Monday, September 25, 2023

A note from the magazine editor on New Scientist Live

Our flagship event, New Scientist Live, is returning to ExCeL London on 7 to 9 October. For many of you, the world’s greatest festival of ideas and discovery needs no introduction. But for those who haven’t come along yet, I can wholeheartedly say that this is the highlight of our calendar at New Scientist.

Not only will we have three days packed with talks from some of the most brilliant minds in science and technology, there is a huge space full of exciting exhibits and experiences. Subscribers will, as an added benefit, have a dedicated zone to relax in and meet our team.

I’m intrigued to get inside the mind of a dolphin with Laline Paull, who will be talking about her book Pod. I also can’t wait to hear Suzanne O’Sullivan speak about the power of mind over body. Then there’s the topic du jour, the future of AI, on which Mike Cook and Amy Smith will run a live demonstration.

This year, our schools’ day is on the Monday, and it is a time for curious young minds to enjoy talks from the likes of Stefan Gates and Anne-Marie Imafidon, and to get hands-on with the exhibits.

Do check out the full programme at, where you can get discounted early bird tickets for most days if you are quick.

I hope to see you there, but if you can’t attend in person, the talks will also be available online – details are available on the website.


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