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We’ve got five places left* for what promises to be the sci-tech event of the year – The Register and Intel Live 2011.

It’s going to be a day with El Reg and some of the brightest brains in science and technology, and it’s all happening by the Thames.

We have Professor Brian Cox, from the telly, Mr (Security) Bruce Schneier and Intel fellow Genevieve Bell all giving detailed talks on their specialist subjects and most likely leaving you longing for more.

Also in the mix are Andrzej Nowak from CERN, Jim Walter from Mcafee, Peter MacCallum from Cancer UK, mobile entrepreneur Ed Moore, and Dale Vile from our friends at Freeform Dynamics.

If you want to hear how some of the brightest minds are tackling and exploring some of today's challenges in technology, space and humanity, then this should be just the ticket.

We’ve already got 50 of your, quite senior, peers lined up for the gig so you’ll be in good company. If you like the sound of it, you can read more and register your interest here. ®

* This isn’t a competition, we’re just going to pick five of you.

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