed to link to STEM curriculum

 Access to exclusive schools’ sessions on the main stage

 Provision of pre-event learning materials for use in the classroom to extend the New Scientist Live experience and support teachers within lessons

 Discounted student tickets – £14 per person (VAT inclusive). For every 10 student tickets purchased, one chaperone ticket is allocated free of charge. Only for bookings of 15+ tickets.

What New Scientist Live teachers said last year

“It was a fantastic day out – really interactive and engaging for our students and provoked stimulating conversations around science and the impact science can have on the world.” Key stage 4 teacher

“The children particularly enjoyed the Slime Olympics and the virtual reality ride. It was a really fun day out enjoyed by all!” Key stage 3 teacher


W: www.newscientistlive.com

10–13 October 2019

ExCeL London