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The fifth Science Gallery will be in... Venice!

Friday, December 16, 2016 - 10:49

The fifth gallery to join the Global Science Gallery Network will take pride of place at a waterfront site in Venice Science Gallery Venice will open in 2019 in partnership with The Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, joining a network of galleries linked to universities in Dublin, London,...

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What we have in store for you in 2017

Thursday, December 1, 2016 - 11:47

Can artificial intelligence really do your job better than you? What does an impossible instrument sound like? Should we be worried that the end of the world can be... entertaining? In 2017, Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin will continue to create compelling experiences designed to...

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Pinhole Perception – Guest Blog from Mediator James Morris

Thursday, September 22, 2016 - 10:10

James Morris, a member of our multi-talented Mediator Team here at Science Gallery Dublin tells us about the wonders of the pinhole camera – he can be found on Twitter at @JMorrisj6.  It’s understandable why cameras are so popular; they echo the way we look at the world almost exactly....

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Why does SEEING look the way it does? Claire Healy, Exhibition Designer, explains!

Thursday, August 25, 2016 - 15:07

In this blog post, our Exhibition Designer for SEEING, Claire Healy, take us through why the gallery looks the way it does for this exhibition. When beginning the process of telling a story within a space, it helps to borrow from literary theory and map a story shape onto the space. This gives the...

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We're hiring! Two roles up for grabs at Science Gallery Dublin

Tuesday, July 19, 2016 - 16:48

Science Gallery Dublin is hiring a Head of Programming Science Gallery Dublin is seeking to appoint a Head of Programming to work at the highest level within the management team to assist in the successful delivery of the Science Gallery mission. The purpose of this role is to plan, commission and...

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FIELD TEST - TY guest blog post

Wednesday, June 8, 2016 - 11:55

After three months and over 100,000 visitors FIELD TEST closed last Sunday. In case you missed it one of our awesome TY students, Sam, caught the final week of the exhibition and wrote up his thoughts.  The Science Gallery Dublin’s recently closed exhibition FIELD TEST focuses on agriculture...

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Profitable Isn't Popular: Findings from the LOCI Food Lab

Tuesday, June 7, 2016 - 13:04

If you’ve found yourself in Trinity College Dublin over the last three months it’s likely you passed by or even stopped by at the new LOCI Food Lab caravan, parked in a sunny bay just outside the Trinity Lloyd Institute. James Morris, a member of the multi-talented Mediator Team here at...

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Want to work with us? We're hiring a Senior Designer.

Monday, May 30, 2016 - 14:46

Science Gallery Dublin is hiring a Senior Designer, a key role in the gallery. We're looking to appoint a engaged, dynamic, talented, creative and experienced designer to work fulltime in-house with the team and external suppliers to communicate our aim of igniting creativity and ...

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Blood-sucking fungus takes over in vitro meat experiment

Thursday, May 26, 2016 - 11:36

Don't worry, we pulled the plug before it started attacking humans. Dylan Lynch, a member of the multi-talented Mediator Team here at Science Gallery Dublin, documented this little biohazard — he can be found on Twitter at @DyylaanL. Earlier this month, an experiment attempting to grow meat...

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FIELD TEST: A short audio tour

Thursday, May 12, 2016 - 13:09

Here's a short audio tour of FIELD TEST, described by our fantastic team of mediators.  LOCI FOOD LAB   FARM CYBORGS   DUBLIN HONEY PROJECT:   ECO OPPORTUNISM   FARMSTAND FORECAST   SEED BOUTIQUE   ROOT VEGETABLE WASHER   AG LAB...

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