he aim of the series is to facilitate dialogue and debate around influential and thought-provoking texts that span the genres of art, humanities, science, and technology – as well as to connect attendees with the author of the book
The first event of the season paired bibliophiles with Science Gallery facilitators as they discussed and decoded “Humanology” by Irish Immunologist, Luke O’Neill. Humanology takes readers on a journey across centuries and galaxies to bring them face to face with some of the most curious and crucial questions of science, culture and existence.
From the ‘one-size-fits-men’ approach to smartphone design to the medical trials that are putting women’s lives at risk … this book uses data like a laser. Pick up a copy of Invisible Women from the Science Gallery Shop by Designist and sign up to the Science Gallery Dublin eNewsletter to snap up a ticket to the next Book Club.