Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin is an award-winning cutting-edge public engagement platform that uses a transdisciplinary approach that unites STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Arts and Mathematics) with a mission to ignite creativity and discovery where art and science collide. Creative collisions happen through three free unique exhibitions per year, with complementary events, workshops, education programmes and performances. Since opening, over three million people have engaged with over 42 exhibitions, thousands of events and workshops co-created with more than 2,000 collaborators from diverse disciplines such as arts, science, design, humanities, health, engineering and social science. Science Gallery Dublin produces educational programmes that are focused on the future — giving young adults and educators the experience and skills needed to meet and master the challenges of the 21st century. Through a programme that combines science, art and design, linked with their exhibition themes, Science Gallery Dublin aims to inspire the next generation of learners to pursue new or previously unseen paths in a future that is constantly shifting. Since 2008, over 30,000 students have taken part in these educational activities such as the Art+Science Lab, and youth programmes like the Transition Year mentoring programme, workshops, events and the mediator programme. Science Gallery Dublin has a substantial track record in delivering unique educational initiatives and is internationally recognised as a pioneer in the STEAM educational sphere. MAKESHOP is Science Gallery Dublin's dedicated space for exploring and experimenting with design, science, art and technology through hands-on activities. MAKESHOP teaches basic electronics, workshops combining crafts and technology, evening courses in electronics prototyping and app development, and provides an open access workshop space for all.