21 Sep 2018 Lion Hudson and The Faraday Institute team up at New Scientist Live 2018

Lion Hudson is thrilled to exhibit with The Faraday Institute for Science and Religion at New Scientist Live 2018! New Scientist Live is an award-winning, mind-blowing festival of ideas and discoveries for everyone curious about science and why it matters. The event takes place over four days, from September 20th to September 23rd. With more than 120 speakers and 100 exhibitors coming together in one space, it's sure to be an entertaining and inspirational four days — we're excited to be a part of it! We will be exhibiting over the four days and are delighted that Lion Hudson authors, Julia Golding and David Hutchings, will join us at our stand throughout the weekend.

Julia Golding will join us at the Lion Hudson stand on Saturday, 22nd of September. Julia is a multi-award winning writer for adults and young adults, including the Cat Royal series. Former British diplomat and Oxfam policy adviser, she has now published over fifty books in genres ranging from historical adventure to fantasy. She has a doctorate in English literature from Oxford. Julia will present two fun experiments for children throughout the day at the stand. She will also sign copies of her new pioneering Lion Children's book, The Curious Crime and the first two books from her wonderful The Curious Science Quest series — Cave Discovery and Greek Adventure at Blackwell's pop stand at 14:30.

The Faraday Institute glowingly endorsed The Curious Crime!

"This Story will inspire and empower the reader to ask questions, explore their world, and take their place in the irresistible search for answers handed down from one generation of humans to the next."
- Steph Bryant and Lizzie Henderson, The Faraday Institute for Science and Religion

Interested in learning more about The Curious Crime? Check out the fabulous trailer below.

Below, Julia discusses The Curious Science Quest series and why science has the best stories!

David Hutchings will join us at the Lion Hudson stand on Sunday, 23rd of September. David graduated with a First Class Physics degree from the University of York in 2003 and then qualified as a Physics teacher. He has worked at Pocklington School in the North of England since 2004. As an Institute of Physics Committee Member, he has run multiple training events for many teachers of the subject since 2007. His first book, Let There Be Science, was co-written with Professor Tom McLeish FRS of Durham University. Let There Be Science addresses their shared desire to demonstrate the profound relationship that exists between ultra-modern science and the timeless teaching of the Bible. David will be demonstrating experiments at the stand throughout the day. He will be available to sign copies of Let There Be Science at the stand.

Our stand is looking fantastic and we'd love to see you at New Scientist Live. Come join us to celebrate scientific discovery by booking your tickets here!