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The Royal Irish Academy is delighted to announce the awarding of seven bursaries under the 2019 Eoin O'Mahony Bursary in Irish History scheme.
The winners of the 2019 US-Ireland Research Innovation Awards were announced on Friday 17 May at the American Chamber of Commerce annual dinner.
In 2019 the Academy will award two Gold Medals: one in the Social Sciences and one in the Engineering Sciences.
Apply now to the annual Archaeology Research Grants Scheme and the Radiocarbon C14 scheme, closing 5pm 22 March 2019.
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.
Listen to Gerard Farrell speak about ‘An ethnohistory of Gaelic Ulster, 1500-1700’ and David Heffernan on ‘The Goldsmiths Company of London and the Londonderry Plantation under James I, c. 1609–25'.
Watch the 2018 Academy Gold Medals winners, Kathleen James-Chakraborty, MRIA and Stephen J. Smartt, MRIA sharing their views on what it means to receive their awards
The Eoin O’Mahony Bursary in Irish History was established in memory of the genealogist and newspaper columnist Eoin O’Mahony, and is now open for applications.
The Royal Irish Academy - Royal Society International Exchange Cost Share Programme is designed to enable international collaboration within the natural sciences, by providing the marginal costs of research.
Dr. Xinxin Xiao, a PhD graduate of University Limerick, has been selected as this year’s winner of the Royal Irish Academy’s Kathleen Lonsdale Chemistry Prize, sponsored by Henkel.