A Festive Research Showcase at Science Gallery Dublin
Trinity College are hosting a free festive research on Wednesday December 4th!
Researchers from across Trinity's three faculties will come together to share their work as part of this showcase, taking place at the Science Gallery Dublin.
Inspired by topics associated with the festive season, you will get the chance to hear from and talk to the college's researchers about their work on everything from science to religion and ethics to Victorian Christmas cards!
Hosted by Dean of Research, Professor Linda Doyle, the showcase will feature:
- 'Laughing in the Anthropocene: Climate Ethics as Desolation, Humor and Ritual' - Jacob Erickson, School of Religion
- 'Bah Humbug!: Christmas and Victorian print culture' - Clare Clarke, School of English
- 'Our journeys through life: Helping navigate the routes' - Trevor Spratt, Trinity Research in Childhood Centre (TRiCC)
- 'How can we rescue Santa's immune cells in time for Christmas?' - Roisin Loftus, Trinity Biomedical Sciences Institute
- 'No Room at the Inn: The Effect of Social Exclusion on Health' - Cliona Ni Cheallaigh, School of Medicine
Join in for this FREE event at the Paccar Theatre in the Science Gallery and for some festive cheer at a reception afterwards to mark the end of the year. Register today via Eventbrite