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SIGNAL: CAREERS, an event for students considering pursuing musical courses in third level, took place at Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin

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From biohackers with big ambitions to patients building their own medical devices and apps for managing their health conditions, the world of DIY s

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In copyright law, an author is a human being who exercises subjective judgment in composing the work and who controls its execution.

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Financial crises have been a regular feature of economic life in advanced countries since the industrial revolution.

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Our SIGNAL series kicks off on 27th January with an in-depth look at the music courses available on this year's CAO — click here to register for yo

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During the Cold War, the threat of global nuclear armageddon was a core issue within the theory and practice of International Relations.

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Vaccines represent the most significant scientific contribution to global public health over the past two hundred years.

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From biomimicry and terraforming exoplanets to the brain chemistry of devotion, the 2018 programme at Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin wil

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It's here - the 2018 Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin programme is live!

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What’s the difference between a collapse, a downfall, and a downright apocalypse? How will it all end, and why do we love to wonder?

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When the worst happens, how will civilisation survive?

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Explore the exhibits at IN CASE OF EMERGENCY that examine collapse and apocalyptic themes in our current world.

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The Doomer Bar at IN CASE OF EMERGENCY is an interactive space where visitors can explore disaster survival, play games, get prepper tips from our

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With the support of Science Foundation Ireland’s Discover Programme, Science Gallery Dublin has also commissioned several new works for IN CASE OF

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The Situation Room is an immersive experience where visitors are faced with complex questions and difficult choices.

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From fake meat to fake emotions, if faking it gets the job done, who cares? In both the natural world and human society, faking, mimicking and copying can be a reliable strategy for success. When the focus is on how things appear, a fake may be...