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1st November 2012

6.00pm - 9.00pm
Price : Free - registration required

ADDRESS

The Science Gallery, Trinity College, Pearse Street, Dublin 2

CONTACT

+35318964091
info@sciencegallery.com

WEB

www.sciencegallery.ie

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THE REALITY OF SCIENCE FICTION: A PANEL DISCUSSION ON SCIENCE AND SCI-FI

Does sci-fi influence the direction of scientific research? How do sci-fi writers draw inspiration from real science? What happens when the two professions come together to work on a project?

In a free event at Science Gallery, an expert panel - including a scientist, a science fiction writer, and an expert on the relationship between the two - discuss the relationship between sci-fi and science. 

If you're interested in the interplay between science fiction and reality, join writer Michael Carroll (2000AD, Judge Dredd), DCU's Pat Brereton (Hollywood Utopia, Smart Cinema), and Head of Zoology at TCD, Nicola Marples to find out how important scientific accuracy is in science fiction, and how much of an impact science fiction can have on scientific research, public opinion, and even funding decisions.

Location:
Paccar Theatre

 

THE REALITY OF SCIENCE FICTION: A PANEL DISCUSSION ON SCIENCE AND SCI-FI

1st November 2012

6.00pm - 9.00pm
Price : Free - registration required

ADDRESS

The Science Gallery, Trinity College, Pearse Street, Dublin 2

CONTACT

+35318964091
info@sciencegallery.com

WEB

www.sciencegallery.ie

Share

Does sci-fi influence the direction of scientific research? How do sci-fi writers draw inspiration from real science? What happens when the two professions come together to work on a project?

In a free event at Science Gallery, an expert panel - including a scientist, a science fiction writer, and an expert on the relationship between the two - discuss the relationship between sci-fi and science. 

If you're interested in the interplay between science fiction and reality, join writer Michael Carroll (2000AD, Judge Dredd), DCU's Pat Brereton (Hollywood Utopia, Smart Cinema), and Head of Zoology at TCD, Nicola Marples to find out how important scientific accuracy is in science fiction, and how much of an impact science fiction can have on scientific research, public opinion, and even funding decisions.

Location:
Paccar Theatre

 

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