Winner of the 2016 Exhibition News Awards Best Consumer Show, last year’s event brought in over 22,000 people across four days.
The show was opened by Tim Peake, fresh from the International Space Station, and featured over 100 speakers, 60 exhibitors and loads of great demonstrations, displays and experiences.
This year's event, taking place from 28th September to 1st October at London's ExCel, is due to be even bigger and better!
So you don't miss out on the innovations of weird and wonderful here is the link to purchase tickets: https://live.newscientist.com/buy-tickets
Last year some of the things we got to experience included being able to take a look at the supersonic car getting ready to break world speed records; saw the NASA Mars Exploration Rover do a few spins to give us a taste of what it can do; tried a few nutritional gourmet insects at the Rentokil stand (no we're not kidding!); built a satellite receiver to take a selfie that bounced back from a satellite in Space; got to race matchbox cars on a mini track that ran off salt water; played with a couple of robots; had the opportunity to purchase a personal observatory that could fit in garden of pretty much any size; got to speak to the Astronaut Al Warden, and listened to talks given by the likes of people such as the infamous Tim Peake.
We can't wait to see what lies in store this year...
See you there...?! https://live.newscientist.com/buy-tickets
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