The awards are jointly presented by the Royal Irish Academy and the American Chamber of Commerce.
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In 2016 the Royal Irish Academy will award two Gold Medals: one in the Humanities and one in the Life Sciences.
The Academy visited the ‘City of the Tribes’ on Wednesday 18 May for the second instalment of the Engineering and Computer Science Lecture Series.
Alanna O'Kelly won the Glen Dimplex Award in 1994 for her technically innovative artworks.
The future for PhDs in Ireland: objectives, implications and recommendations for engineering and computer science in the context of 'Innovation 2020'
A special event will be hosted to remember Seán Heuston, after whom Kingsbridge Station was renamed in 1966.
International Affairs Conference 2016
Geosciences and Geographical Sciences Committee symposium.
This is the fourth in a series of six events themed around the constitution.
To: Friday, 05 August 2016
Exhibition examining the portrayal of Jews and Jewishness in Ireland from the medieval period to the present day
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