Science Gallery International provides the services, tools and resources to power and expand the network.
With the ongoing development of the Network, Science Gallery International's role catalysing the growth and sharing the learnings across the Network has never been more crucial.
Science Gallery International creates and manages the tools and resources, state of the art technology, digital platforms, intellectual property, unique learning and knowledge exchange, peer support, and much more for our Network members.
Science Gallery International enables a truly global learning experience for university faculty, students and researchers and the local community. These tools and initiatives work to enable member universities to achieve their strategic goals, and ensure that Science Gallery benefits the university at large.
Science Gallery International was established in 2012 with the founding goal of establishing a Science Gallery Network with eight nodes by 2020, based on the success of Science Gallery Dublin at Trinity College Dublin. Governed by a voluntary board, and led by Executive Director Dr. Andrea Bandelli, the Science Gallery International team is based in Dublin, Ireland.
Professor Ed Byrne (Principal and President, King's College London) with Dr Andrea Bandelli (Executive Director, Science Gallery International) at the opening of Science Gallery at Kings College London in September 2019.
Our expert team provide the know-how, services, tools and resources required to catalyse the growth of the network and connect the people within it.
Science Gallery International are proud to count some of the world’s most forward-looking and experienced minds in science, public engagement, technology, engineering and education amongst our board members.