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On Monday 18th October, in partnership with the Royal Irish Academy, and the British Academy, the Irish Embassy in London will host a panel discussion on the legacy of the Anglo-Irish Treaty 1921.
The new workshop report “Tackling the effects of climate change on health in the Mediterranean and surrounding regions” includes assessments from the region and recommendations for policy-makers and the scientific...
Working in partnership with the Learned Society of Wales (LSW) and the Royal Society of Edinburgh, the RIA has responded to the UK independent review of research bureaucracy. The response was prepared by a working group...
Ireland’s chief scientific adviser needs to be an independent office and not linked to the post of Director General of Science Foundation Ireland says Mary Canning, President of the Royal Irish Academy.
A collaborative report by the Royal Irish Academy and the Irish Research Council entitled, Research for Public Policy: an outline Roadmap, launches today, the 15th of September.
Climate and Biodiversity Crisis: 16 Critical Fields for World Leaders to Act Upon to Safeguard Human CivilisationTuesday, 24 August 2021
The urgency of the climate and biodiversity crises requires closer coordination between UNFCCC and CBD
In accordance with the Wolf Prize principle of rotation, candidate(s) for the 2022 prize can be nominated only in the following five fields: Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, Agriculture, and Architecture.
A new IAP Statement highlights medical opportunities in addressing the causes of disease and warns against the misuse of regenerative medicine technologies – also when it comes to the proposed use of stem cells to...
The Academy's response to the consultation on the national research and innovation strategy, 2021-2027.
British Embassy Glencairn Conversations, in partnership with the Royal Irish Academy.