Category Archives: Advocacy

TOG at EUCYS Dublin 2018

The EU Contest for Young Scientists comes to Dublin this September, for the second time in its near-three decade history.  The first EUCYS event was held in Brussels in 1989, with the aim of encouraging cooperation and the exchange of ideas and knowledge between young researchers, and to inspire and instil confidence in them to […]

Everything TOG in September: crafting, coding, lock picking, book club, Culture Night

September Back to school and back to TOG this September… Our members are over in the UK for EMF camp, follow @tog_dublin on twitter for updates on how the camp is going. Lock Picking: Runs on Mondays, the 3rd and 17th of September at 7pm. Come down and try your hand at cracking open tumbler, […]

TOG September Open Social

On Saturday 15th September we have our regular monthly Open Social from 19:00. Drop in to see us. If you’ve never been to our Social, you’ll find it a great alternative Saturday evening in town. Come in and look around. If you’ve never been in before, we’ll give you the grand tour of the space. […]

Culture Night @ TOG

TOG will be taking part in Culture Night 2018 on Friday 21st September. Our doors will be open from 17:00 to 23:30. https://culturenight.ie/event/tog-hackerspace/ “Tour the Hackerspace to learn about innovative projects and technologies. Enjoy a demo of their fabrication equipment including 3D printers, laser cutters, and CNC’s. Guests can also try their hand at an […]

Memory Lane -> 2009

Sometimes we get a bit nostalgic for the early days in Tog.  We had our first tiny place in Arran Quay, a small three room office unit. We started running our first workshops and open days for the public there. We have changed a lot in the last nine plus years. To showcase the early space and […]

OpenStreetMap Ireland OGM

On Saturday the 28th of April, OpenStreetMap Ireland will be holding an OGM for all who are interested in knowing about our ongoing process to set up a company, that will represent the collaborative mapping of Ireland through OpenStreetMap. The interim committee will keep the community up to date with our progress so far, in […]