Applications now open for Cancer Uncovered Transition Year Week

Cancer Uncovered is a creative science TY week at Science Gallery Dublin, organised by researchers from Trinity College Dublin. It will be a fun week that will involve learning about cancer biology, and using that information for creative outputs such as art and drama!

TY students will be mentored in the mornings about cancer biology, and then facilitated to express this biological information in a creative output by a creative mentor. If you are interested in animation, theatre or print and want to find out more about biology and cancer then this is the week for you. 

Applications now open for spring Transition Year Mentoring Weeks

Applications are now open for our spring 2019 TY Mentorship Weeks: students should click here to fill in the application form. These applications will close on 14th November 2018.

The limits of human existence within extreme environments

In this essay for our free exhibition LIFE AT THE EDGES, Melodie Yashar, designer, co-founder and member of SEArch+ (Space Exploration Architecture) talks about humanity's obsession with pioneering and developing new extremes.

LIFE AT THE EDGES probes the imagination to consider the limits of human existence within extreme environments — life that is enabled and mediated by technologies and designs, forging new relationships with surrounding ecologies.