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18 Márta 2015 1:02 i.n. news

Scientists ‘dismayed’ at Government’s research policy

More than 800 signatories express concerns about commercial focus in ‘Irish Times’ letter.

14 Márta 2015 10:16 r.n. news

Modern Ireland in 100 Artworks (1933): The Winding Stair, by WB Yeats

In Remorse for Intemperate Speech, one of the most often quoted poems from his 1933 volume The Winding Stair, William Butler Yeats accuses himself and his country of an inescapable inability to be civil.

13 Márta 2015 12:52 i.n. news

Stakeholders unaware of Government science strategy

Bodies including Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies and Isme received no notice of the governments new scientific research strategy for Ireland.

11 Márta 2015 12:25 i.n. news

Dublin 1847 launch featured in Dublin People

The launch of Dublin 1847 by Frank Cullen, was featured in the Dublin People.

09 Márta 2015 3:27 i.n. news

Art and Architecture of Ireland reviewed in the Sunday Independent

Beauty and bravura - all of Ireland united in its art.

07 Márta 2015 12:45 i.n. news

Charlotte Brooke: 'a glow of cultivated genius'

Celebrating Irish women writers: ‘in translating the work of the Gaelic poets into English.

07 Márta 2015 10:25 r.n. news

Modern Ireland in 100 Artworks: (1932): Eucharistic Congress skywriting over Dublin

Three words written in light across the sky assured Rome of Ireland’s unchanging religiosity.

04 Márta 2015 4:40 i.n. news

Dublin 1847 reviewed in the Herald by Dermot Bolger

City of empire and a dirty old town - two faces of Dublin

27 Feabhra 2015 12:03 i.n. news

Modern Ireland in 100 Artworks (1930): The Trial of Roger Casement by Sir John Lavery

High Treason, Court of Criminal Appeal: The Trial of Roger Casement, by Sir John Lavery

 

25 Feabhra 2015 12:35 i.n. news

Recognising Irish innovation and US investment

Innovation profile featured in the Irish Times Monday 23 February 2015.

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