We've learned a lot from our current exhibition about the components of a great game. With this in mind, the Science Gallery shop has chosen a range of games, gifts, and toys to provide hours of entertainment this Christmas and beyond.
The results of Ireland’s first ever National Happiness Experiment are in, just in time to predict the impact of yesterday’s budget on our sense of wellbeing - and researchers have found that our nation’s happiness depends on feeling like we have been treated fairly.
We're delighted to announced that Former Arts Council CEO Patricia Quinn has been appointed to the role of Business Development Manager at Science Gallery International.
As Science Gallery expands globally, Patricia will work to establish a global network of eight Science Galleries in partnership with leading international universities. Each member of the network will be modelled on the award-winning Science Gallery initiative pioneered at Trinity College Dublin which recently welcomed its one millionth visitor.
Last week at Science Gallery, a series of events explored gender inequality in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) careers. TWIST-On was part of the Framework Programme 7 and organised by TWIST (Towards Women in Science & Technology).
This week saw the official launch of a series of art & science incubation activities by KiiCS, a Europe-wide project that gathers scientists and artists to bring science closer to society through artistic creativity. As part of this, Science Gallery will be running Idea Lab, an 8-week cross-disciplinary course for adults to stimulate the development of entrepreneurial skills through collaborative group projects.
On Saturday's episode of Newstalk's weekly science show, Futureproof, Ian Brunswick talked about our plans to Hack The Picnic, updated us on new medical uses for Jeopardy-winning supercomputer Watson, and explained how a father's age can be linked to chances of
Every week, Science Gallery's Ian Brunswick joins Jonathan McCrea on Futureproof, Newstalk's weekly science show, for a round-up of the latest science news.