- Accommodation has rooms adjacent to the smoking area and smoke gets in unfortunately. Limited working showers for the female students and noisy at times.
Other than that all good. !
Published on: 28 May 2018
Split into four immersive zones – Brain & Body, Technology, Earth and the Cosmos – students will see science brought to life with over 200 first-rate demonstrations and more than 100 thought-provoking talks from the most influential names in science, fuelling the imagination of every young scientist.
Students will be able to listen to talks from world-leading scientists, futurologists and thought leaders, inspiring the next generation. 2017 speakers included astronaut Tim Peake, physicist Helen Czerski, Cosmologist and physicist Sean Carroll and Chef Heston Blumenthal. 2017 speaker topics covered will range from the Higgs boson to sports science, to driverless cars, AI and so much more.
Students will be able to learn from the huge range of demonstrations and experiences, and get hands on with science. In addition, they will be able to speak to scientists from the University of Surrey, University College London, Harvard University, The Science Council and many many more. Previous years' show featured the Bloodhound Project's adrenaline-pumping 1,000mph car, a chance to see the European Space Agency's Exomars Rover in the flesh, VR demonstrations, and 'The Rentokil Pestaurant' where visitors could try a range of edible creepy crawlies. 2018 content will be confirmed in the coming months.
We have partnered with New Scientist Live to offer a cost-effective solution for schools from across the UK to attend this amazing science event. For schools not based in or near London, our package includes return coach transport from your school, 1 day entrance to New Scientist Live (extended durations available), pre-booked entry to the Science Museum or visit the Natural History Museum, 1 free staff place for every 10 paying students, chance to add-on other excursions including the London Eye, group evening meals, a West End show and other fantastic science related visits and excursions.
What’s more, you only need a minimum of 10 paying passengers to take your school to New Scientist Live, with a fixed price.
Full Executive Coach Transfer from your institute to the accommodation in London
1 Nights Accommodation with Breakfast in London accommodation
1 free staff place based on every 10 paying passengers
Day 1: Entrance to the Science Museum & Natural History Museum with optional workshops (please note entrance to the Science Museum is free of charge, but Adaptable Travel will be able to pre-reserve your places)
Day 2: Entrance to the New Scientist Live event at London Excel
This event is open to all groups. That is why we have alternative packages for groups wanting Daytrips or Ticket Only packages available.
Add-ons including Centre of the Cell, Natural History Museum Workshops, Kew Gardens, London Eye, Theatre visits and more available.
Extended Duration trips are also available.
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