If you missed session 8 of the Perspectives and Pathways in a Time of Crisis: RIA Online Conversation series held on 25 February 2021 you can watch it now.
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If you missed Session 1 of the Higher Education Building Forward Better sustainability webinar series. - Research and Innovation held on 23 February 20210 you can watch it now.
Today's episode of Spreading the Words focuses on Lus an chromchinn and other flowers with memorable Irish names.
The Royal Irish Academy would like to gather the views of Early Career Researchers on the proposal to establish a Young Academy in Ireland. The Young Academy would bring together Early Career Researchers (ECRs) from all...
The Library would like to know your thoughts on its collections, services, facilities and events.
The National Open Research Forum (NORF) is collaborating with FAIRsFAIR to present a webinar focused on FAIR data.
The second event in the DRI's three-part webinar series on using digital archives for academic research. Although the series is aimed primarily at early career researchers, the events are open to the public and...
The role of Irish Bioethics: (re)building trust and reasonable discourse in medicine, science and technologyWhen: Thursday, 15 April 2021
RIA Life and Medical Sciences Symposium on the need for a sustainable framework in Ireland for deliberating on bioethical responses.
The Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic has posed a fundamental new challenge to humanity and complicated an already unstable international situation.
A keynote lecture by Philippe Sands followed by a multidisciplinary panel discussion and questions from the online audience.
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