Science Gallery Podcast

Episode 9: Creative Entrepreneurs

Design, technology, business and art often intersect in exciting ways. Marie Redmond explains the value of art and creativity, and the economic potential of creative entrepreneurs - people who have invested in their own talent and creativity in order to carve a career that meets their artistic vision. Nicholas Felton combines personal data and graphic design, as he discusses data visualisation and how he led the design of the Facebook timeline. You can listen to the podcast on this page, or subscribe on iTunes.

Music by Listening Center. Sound Design by Maurice Kelliher. Produced and Presented by Shaun O'Boyle.

Episode 8: FYI, FBI.

How do you turn an FBI interrogation into an art project? In 2002, when artist Hasan Elahi was returning to the US after an exhibition overseas, he was met and questioned by the FBI. Hasan had accidentally ended up on a terrorist watch list, and it took months of interviews and polygraph tests to prove that he wasn't a threat to national security. This episode of the podcast features an interview with Hasan, and audio from a special LIFELOGGING event with Orla Barry (The Green Room, Newstalk). You can listen to the podcast on this page, or subscribe on iTunes.

Music by greyghost. Sound Design by Maurice Kelliher. Produced and Presented by Shaun O'Boyle.

Episode 7: Brain For Business

The human brain is the most complex structure in the known universe. Brain For Business is a new series of events at Science Gallery that explores the latest findings from neuroscience and psychology and applies them to the world of business and entrepreneurship. Hosted by Jess Kelly from Newstalk, the first installment featured neuroscientist Shane O'Mara in conversation with Stephen McIntyre, MD of Twitter Ireland.

Music by Concretism. Sound Design by Maurice Kelliher. Produced and Presented by Shaun O'Boyle.

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