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Deloitte supports Science Circle at the Trinity College Dublin Science Gallery

23 January 2013 - Deloitte, the leading business advisory firm, is pleased to announce its support of the Science Circle in Trinity College Dublin. The firm has joined the Science Gallery and, in particular, has founded the Deloitte Gallery in this prestigious development.

Commenting on the Science Circle membership, Brendan Jennings, Managing Partner, Deloitte said:

“We are delighted to be supporting the Trinity Science Gallery and the work carried out by the team there. Deloitte is a significant employer of graduates and recognises the part that the Trinity College Science Gallery plays in supporting and encouraging innovation amongst students of all levels. Their commitment to the development of a unique and world class learning experience along with the promotion of both the education and science industries is to be commended. Support from the business community is necessary to ensure the Science Gallery maintains its current standard of excellence, and Deloitte is proud to support this.

“The Science Circle is a collection of global companies that support the efforts of the Science Gallery over a number of years. Through the launch of the Deloitte Gallery, Deloitte will support the Science Circle, thereby demonstrating our commitment to our relationship with the Science Gallery and the college itself,” added Jennings.

Welcoming Deloitte to the Science Circle, Michael John Gorman, Founding Director, Science Gallery, said: “The work of Science Gallery is fuelled by the generosity and participation of innovative corporate partners such as Deloitte who believe in our mission to inspire creativity and discovery where science and art collide. By joining our Science Circle of corporate supporters, Deloitte is demonstrating a deep commitment to inspiring the next generation of innovators"

Science Circle at the Science Gallery is a group of leading global companies that are innovators in science and technology with a keen interest in public engagement in science. Their support on a multi-annual basis, allows Science Gallery to invest in its rolling exhibition and events programme that attracts over 250,000 visitors each year.

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