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Take a tour of the NOISE STUDIO at SOUND CHECK, where you can create your own DIY instrument, get a taste of tape-looping or built a unique synth.

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Exploring the exhibits at SOUND CHECK that let visitors play their own compositions in new ways, from the guitar-pinball hybrid Star Struck to the

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Exploring the exhibits at SOUND CHECK that create new sounds from scratch, including the shoe guitar from Chicks On Speed, the synth bike from arti

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Exploring the exhibits at SOUND CHECK that let visitors become composers, designing their own unique sounds with mi.mu gloves and the Moog Sound La

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To celebrate National Science Week 2016, MAKESHOP, a project by Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin, came to Killinarden Community Centre for

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Break out your old mix tapes, swing your way to melodic bliss or rock up to our NOISE STUDIO to make your own synth.

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Break out your old mix tapes, swing your way to melodic bliss or rock up to our NOISE STUDIO to make your own synth.

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Break out your old mix tapes, swing your way to melodic bliss or rock up to our NOISE STUDIO to make your own synth.

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Is the workplace of the future going to be ruled by robots, and will that mean that humans be out of a job, or leisurely enjoying more free time?

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What does the future have in store for us as robots become more commonplace in every aspect of our daily lives?

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Can a machine be biased? Can an algorithm be discriminatory?

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The unique individuals featured in the First Up series believed in an idea and did everything possible to make that idea work.

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From meteor impacts to ancient scrolls, join us for a storytelling event in Trinity’s iconic Long Room that reveals the different ways researchers

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From the sharing economy to symbiotic microorganisms and music that moves around the room, the diverse world of academic research was laid bare at

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What exactly is sound? What role does it play in our lives? In this talk you will be introduced to sound as a measurable physical quantity and discover how our experience of sound is shaped by biology and perception. How can we distinguish one...