Our University Members

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.

The rapid growth of the Science Gallery Network across four continents since its inception in 2012 is testament to its success. 2018 saw the launch of Science Gallery London at King’s College London, while Science Gallery Melbourne at The University of Melbourne, Science Gallery Bengaluru at the Indian Institute of Science, Science Gallery Venice at Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, and Science Gallery Detroit at Michigan State University are all delivering programming to local audiences and developing bespoke facilities to house their own Science Gallery. Just over a decade ago, the pioneering Science Gallery Dublin launched at Trinity College Dublin.

Read more about the galleries that make up the Network on our 'About The Network' page.


Network member activity at glance...


Membership Signed

Leadership Appointed

Public Programmes Live

Capital Project Committed

Permanent Gallery Opened




















“A magnificent achievement... has seized the public imagination”
 — Dr Patrick Prendergast, Provost & President, Trinity College Dublin







“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






“Science Gallery Melbourne will expose innovative scientific research to a whole new audience, and will inspire young people to pursue a career in the sciences”
— Professor Karen Day, Dean of Science, The University of Melbourne







“Society and science must be connected, and Science Gallery is all about doing this”
— Kiran Mazumdar Shaw, Honorary Irish Consul to Bengaluru, Chairman & Managing Director of Biocon, Chair of the Science Gallery Bengaluru Board

Indian Institute of Science, Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology, and the National Centre for Biological Sciences






“Today, we celebrate a major achievement for Ca’ Foscari and for the future of research and Venice.”
— Michele Bugliesi, Rector, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice





“Science Gallery uses all the ways we think, all the ways we explore, and all the ways we play to encourage learning—and MSU is proud to bring this experience to Detroit.”
— June Pierce Youatt, Provost, Michigan State University Michigan State University