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Science Gallery Dublin
12/02/2016 at 14:35. Facebook
Can artificial intelligence really do your job better than you? What does an impossible instrument sound like? Should we be worried that the end of the world can be… entertaining? In 2017, Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin will be answering all of these questions and more – check out next year's programme of exhibitions in this video.
Science Gallery Dublin
12/01/2016 at 09:36. Facebook
Announcing our programme for 2017 this morning at Science Gallery Café.
Science Gallery Dublin
11/30/2016 at 09:53. Facebook
Grab your friends, your old knits and anything with an air of festiveness and join us for a night filled with the soft glow of LEDs, the smell of mulled wine and the heat of hot glue guns –– that's right, it's the return of Christmas Jumper Make Night!

Tickets are free to book with a suggested donation of €5 on the night — and 100% of the proceeds go to the Irish Society for Autism. Click...
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Christmas Jumper Make Night

If you're walking through town this weekend, look around you and take note of benches designed to prevent rough sleeping, and spikes affixed to surfaces to stop skateboarders: these are all examples of 'hostile architecture'.

Next Thursday, join Dublin City architect Ali Grehan, Dublin Cyclist Campaign and Cyclist.ie coordinator Damien O'Tuama, and designer at Unthink Colin Farmer to discuss...
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Curate your own part of the current DESIGN AND VIOLENCE exhibition from our archive section.
Select a piece, write a label, set the lighting and display your choice for the public to see...
Applications close tomorrow for our Senior Designer position...

Want to work with us? We're hiring a Senior Designer.

For the third talk in our Science Week series on impending global catastrophe, we've teamed up with Trinity College Dublin’s Graduate Students’ Union to host a debate on how humanity should deal with climate change. Expert guests and students will debate whether we should focus on mitigating climate change now, or hold out for future technologies to solve our problems.

New research and...
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Join us as we take part in Dublin Gallery Weekend next week from Friday November 25th - Sunday 27th. There are lots of great events taking place all over the city.

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If machines can do jobs better and are cheaper than humans, will whole industries just disappear? From autonomous surgery robots to self-driving taxis, the future of AI isn’t just bright –– it’s already here. Should we be nervous or delighted as AI becomes capable of more and more complex tasks? Is fear of AI as misplaced as previous fears about the printing press, the motorcar, and genetic...
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For Science Week 2016, we’re exploring potential global catastrophes –– and in our first free lunchtime talk of the week, our experts will address extra-planetary threats. What can we do to prevent a large asteroid or comet from hitting us and causing a mass extinction? What technologies and equipment do we have to determine asteroid trajectories, and how can we protect ourselves against gamma...
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On Friday 18th November join us for a night of shiny, designy, slightly disturbing splendour. The gallery will be open late and playing host to live music from Naoise Roo and Wastefellow. Come and explore the exhibition after dark, and take part in a variety of unique activities, engaging conversations (REPEAL project founder Anna Cosgrave will be chatting to Darragh Doyle), live experiments...
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Our third and final THE END IS NIGH talk looks at how humanity should deal with climate change –– should we focus on mitigating climate change now, or hold out for future technologies to solve our problems? Join us for a full and frank debate on Thursday, 17th November at 6pm to find out – tickets are free, but please register in advance at this link: [ Sciencegallery.com Link ]
MAKESHOP is hitting the road for Science Week! Join us in Killinarden Community Centre for four jam-packed days of FREE hands-on workshops, starting next Monday – details here: [ Sciencegallery.com Link ]
The second talk event in our THE END IS NIGH series looks at the potential risks and benefits of the future of AI – if machines can do jobs better and are cheaper than humans, will whole industries just disappear? Join us on Wednesday November 16th at 6pm to find out – tickets are free, register here here.[ Sciencegallery.com Link ]
We're excited to announce the gutsy rock sounds of Naoise Roo as the headliner of our exclusive late-night celebration, DESIGN AND VIOLENCE AFTER DARK, on 18.11.16 until late. You can check out her Soundcloud below – and visit dublin.sciencegallery.com/events to register for your free tickets!

Naoise Roo

From the award-winning director of Scientology: Going Clear, Taxi To The Dark Side and Enron: The Smartest Guys in The Room comes an eye-opening investigation into the realities of web warfare, the Stuxnet virus and cyber terrorism.

To celebrate Science Week, we've teamed up with Irish Film Institute (IFI) to host a screening of Alex Gibney's Zero Days next Tuesday - click here to book...
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How has violence influenced the 2016 US presidential race? As voters take to the polls, our panel of experts will explore the era of Trump and Clinton and the elements of this election that have been designed by violence. Carole Coleman, former Washington correspondant for RTE will be hosting the panel discussion featuring Laura Graham, Assistant Professor of Sociology at TCD, Peter Stone,...
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The DO HIT CHAIR by Marijn van der Poll - part of our free exhibition #DESIGNANDVIOLENCE until 22 January. Get more info here: dublin.sciencegallery.com/designandviolence/
The first event in our Science Week Ireland THE END IS NIGH series looks at asteroids, comets and black holes. How do we detect them and protect ourselves, what tech do we use to do that, and what would happen if there were a collision? Join us on Tuesday November 15th at 1pm to find out – tickets are free but must be booked.