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‘Science Gallery Nominated for European Museum of the Year Award’ News Item – Communications Office – Trinity College Dublin

via News Item – Communications Office – Trinity College Dublin.

A great story for Irish Science communication.

Trinity College Dublin’s Science Gallery has been nominated for the 2010 European Museum of the Year Award.  Opened in 2008, the Science Gallery has welcomed more than 500,000 visitors, showcased ten exhibitions and established itself as the premier venue for exploring the cutting edge of science and technology research.

Speaking about the announcement Science Gallery Director, Michael John Gorman, said: “Science Gallery is a world first – a museum where science and art collide.  Our aim from the start has been to transform curious minds through science.  Our exhibitions – ranging from light, infection to fashion – have surprised and connected with our audiences.  We are honoured to be nominated for this prestigious award and look forward to continuing to further developing this creative clash of science and art to a growing audience.”

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