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Royal Irish Academy Charlemont Grants Awards Ceremony
The Royal Irish Academy Charlemont Awards ceremony will be held in Academy House on Monday 15 February 2016 at 18:00.
An Open Workshop on Energy Storage in Electricity Grids
Open workshop on energy storage in electricity grids.
Science for Policy, Policy for Science: A Sense of Perspective
Professor Patrick Cunningham, former Chief Scientific Adviser to the Irish government, will review Ireland's recent progress in science and explore possible future paths.
Leaders in Higher Education Address
Mr Tom Boland, former chief executive of the HEA will deliver the 2016 Leaders in Higher Education Address.
Royal Irish Academy Breakfast Briefing: Indicators for a Circular Economy
Breakfast Briefing on latest EASAC Report: Indicators for a Circular Economy
Breakfast Briefing on EASAC Policy Report on Genome Editing
Breakfast Briefing on EASAC Report: Genome Editing – Scientific Opportunities, Public Interests and Policy Options in the European Union.
Breakfast Briefing on EASAC Report on Energy Storage in Electricity Grids
Royal Irish Academy Breakfast Briefing on Latest EASAC Report: Valuing Dedicated Storage in Electricity Grids.
Public Lecture: The Grid and the Energy Transition in the United States
Public Lecture by Professor Gretchen Bakke, Department of Anthropology, McGill University, Montreal.
Behaviour change for climate change
Future Earth Ireland is convening a panel of experts to discuss how we can operationalise behaviour change to address climate change.
Higher Education in the era of Brexit
Panel Discussion focusing on the impact of Brexit on higher education.