In this report ALLEA examines the potential of technical and policy measures to tackle science disinformation and calls for improved European exchange and coordination in this field.
Latest Library Blog post. This month we invite you to explore the Library’s collections, take a look and see what you can find!
Our series Grangegorman lives begins with Francis Johnston, architect of a number of well-known buildings including the original 'Richmond Lunatic Asylum'
Our series Grangegorman lives continues with Billy in the Bowl a notorious beggar and robber who lived on the Northside of Dublin.
Professor Cronin suggests that in the case of the Irish language, the need for outdoors thinking is crucial. More broadly, instead of the relentless digitisation of education, what is needed in all areas is to take our...
Matt Qvortrup reflects on the need for a thorough regulation of social media during a referendum campaign.
RIA author John Sweeney reflects on climate and society in modern Ireland in the latest issue of Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy.
If you missed the second webinar in a series addressing the question, ‘How can higher education “build forward better”?’ in the post Covid-19 context you can watch it now.
To mark the anniversary of the Easter Rising, we're making our out-of-print book freely available in its entirety.
History of Emotions Podcast Series. No. 6: 'From grief to wonder: exploring emotions in Irish History'Friday, 23 April 2021
This podcast 'Wonder: digital space' by Ciarán Wallace takes a surprisingly positive look at a cultural tragedy - the destruction of the Public Record Office of Ireland at the outbreak of the Irish Civil War.
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