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New Scientist Live

Time Out says

Ever wondered how vets check the teeth of a silverback gorilla? Or if the Apollo Moon Landing actually.... happened? FInd the answers at New Scientist Live’s festival of 150 interactive science exhibitions. The whole thing is split into five ‘zones’: Cosmos, Earth, Humans, Technology and Engineering.

The Excel centre is generally packed with kids and families at the weekend but the Friday Night Lates session (October 12) is a chance to explore the darker side of science with an adults-only evening. Anu Ojha, Director of National Space Centre will be talking post-truth era conspiracy theories, scientist and author Julia Shaw will delve into the anatomy of human evil and Gustav Kuhn (who is an actual psychologist-magician) will uncover the psychology of magic. The big hitter is an appearance University Challenge 2017 star Bobby Seagull who will present his Mathematician’s Guide to Dating. Maybe it really is a numbers game...


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