Trinity College to close Science Gallery

University no longer considers the venue for science and technology based exhibitions and lectures to be financially viable

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent @emmetjryan
28th October, 2021
Trinity College to close Science Gallery
The Science Gallery was established in 2008. Picture: Sam Boal/

The Science Gallery, a venue for artistic exhibitions and lectures around science and technology at Trinity College Dublin, will cease operations permanently on February 28 2022, the Business Post has learned.

It is understood that the university considered the Science Gallery to no longer be financially viable, with its closure during the pandemic playing a role in the decision.

The gallery, which was established in 2008, opened its first public exhibit since the pandemic on...

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