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What Science Gallery Does
Science Gallery delivers unique, transdisciplinary exhibitions, events and educational programmes that engage millions of inquiring minds every year in connective, participative, and surprising ways. It offers a social space to develop ideas, imagine the future, and realise dreams.
Science Gallery’s internationally acclaimed approach encourages the development of creative, agile thinkers and doers for the 21st century – perceptive problem solvers that can bring together insights from diverse disciplines by moving effortlessly between these core areas.
Our university members, with Science Gallery, are shaping the next generation of science and technology trailblazers.
Universities are rapidly realising the importance of building meaningful avenues for young people who would not normally engage with the institutions on their doorsteps. By joining the Science Gallery Network, universities can draw on global connections to benefit their local communities, and use their local insights to generate new research with international impact.
"King’s Science Gallery London represents a new vision for the role of the university in the 21st century. It will take critical new research on urgent issues beyond the university walls and bring them to life through science and art."
Professor Edward Byrne
President & Principal, King’s College London
Seize the public imagination
"A magnificent achievement that has seized the public imagination."
Dr Patrick Prendergast
Provost & President, Trinity College Dublin
Benefits of the Network
Member universities of the Science Gallery Network reimagine what education looks like in the 21st century. The Science Gallery Network makes this possible by enabling collaborative partnerships with other galleries and universities in the Network.
All Network members have exclusive access to Science Gallery tools and resources, state of the art technology and digital platforms; unique learning and knowledge exchange; peer support; mobility programmes, and much more – enabling a truly global learning experience for university faculty, students and researchers and the local community.