Emer Cooke, Head of the EMA explains its role in assessing and authorising COVID19 vaccines, and Dick asks why should we trust the EMA to ensure that all the vaccines we receive are safe and reliable?
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The commissions are in the visual arts, music and literature and have been commissioned by the RIA with the support of the Department of Foreign Affairs.
History of Emotions Podcast Series No. 5: 'From grief to wonder: exploring emotions in Irish History'16 April 2021
This podcast examines the intersection between emotions, space and place in the context of Glasnevin Cemetery in Dublin: 'Grief and Glasnevin', Georgina Laragy.
Read the report on the recent debate on conscientious objection from legal, philosophical, theological and religious perspectives.
Catch up on our online discourses, webinars, seminars and talks.
Series of online webinars aimed at higher education staff, policymakers and the wider stakeholder community addressing the question, ‘How can higher education “build forward better”?’ in the post Covid-19 context.
The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has posed a fundamental new challenge to humanity and complicated an already unstable international situation.
As part of a webinar series on Open Research in Ireland, the National Open Research Forum (NORF) is presenting a webinar focused on Open Access to research publications.
Diane Negra, MRIA explores the primacy, ubiquity and ambivalence of celebrity in the pandemic at a time when we are deprived of various modes of communal sociality and connectedness.
To: Thursday, 27 May 2021
This year's annual seminar, Town and Country: Perspectives from the Irish Historic Towns Atlas will take place online over each Thursday lunchtime throughout May 2021 with the plenary taking place on the final...
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