Worldwide Science Gallery project seeks €1.5m from Irish investors

The Science Gallery concept delivers a new model for engaging 15 to 25-year-olds with science

2nd July, 2017
Worldwide Science Gallery project seeks €1.5m from Irish investors
Andrea Bandelli, executive director of Science Gallery International

Science Gallery International (SGI), the network of universities which aims to bring art and science together in an engaging way, is seeking to raise €1.5 million from Irish investors to open a location on every continent.

Pioneered by Trinity College Dublin, the Science Gallery concept delivers a new model for engaging 15 to 25-year-olds with science.

The Science Gallery in Dublin has had some 2.8 million visitors since it opened in 2008.

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