Apply now to the annual Archaeology Research Grants Scheme and the Radiocarbon C14 scheme, closing 5pm 22 March 2019.
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The Royal Irish Academy is seeking expressions of interest from persons interested in being part of the second term of Future Earth Ireland.
To celebrate St Patrick's day, we publish the DIB entry on Ireland's patron saint, by Cormac Bourke.
The the shortlisted organisations for the 2019 US-Ireland Research Innovation Awards were announced at the American Chamber of Commerce Transatlantic Conference on Thursday, 7 March.
Rural Conversation No. 2: ‘Enhancing social cohesion among communities in rural Ireland’, the second in the series was held on 28 February 2018 in Dundalk Institute of Technology (DkIT)
Dr Margaret Ward will give the second lecture in our series 'Sisters' celebrating the lives and achievements of five families of sisters who have made their mark on Irish life.
This Academy Discourse by Professor Michele Nicoletti, Professor of Political Philosophy at the University of Trento, Italy and Former President of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe.is part of a...
To: Thursday, 04 April 2019
Waterford IT hosts the final event in a series of three Rural Conversations discussing the policy measures required to support vibrant, resilient and sustainable communities in rural Ireland.
This Academy Discourse by Professor Wayne Powell (SRUC), is part of a discourse series sponsored by Mason Hayes & Curran.
A panel discussion on the 70th anniversary of Ireland becoming a republic.
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