Thousands flocked to London’s ExCeL Centre in October for four-days jam-packed with science at this year’s show! 

From spectacular talks across five stages, along with a wealth of hands-on activities and exhibits, memories that will last a lifetime were made by many at New Scientist Live 2019.

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Mind-blowing features…

The moon experience

With Luke Jerram’s museum of the moon, smells of the moon, a rocket building workshop and much more, the moon experience was the place to be for all lunar lovers at this year’s show!

VR roller coaster

Middlesex University’s gut-wrenching VR roller coaster experience was one of the most popular features for all thrill-seekers.

The future of farming

The future of farming was at the heart of this year’s show, showcasing the newest technological advances in the world of farming. Everybody loved John Deere’s tractor, the spectacular combine harvester and the robotic cow! 

Operating theatre of the future

King’s College London brought their very own operating theatre of the future along to this year’s show, where they showcased the incredible new technology that is transforming the future of healthcare.