Join New Scientist Live and a selection of leading scientists for three fascinating lectures at Conway Hall in London this Autumn. Each lecture starts at 7pm and is sure to provide plenty to inspire you and make you think.
11 November – Healthy eating: What science has to say, with:
Susan Jebb, professor of diet and population health, University of Oxford
Bruce Griffin, professor of nutritional metabolism, University of Surrey
Confusion reigns about what foods we should eat to stay healthy. Meat, fat, sugar and salt have all been the subject of conflicting news stories. Preserved meats and “low fat” foods seem to have been added to the danger list. Two leading researchers will discuss what science has to say about our food and how best to stave off disorders such as diabetes, heart disease and cancer.
- Doors will open at 6:30pm, with each event scheduled to commence at 7:00pm.
- Estimated finish time for each lecture is 8:45pm.
- The Series ticket gets you access to all three Autumn lectures listed above – you will need to bring this same ticket to each lecture to gain access.
- No tickets will be available to purchase on the door.
- All tickets are non-refundable and are not transferable to any other New Scientist Live lecture or event.
- Don’t forget to bring your ticket to gain entry (we can scan this from a print out, or off a mobile phone / tablet / smartwatch screen).
- There is no allocated seating – choice of seats is available on a first come first served basis.
- New Scientist will not be running a bar at these lectures. Should you require refreshments Conway Hall has a small shop with very limited stock, or you should purchase anything you require before arriving at the venue.
- Conway Hall offers limited access for disabled people. If you have any queries, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- A minimum of 50 early bird discounted tickets are available for each lecture priced at £12, saving 20% on the full price ticket (£15).