Academy in the News

 

27 February 2015 12:03 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

 

27 February 2015 11:57 news

Modern Ireland in 100 Artworks (1928) : The Sam Maguire Cup, by Hopkins & Hopkins

Inspired by the Ardagh Chalice, the Sam Maguire Cup is the holy grail of Gaelic football. Could its lineage stretch back to the real Holy Grail?

25 February 2015 12:35 news

Recognising Irish innovation and US investment

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

20 February 2015 10:59 news

John Bell's Theorem Crescent officially unveile

He was a titan of modern science, and now he's got his own Belfast street.

12 February 2015 4:02 news

Digital Repository of Ireland wins at Ireland E-Government Awards

The Digital Repository of Ireland (DRI) last week scooped three Ireland E-Government Awards, including Overall Winner, for its work on the Inspiring Ireland project.

12 February 2015 3:53 news

Modern Ireland in 100 Artworks, 1928 – the Sam Maguire Cup, by Hopkins & Hopkins

Inspired by the Ardagh Chalice, the Sam Maguire Cup is the holy grail of Gaelic football. Could its lineage stretch back to the real Holy Grail?

12 February 2015 3:46 news

Royal Irish Academy and the American Chamber of Commerce join forces

Call for nominations for research innovation awards. Royal Irish Academy and the American Chamber of Commerce join forces.

12 February 2015 3:30 news

Academy Gold Medal Ceremony

Minister Jan O’Sullivan presented the Royal Irish Academy Gold Medals to the Philosopher Professor Desmond Clarke and Theoretical Physicist Werner Nahm.

02 February 2015 9:00 news

US-Ireland Research Innovation Awards

The Royal Irish Academy and the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland have opened the call for nominations to the inaugural US-Ireland Research Innovation Awards.

30 January 2015 2:58 news

Modern Ireland in 100 Artworks: 1926 The Plough and the Stars by Seán O’Casey

Audiences expected a play about liberation; what they got was a scabrous, unromanticised depiction of the Rising’s failings.

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