• Conor Courtney: From Mediator to Freelance Sci-artist

    Former mediator Conor Courtney traces back his time at Science Gallery Dublin. From his initial beginnings at the Gallery to his current freelancing role, he reflects on how Science Gallery has influenced and progressed his career.

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  • Innovative art science intervention at Science Gallery Dublin

    Science Gallery Dublin collaborated with the Open Window project, a highly successful art intervention initiative, to bring virtual tours of the 2014 exhibition BLOOD to hospital patients.

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  • Intel and Science Gallery Dublin education partnership inspires academic and career choice

    Intel and Science Gallery Dublin have partnered on education projects including mentoring programmes and workshops for Irish school students, informing and inspiring students about university and career School

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  • Lara Dungan: From participant to mediator and award winning immunologist

    Lara Dungan’s love of science was reignited when she visited INFECTIOUS in 2009, inspiring her to pursue a PhD in immunology and go on to win awards for her research.

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  • Period Piece: Breaking stigmatized female issues through science and art

    Period Piece seeks to provoke critical dialogue about shifts in contraceptive technologies and constructions of the ‘natural’ around women’s bodies from the rise of the pill to the emergence of period tracking apps. Through an audio-visual...

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  • Science Gallery MAKESHOP inspires creativity through ‘Dublin’s best workshop’ and teaching DIY skills

    Makeshop is a shop and workshop space just outside the walls of Trinity College Dublin that runs workshops on skills ranging from learning to solder to DIY robotics.

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  • Scratch That: Science Gallery and Bridge21 work together to encourage students from disadvantaged backgrounds to study computer science

    Young adult organisations such as Bridge21 work with Science Gallery Dublin to encourage students from disadvantaged backgrounds to study Computer Science, attend university or engage in events and workshops that inspire and create space for play.

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  • Spit Crystal: From the human mouth to crystallised research

    Spit Crystal was the result of a two WHO? month journey, commissioned by Science Gallery London, to study the potential of saliva alongside salivary researchers and crystallography experts based at King’s College London. The research produced was...

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  • Synthetic biology event launches president of ireland ethics initiative

    Stanford University Professor of Bioengineering Drew Endy came to Science Gallery Dublin in 2014 as the inaugural event of the President of Ireland Ethics Initiative, leading to awareness and discussion of critical ethical issues around synthetic...

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  • Testing One, Two, Three: Science Gallery Melbourne partners with university and local radio stations to promote students

    After contributing to Science Gallery Melbourne’s PERFECTION exhibition, the artist Adam Peacock advocates for the cross-disciplinary approach that Science Gallery takes in curating its exhibitions. Peacock feel this approach will be pivotal in...

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  • Testing One, Two, Three: Science Gallery Melbourne partners with university and local radio stations to promote students

    Science Gallery Melbourne partnered with the School of Journalism at The University of Melbourne to give students a platform to create and design their own podcast and radio segment.

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