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Academy Discourse: '(Still) Disagreeing About Climate Change: What Way Forward?'
This public discourse will explore how a variety of insights about climate and its cultural and political manifestations can offer a sufficient number of entry points for human actors to work creatively with the idea of...
Academy Discourse: Tabletop X-Ray Lasers: From Star Wars to Nanotechnology
By Professor Margaret Murnane, Fellow of JILA and Professor of Physics at the University of Colorado.
Academy Discourse with Roy Foster: 'Knowing their dream? Yeats’ response to Easter 1916'
Roy Foster will deliver a lecture on W. B. Yeats and Easter 1916 as a joint commemoration marking the ending of 2015 - the year of Yeats’s 150th anniversary, and the commencement of 2016 - the year of 1916...
A unified biology during the 21st century and its impact on our lives and our environment
Academy Discourse by Professor Nils Christian Stenseth from the Centre for Ecological and Evolutionary Synthesis at the University of Oslo.
'The circulation of verse in Jonathan Swift's Dublin'
Academy Discourse by James Woolley, Smith Professor of English Emeritus at Lafayette College.
‘Causes and consequences of obesity; lessons from human genetics’
This Academy Discourse by Professor Sir Stephen O'Rahilly, Hon. MRIA is the second in the Series sponsored by Mason Hayes & Curran.
'Finding medication: River Blindness, ivermectin and beyond.'
This Academy Discourse by Professor William C. Campbell, Hon. MRIA is the third in the series sponsored by Mason Hayes & Curran.
Redmond and Carson: bloodshed, borders and beyond
This Academy Discourse by Professor Alvin Jackson, Hon. MRIA marking the anniversary of the death of John Redmond is the fourth in the series sponsored by Mason Hayes & Curran.
‘Antibiotics and the cell’s protein factory’
Nobel Laureate, Sir Venkatraman 'Venki' Ramakrishnan presents an Academy Discourse - the sixth in the series sponsored by Mason, Hayes & Curran.
Recent insights into how the Earth works: embracing uncertainty
This Academy Discourse by Professor Chris Bean, School of Cosmic Physics, Dublin Institute of Advanced Studies is the seventh in the series sponsored by Mason Hayes & Curran.