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10 hours ago

New Scientist

That's all folks! New Scientist Live is over for another year. It's been an incredible four days filled with absolutely brilliant talks and exhibitions, ideas and discoveries of the wonders of science. See you next year - go to live.newscientist.com and use the code NSL2020 to get 30% off ... See MoreSee Less

Thats all folks! New Scientist Live is over for another year. Its been an incredible four days filled with absolutely brilliant talks and exhibitions, ideas and discoveries of the wonders of science. See you next year - go to live.newscientist.com and use the code NSL2020 to get 30% offImage attachment

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Really enjoyed this event. Great talks, inspiring activities for kids to engage with, lots to see and explore. Would really like to see the absence of arms manufacturers in future years though. Having them there is a real black spot on an otherwise fantastic expo.

Thank you for an amazing event! I cannot believe that we met Tom Peake πŸ‘ We sure will be back next year. πŸ˜ƒ

Another great show, well done to all involved! My favourite talks were 'What's The Point of Dads', 'Gut Health: From The Inside Out', Tim Peake's 'Return To The Moon', and the Q&A with Al Worden. But my favorite part by far was the Space Shed, especially Jon Spooner's 'How I Hacked My Way Into Space' - it was performed on two separate days and I watched them both! Thank you and see you again next year!

Please could you have this during school holidays so we can inspire more future scientists!

Mike LB can we go next year? X

12 hours ago

New Scientist

Time for our #NSLive2019 caption competition - featuring Chris and Xand van Tulleken, who were on the main stage New Scientist Live today. Caption this πŸ‘‡ ... See MoreSee Less

Time for our #NSLive2019 caption competition - featuring Chris and Xand van Tulleken, who were on the main stage New Scientist Live today. Caption this πŸ‘‡

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Hello my name is jeff, and for a living i tend to a community of gentleman with special interests...

"The downside of owing a sicilian a favour"

"Its my first time, Be gentle"

"Be like Tom cruise" they said. "Do you own stunts" they said.

"Real bros dont argue when their homie calls in a favour"

"And for my next trick, ill make the Prime minister's diginity disappear.."

"Hannibal Lector preparing a fresh catch.."

Unedited CGI from BABY'S DAY OUT

Unedited CGI scene from 'Benjamin Button'

"Downside of method acting"

The dirty side of "the scientific method"

Doctors and scientists are normal people who put their trousers on one leg at a time just like you

Please dont hurt em Hammer!

Working on-screen with kids is difficult, working with their alternative is even tougher..

When you tell your toddler it's time to get dressed

This Orion slave girl has let herself go 😦

Deleted scenes reel from 'planet of the apes'..

13 hours ago

New Scientist

BAFTA-award winning presenter Maddie Moate was a big attraction at our space shed, the New Scientist Live performance stage, this morning ... See MoreSee Less

BAFTA-award winning presenter Maddie Moate was a big attraction at our space shed, the New Scientist Live performance stage, this morningImage attachment

13 hours ago

New Scientist

Here's science journalist, author and TV presenter Angela Saini in conversation with New Scientist social media editor Lilian Anekwe about the return of race science. Angela discussed the race problem in population genetics earlier this year www.newscientist.com/article/mg24232300-600-does-population-genetics-have-a-racism-problem-even-t... ... See MoreSee Less

Heres science journalist, author and TV presenter Angela Saini in conversation with New Scientist social media editor Lilian Anekwe about the return of race science. Angela discussed the race problem in population genetics earlier this year https://www.newscientist.com/article/mg24232300-600-does-population-genetics-have-a-racism-problem-even-today/

21 hours ago

New Scientist

Today's your last chance to join the fun at this year's New Scientist Live - tickets still available on the door and at newscientistlive.com ... See MoreSee Less

Todays your last chance to join the fun at this years New Scientist Live - tickets still available on the door and at newscientistlive.comImage attachmentImage attachment
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