• Lynn Scarff


    Lynn Scarff is the Director of Science Gallery Dublin. She has extensive experience in developing and leading public engagement projects in science, arts and education fields. Lynn comes from a background of work in the environmental and not for profit sectors and has developed a series of programmes, exhibitions, events, books, TV and radio for these areas. Beginning her role in Science Gallery as the Education and Outreach Manager, Lynn has been involved since its inception. She is passionate about science and arts and the potential of spaces like Science Gallery to be facilitators of transformation in people’s lives. Talk to Lynn at

  • Ian Brunswick

    Head of Programming

    Ian Brunswick is the Head of Programming at Science Gallery Dublin, having previously worked in broadcasting as well as youth outreach in New York, Chicago, the West Indies and (most exotic of all) Wisconsin. He also presents the science news on Ireland’s weekly science radio programme, Newstalk's Futureproof. Talk to Ian at

  • Lea O'Flannagain

    Operations Manager

    With her huge network of contacts and great juggling skills Lea makes sure everything in the gallery runs smoothly. The great Dane has a 'make it happen' attitude and is generally unflappable. She has been with Science Gallery Dublin since day one and came with over ten years experience in the arts and business fields, with specific expertise in art fitout for corporate buyers. Talk to Lea at

  • Aisling Murrary

    Exhibitions Producer

    With a background in festivals and producing across theatre, spoken word, and dance, Aisling is responsible for liaising with artists and exhibition designers to transform the space for each exhibition. While a number of us conceive of the idea for exhibitions and carry it through pregnancy, it is Aisling that ultimately goes through labour and gives birth to it. With a passion for all things art and culture, Science Gallery Dublin enables Aisling to do what she does best: facilitating creativity. Talk to Aisling at

  • Jessica Hilliard

    Marketing and Communications Manager

    As someone who has always been fascinated by ideas, the people behind them and where they meet communities, Jessica embraces the opportunity to talk up all kinds of things to anyone who will listen. An information (and sneaker) addict with a penchant for ‘the just left-of-centre-enough-to-intrigue’, her role allows her a fascinating scope to do that at Science Gallery Dublin. Talk to Jessica at

  • Niamh O'Doherty

    Marketing Officer

    A proper media junkie with (at last count) over 200 sites bookmarked in her 'News' folder, Niamh is a keen marketeer with a passion for spreading the word about science. She looks after press for Science Gallery Dublin, so if you're looking for an interview, an image or just a interesting story about cricket-flavoured energy bars, get in touch at

  • Derek Williams

    Technical Manager

    Derek is a master of fireworks – although he does try to keep them to a minimum in the gallery. He provides the technical know-how for all our exhibitions, events, along with the day-to-day fixes and tweaks to our tech-laden shows. When not building Tweet printers or green screens from scratch, Derek will be writing risk assessments to keep everyone safe, or stealing chocolate from others in the office. Talk to Derek at

  • Jane Chadwick

    Education and Learning Manager

    Science Gallery's very own tame Volcanologist, Jane Chadwick is the Education and Learning Manager for Science Gallery Dublin. She has a BA (mod) in Natural Sciences and a PhD in Geochemistry and Volcanology with over eight years of research, teaching, and science communication experience. At Science Gallery she combines her nerdy love for science, technology, and design to develop projects, events, courses and workshops for our education programmes. For more info on our Education Programmes, you can reach her at

  • Sarah Williams

    Development Manager

    Engaging and involving new partners is a key factor in enabling Science Gallery Dublin to deliver compelling experiences and ensure that it remains a free entry space. Sarah is responsible for the smooth strategy development and management of our Development and Fundraising activities. When not out networking, making connections or inviting people in for coffee and a tour, Sarah can be found somewhere along the coastline on a standup paddleboard, or singing with gusto at a wedding near you. Talk to Sarah at

  • Diane McSweeney

    Education Officer

    Having originally joined the Science Gallery Dublin team as a mediator back in 2012 for the EDIBLE exhibition back in 2012, Diane now runs the mediator programme and other educational programmes as the Education Officer in the gallery. Coming from a background in communications and having created radio for national broadcasters Newstalk and RTÉ, Diane likes meeting new people and learning new things – which she is always able to do at Science Gallery Dublin.  Talk to Diane at

  • Mairéad Hurley

    European Research Projects Coordinator

    When Mairéad is not in the office, she can often be found in various locations around Europe liaising with Science Gallery Dublin's partner institutions on weird and wonderful projects. Mairéad has many years experience in STEM education, and with a Ph.D. in Astronomy, she is keen to point out that under no circumstances are you to ask her for your horoscope! She has also been known to travel the world in her other guise – performing traditional Irish music on the concertina on stages from Wellington to Washington DC to the West of Ireland... and that's just in the past 12 months! Talk to Mairead about our European Projects at

  • Louise Whelan

    Financial Administrator

    After completing the ACCA accountancy exams, Louise decided she'd like to put her love of numbers to good use in a vibrant and interesting environment. Luckily for us we fit Louise’s bill and she joined the Science Gallery team in 2013. Louise is responsible for the financial reporting of Science Gallery Dublin, the day-to-day administration, and fielding incessant financial questions from members of staff. Talk to Louise at

  • Sarah Quinn

    Development Coordinator

    The other half of the development team, Sarah works with our existing partners to identify new opportunities to connect these innovators from all industries with our work here at Science Gallery Dublin. A psychology graduate, with a past life organising gigs and pop-up arty happenings, she's quick to spot interesting connections at the intersection of art and science. Whether you would like to sponsor an exhibition, prototype an idea or product, or join us for the longer haul, give a Sarah a shout and she’ll leave your brain buzzing with possibilities! Talk to Sarah at

  • Declan Greaney

    Front of House (part time)

    When not casting an eye over operations on the floor and over the front desk, Declan can be found in his studio covered in paint… and that goes for both Declan and the studio. It is not enough to work in the arts for Declan; more than allowing access to the 'Beast', he must be the 'Beast'! Talk to Declan at

  • Aidan Fitzmaurice

    Makeshop Coordinator

    Aidan can be found making in MAKESHOP, looking after workshops, or writing poetic birthday cards for the rest of the staff. Science Gallery, and Makeshop in particular, give him the chance to amalgamate his interests in all things creative and all things geeky. Talk to Aidan at

  • Emma Kennedy

    Shop Assistant

    Emma works in Science Gallery Dublin as part of the shop team. She has responsibility for buying books for the shop, and loves the combination of researching nerdy books and meeting all sorts of people every day. She has created a collection of books suitable for the creative, curious minds of the Science Gallery Dublin visitor. Talk to Emma at