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12 July 2021

NORF, FAIRsFAIR and EOSC Synergy Data Steward Instructor Training

Three-day workshop on the 12, 14 and 16 of July 2021 to support the development of data stewardship skills.

Digital Repository of Ireland
08 July 2021

How linguistics can help the historian, with Anthony Harvey and Dónal Byrne

Join RTÉ’s Dónal Byrne in conversation with RIA author Anthony Harvey to celebrate the launch of How linguistics can help the historian

05 July 2021

Learning from Covid-19: How Science Can Help Build Global Resilience

British Embassy Glencairn Conversations, in partnership with the Royal Irish Academy.

Policy and International Relations
19 June 2021

Grangegorman Histories and Stoneybatter festival present ‘Meetings with Ivor’: A special screening and interview with Ivor Browne

'Meetings with Ivor’ is a 2017 documentary by Alan Gilsenan on the life and work of psychiatrist, Ivor Browne, Medical Superintendent, St Brendan’s Hospital, Grangegorman for three decades from 1966.

17 June 2021

'The Nuremberg Trials at 75: histories, legacies, lessons'

A keynote lecture by Philippe Sands followed by a multidisciplinary panel discussion and questions from the online audience.

10 June 2021

RDA4EOSC Webinar - Addressing Organisational Interoperability

RDA4EOSC welcomes you to a webinar focused on supporting organisational engagement with European Open Science Cloud (EOSC).

Digital Repository of Ireland
03 June 2021

Better together: knowledge co-production for a sustainable society

Symposium exploring how the Irish research system can increase the impact of sustainability research through co-production of knowledge.

Science Committees, Climate Change and Environmental Sciences Committee
27 May 2021

IHTA Seminar Plenary – 'Medieval Towns: why we need to take account of the country' by Chris Dyer

'Town and Country: Perspectives from the Irish Historic Towns Atlas' is a seminar series taking place throughout May 2021.

Irish Historic Towns Atlas, Public Lecture, Seminar
27 May 2021

IHTA seminar series – 'From outlying villages to townships: Dublin suburbs in the nineteenth century'

'Town and Country: Perspectives from the Irish Historic Towns Atlas' is a lunchtime seminar series taking place throughout May 2021. 

Irish Historic Towns Atlas, Public Lecture, Seminar
26 May 2021

PEACE PLUS and Higher Education and Research

Online Webinar focusing on the PEACE PLUS programme and the opportunities it holds for the Higher Education and Research system.

Policy and International Relations


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