The new exhibition In Case of Emergency at the Science Gallery deals with potential disaster and emergency situations and gives some survival ideas – check it out, it is free!
When the world disappears in the shape we know it and we won’t be able to breathe – there is still a chance for us to continue living – and this exhibition can tell you how.
Full of interactive installations and other form of information for those curious about science and are fancy some futuristic ideas – I am one of those – the Science Gallery is a also hub spot for meetings among Trinity College professors and students, an idea generator for science projects, and inspiration for those who do not deal with the topic on a daily basis.
The little shop with weird and funny items is downstairs and a modern café seating – just at the end of the ground floor. Soups are delicious there by the way!
If you have a look at the website of the Science Gallery you will find plenty of events happening every day. It could be a talk by someone famous in a certain field of science, or a movie or even a party! Do not forget to register if you want to attend, in most cases those events would be free as well.