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Are you a lifelogger? We want to take a picture of you

Tuesday, January 6, 2015 - 12:41

On 14th February our exhibition around the theme of lifelogging, personal sensing and the future of this technology goes live. LIFELOGGING LAB will be an immersive space where visitors will explore one of the remaining frontiers of data science: themselves  One of the artists involved in...

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‘Christmas Swim Anyone?’ - The Science behind the Cold

Monday, December 22, 2014 - 15:19

Feeling chilly? Sure it's good for ya! This year know what you're in for with the Christmas Swim... ____________________ On the lead up to Christmas Day there are always a few ideas that make their way around the dinner table and more often than not are discarded in the bin with a derisive laugh....

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We made €500 for Autism Ireland at our Christmas Jumper Make Night!

Tuesday, December 16, 2014 - 16:43

We made €500 for Autism Ireland at our Christmas Jumper Make Night! Every year without fail, the best Christmas jumpers are designed right here in Science Gallery Dublin at our Christmas Jumper Make Night. Actual rocket scientist (no, really) David McKeown assembled another festive troupe of...

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Let us help you with your Christmas shopping woe-ho-hos

Tuesday, December 2, 2014 - 15:08

Are you tearing your hair out trying to think of a gift for a scientific son, design mad daughter, knowledgeable niece, nerdy nephew, playful partner, fact-finding father, fascinated friend, scientific step-granny, maker mum, gifted godchild or geeky grandchild? We have a shop full of potential...

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Your blood could help cure Motor Neurone Disease

Tuesday, November 18, 2014 - 15:37

YOUR BLOOD COULD HELP CURE MOTOR NEURONE DISEASE Motor Neurone Disease (MND) is a neuromuscular condition that attacks the nerves in the spinal cord and brain. This means nerve signals stop reaching the muscles, affecting how you walk, speak, eat and breath. 1 Irish person person dies from MND...

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First Up: Creative entrepreneurs on breaking through

Thursday, November 13, 2014 - 10:52

First Up: Creative entrepreneurs on breaking through A series of lunchtime talks from the creative minds at the forefront of Irish culture, science and the arts. The unique individuals in the First Up series believed in an idea and did everything possible to make that idea work. They invested in...

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We're hiring! Are you our next Tech Team Intern?

Tuesday, November 11, 2014 - 11:18

Science Gallery Dublin is hiring! Science Gallery Dublin is looking for a creative, energetic person who is interested in taking up a paid part-time position as a technical intern to help provide technical support and expertise to our events and exhibition programmes in Dublin as well as our...

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Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin and Google Ireland win “Best Large Sponsorship” category at Business to Arts Awards

Thursday, September 11, 2014 - 12:24

Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin and Google Ireland win “Best Large Sponsorship” category at Business to Arts Awards The partnership between Science Gallery and Google Ireland was awarded “Best Large Sponsorship” at the Business to Arts Awards on Tuesday 9th of September. The Allianz...

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Science Gallery International is hiring an Administrator

Tuesday, September 9, 2014 - 11:32

Our friends working to set up a Global Science Gallery Network over at Science Gallery International are hiring an Administrator. Deadline for applications is September 24th. Check out the full details over on their website    

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Calling volunteers and announcing four more TEDxDublin speakers

Monday, September 1, 2014 - 23:41

Another update from the TEDxDublin and Science Gallery team: TEDxDublin is just under two weeks away, and it couldn't happen without the fantastic team of volunteers who share their skills and enthusiasm with us every year. If you would like to volunteer at this year's TEDxDublin, please...

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