New Scientist Live launches in London

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Over 20,000 visitors are expected to experience the best and latest in science and technology at the inaugural New Scientist Live event, which runs at ExCeL London, 22-25 September. The event was opened by astronaut Tim Peake (pictured).

With five stages, 120 exhibitors and hundreds of speakers, the four-day celebration of ideas and discovery will touch all areas of human life. The show will feature four immersive zones covering Brain & Body, Technology, Earth and The Cosmos to showcase how science, technology and engineering drive our economy, shape our culture and improve our lives.

New Scientist Live follows the successful London Tech Week and a string of high-profile association events in the capital, including the European Society of Cardiology congress and, more recently, the European Respiratory Society congress.

Tracy Halliwell MBE, director of major events and business tourism at London & Partners, said: “With so many top class speakers and one of the best venues in the world I’m certain New Scientist Live will be one of the most successful events the city has hosted. With some of the world’s best universities and institutions pushing the boundaries of science, the city is a natural home for this event.”

Visitors will be able to take part in experiences that stimulate all the senses and answer life’s greatest questions with over 100 talks across the four days. Topics include:

  • What if you could drive a mile in three seconds?
  • Where are the Earth’s last secret places?
  • Is technology liberating us or enslaving us?
  • How does it feel to have a bionic arm?
  • What if we could bridge the gap between human and animal communication?
  • Can we solve the antibiotics crisis?
  • How do you hijack a spacecraft?

These burning questions and many more will be answered by world renowned speakers including Astronomer Royal Martin Rees and Broadcaster Alice Roberts.

London & Partners note that last year London welcomed 3.7m business visitors an increase of 13% when compared to 2014.

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