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# Science Gallery
Trinity provost says university planning new model for Science Gallery ahead of closure
Linda Doyle said closing the gallery “affords us time to address the problems and build a new, exciting and sustainable way forward”.
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# trinity college dublin
Uncertain future of Dublin's Science Gallery to be discussed next week
News emerged this week that the gallery is set to close its doors for good in February.
# Science Gallery
'You're letting a robot tell you how attractive you are': This exhibition questions the meaning of perfection
The new exhibition looks at the future of personal perfection through science and technology.
# closeness
Motion capture kisses and robotic companion cats: Intimacy exhibition explores technology and human connection
The new exhibition will run until February 24, 2019 at the Science Gallery in Trinity College, Dublin.
# remembrance tree
'The fragility of life': New exhibition showcases artwork made by families who lost children
The exhibition deals with mental health issues during and after pregnancy,
# 10th anniversary
A decade of innovation: How Science Gallery Dublin transformed into a global success
Since opening in 2008, over 2.5 million visitors have passed through the gallery.
# Picture this
4 events for... anyone looking for an art injection
Irish art fans are spoiled for choice this week.
# 2018 exhibition
Has technology killed the art of human connection? Dublin's Science Gallery is going to find out
‘Intimacy’ is running in the Science Gallery Dublin from 19 October 2018 to 3 February 2019.
# Science Gallery
Fake it 'til you make it: The art of deception... have humans mastered it?
‘Fake’ is running in the Science Gallery Dublin from 2 March to 3 June 2018.
# 2018 launch
'We want to connect and surprise': Dublin's Science Gallery has some big plans for 2018
Science Gallery Dublin launched its programme for 2018 at an event at its Trinity site yesterday.
# science week
Robots like Stevie could allow the elderly to live in their own homes for longer
A team of researchers at Trinity have been given funding by Enterprise Ireland to develop a robot to assist with the elderly.
# pick your character
If an apocalypse hit Ireland, what kind of survivor would you be?
The Science Gallery’s latest exhibition is asking us to think about how we’d fare in an emergency situation.
# Situation Room
How would you deal with a deadly crisis? This exhibit aims to test your limits
You’ll lose friends, ostracise your family and learn a lot about yourself at the Science Gallery’s latest installment.
# the future is here
Lady Chatterley's Tinderbot: Modern dating at Dublin's Science Gallery
The camera that writes poetry and machine that likes to draw are some of the new attractions at the Science Gallery.
# Design and Violence
Homemade guns, a bomb and a home suicide machine are all on view in Dublin
A new exhibition at Dublin’s Science Gallery contains all of these items plus more.
# seeing is believing
Fancy having your portrait drawn by three robots called Paul in Dublin?
The opportunity is part of a new exhibition at Dublin’s Science Gallery.
# Food
Do you think about where your food comes from? It might be time to start
A new exhibition in Dublin’s Science Gallery on the future of farming may just make you.
# Sneaky
US politicians may be unknowingly using paper with the names of dead Iraqi civilians on it
Matt Kenyon has been smuggling the special micro-printed paper into their stationery supplies…
# Privacy
Imagine a world where dogs control access to ATM cash by smelling people's crotches
You’d never have to worry about forgetting your pin again.
# lay my hat
Open Thread: What makes a place feel like home?
Is it security? People? Privacy?
# through the wormhole
Toys for robots, a wine pouring machine and bellybutton swabs. The homes of the future...
TCD’s Science Gallery’s latest exhibition is well worth a visit.
# makes sense
This man has been taking a photo of everything he touches... for the last 11 years
It’s all a ‘lifelogging’ art experiment you see
# what's diversity?
Who are the 30%ers?
A new movement is pushing for gender balance in the corporate world.
# bleeding art
The artist who injected his wife with horse blood is in Dublin
The Science Gallery has a new exhibition but it’s not for the faint-hearted…
# Mars One Mission
Meet the Irish man who's been shortlisted to go to Mars and never come back
Dr Joseph Roche, from Kildare, is one of 1,000 people shortlisted for the Mars One colony mission.
# obi wan kesnowbi
Is this the coolest Christmas decoration ever?
Help us Obi Wan KeSNOWbi, you’re our only hope.
# D'Art of Physics
Physicist wins €5,000 to bring science into morning commute
Dr Shane Bergin has won a Science Gallery and NDRC contest for his ‘D’art of Physics’ project which involves smartphones.
Dublin to host TEDx talks aimed solely at young people
Cystic Fibrosis campaigner and journalist Orla Tinsley and exonerated former Death Row inmate Peter Pringle are among the speakers at the TEDxYouth event which is being held to coincide with Universal Children’s Day.
# Circuit training
Pictures: Map of Dublin made from circuit boards
How many Dublin landmarks can you identify?
# God Particle
So what’s happening with the Higgs boson this morning?
There’s a big scientific announcement coming this morning… and you’re invited to the Science Gallery to watch it.
# Daily Fix
The Daily Fix: Friday
All the day’s main news, plus a few bits and pieces you may have missed along the way…
# Drones
Drone group held under terrorist act at London airport after Dublin show
Meanwhile the Irish Aviation Authority has said that it is investigating the use of unmanned drones for filming in the city centre.
# Hack the city
VIDEO: Drone 'spies' on Mountjoy, and the Facebook and Google offices
Helicopter drones were launched around Dublin city to capture images of inaccessible places…
# hot spots
Photos: Ireland’s top 10 attractions revealed
Which places around the country drew the most visitors last year? And does this vintage photo give you a clue?
How happy are you? Scientists want to know
The Science Gallery’s new exhibition ‘Happy? Take a Second Look’ uncovers the true mood of the nation – and will putting the country to the happiness test.
# Copyright
Sherlock: Some criticism of copyright law is general anti-government sentiment
In a discussion on copyright today, Junior Minister Sean Sherlock said the Attorney General was never shown a copy of an alternative proposal for copyright law in Ireland.
# Google Gives Back
Google donates €1million to Ireland's Science Gallery
The gift is part of over $100 million donated by the internet company to organisations around the world in 2011.
# IWA11 named best website in Ireland
The Irish Times, 98fm and Silicon Republic were also winners at last night’s Irish Web Awards.
# Memory
Public invited to explore nature of memory at the Science Gallery
Is memory nature or nurture? Why do we struggle to recall some information while other events stay in our thoughts forever? Help researchers find the answers by popping down to the Science Gallery this March.
# Tourism
Irish museums and galleries boast 3 million visitors in 2010
Over 3.5 million people attended exhibits and events in Ireland’s cultural institutions – up by 7 per cent on 2009.