NEW SCIENTIST LIVE IS BACK WITH A DEDICATED SCHOOLS’ DAY
7th October 2022 at ExCeL London
New Scientist Live, the world’s greatest festival of ideas and discoveries, returns to ExCeL London next month and will be hosting a dedicated day for schools, for the first time, with an incredible line-up of speakers, interactive demonstrations and more!
The presentations, features and experiences are specifically tailored for Key Stages 2 (upper), 3 & 4, giving students a unique opportunity to extend their learning beyond the classroom and bring the world of STEM to life. The show will connect students with leading-edge researchers and give them the knowledge to engage with the scientific, social and ethical challenges that will shape the world of the future.
- World-class science presenter Stefan Gates whose presentation will be packed with explosions and will explore combustion, pressure, sound, elasticity, energy storage, pressure and sound. Expect mini-motorbikes, massive balloons, fireballs and flamethrowing on the Universe Stage!
- Filmmaker Simon Clark on the Mind & Body Stage discussing how he became a YouTube scientist starting from his A level choices to submitting his PhD thesis, as well as the lessons he learned along the way
- Palaeontologist David Hone featuring on the Planet Stage and discussing why the Tyrannosaurs rex is the most dangerous terrestrial predator of all time.
- Tech wiz Rob Sedgebeer and Steve McNeil who will be presenting an interactive history of some of the earliest advances in videogames so make sure you bring a charged smartphone to play along on the Future Stage
- J Spooner on the Engage Stage with a special guest in the space shed for interactive, intergalactic, mind-blowing fun!
Students can immerse themselves in the latest tech developments, from surgical robots to augmented reality, Artificial Intelligence to VR, and see how the latest medical innovations are being used by world-class clinicians to improve diagnosis and treatment. One feature not to be missed is the immersive pop-up planetarium where you can see what it takes to become an astronaut and let the inspiration take you to new places that you could never have imagined.
With VR rollercoaster rides to piloting a virtual drone, seeing inside an artificial star to smelling space, New Scientist Live features an unbelievable experience for everyone.
A proportion of the Schools’ Day tickets will be made available for free to schools with a high proportion of disadvantaged students and schools with lower science capital ensuring that science is accessible to the widest possible audience and to inspire the next generation of scientists, engineers, and leaders.
SCHOOLS’S DAY TICKET PRICES
Schools day tickets prices: £12 per student, with one free chaperone ticket available for each group of ten students.
GENERAL PUBLIC TICKET PRICES
Early booking ticket prices: Children £16 | Adults: £40 | Family ticket: £100 (ends 11thSeptember)
Tickets available for either Saturday 8th or Sunday 9th October, or you can save more by booking for the whole weekend.
For more information and ticket options click here
newscientist.com/schoolsday – https://newscientist.com/schools
For the Schools’ Day programme visit – https://newscientist.com/schoolstalks
Friday 7 October (Schools only) – 09.30-15.00
Saturday 8 October – 10:00-17:00
Sunday 9 October – 10:00-17:00
Royal Victoria Dock
One Western Gateway
London E16 1XL