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Apply for our fully-funded PhD in informal science education

We are currently recruiting a PhD student for a three-year Horizon 2020-funded project based at Science Gallery Dublin and the School of Education, Trinity College Dublin. ​The post will involve mapping the field of European informal science education; this work will be part of a wider project to monitor activities in 19 EU countries and engage learners from disparate backgrounds, including those from geographically remote regions, socio-economically disadvantaged areas, and migrant communities.

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.

Becoming an oikos

In this essay for our free exhibition LIFE AT THE EDGES, Miha Turšič from the Waag Society Amsterdam and KSEVT Ljubljana talks about establishing a sustainable human presence in outer space.

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