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New Scientist Live – Sunday 9th October timetable

5 Stages, 56 main stage talks, 80 exhibitors, one day for schools, one weekend for everyone, one amazing festival of ideas and discovery!

New Scientist Live 5 October 2022

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FUTURE STAGE

10.45 – 11.35 The future of UK science and innovation, Sir Patrick Vallance
11.55 – 12.45 A world-record breaking attempt to create star power, Joe Miles
13.25 – 14.15 The geological record of climate change, Chris Jackson
14.35 – 15.25 Mathematics is our superpower, Junaid Mubeen
15.45 – 16.35 Can science save the world? Lord Rees

MIND AND BODY STAGE

10.45 – 11.35 Ultra-processed food, Chris and Xand van Tulleken
11.55 – 12.45 Can fish count? Brian Butterworth
13.25 – 14.15 The human body: Design disaster, Dr Rohin Francis
14.35 – 15.25 DNA family secrets, Turi King
15.45 – 16.35 The body and self-consciousness, Moheb Costandi

OUR PLANET STAGE

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10.45 – 11.35 The deep chemistry of life and death, Nick Lane
11.55 – 12.45 Exploring the deep sea, Helen Scales
13.25 – 14.15 It’s not easy being Green, Julia Cooke and Yoseph Araya
14.35 – 15.25 The Earth: A biography of a living planet, Elsa Panciroli
15.45 – 16.35 Neanderthals: Exploring complex minds, Rebecca Wragg Sykes

UNIVERSE STAGE

10.45 – 11.35 The dark universe: seeing the invisible, Alexandra Amon
11.55 – 12.45 A new force of nature? Harry Cliff
13.25 – 14.15 Exploring ocean worlds, Emma Bunce
14.35 – 15.25 The science of exploding stars, Or Graur
15.45 – 16.35 Physics experiments that changed the world, Suzie Sheehy

ENGAGE STAGE

10.45 – 11.30 Live from the Space Shed, Dallas Campbell
11.40 – 12.20 Fecal Microbiota Transplantation: from bench to bedside and beyond, Blair Merrick
12.20 – 12.40 Talking toxoplasma: the parasite that gets everywhere! Lilach Sheiner
and Clare Harding
12.40 – 13.00 Outsmarting heart disease, British Heart Foundation
13.25 – 14.10 Mapping the Universe, Alexandra Amon
14.20 – 14.40 Geology rocks, with Chris Jackson
15.00 – 16.00 New Scientist journalists: Ask us anything!
16.00 – 17.00 RPGeeks: Interactive Science D&D