By Simon Moore and Virginia Schutte (Real Life Science) A buzzing atmosphere surrounded the science exhibition that was New Scientist Live, at the ExCel, London, for 4 days in September. The popular magazine was brought to life with hands-on, interactive, immersive experiences awaiting everyone who set foot inside. A series of talks and discussions ran... Read More »Read more »
By Simon Moore Two weekends ago I was in Cambridge for a New Networks for Nature meeting in the wonderful David Attenborough building, which brought together science and art to explore the way we relate to nature. Conservationists, ecologists and environmentalists were interspersed with poets, novelists, musicians and visual artists, to build up a picture... Read More »Read more »
Steppes Beyond – Travel Festival By Simon Moore Last weekend I attended a unique festival at the Royal Geographical Society, London, that presented talks and discussions by conservationists, explorers, travel experts, wildlife documentary presenters and producers. Hosted by Steppes Travel, their first ‘Beyond’ two-day festival aimed to inspire everyone to embark on adventures into... Read More »Read more »
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