Who's the guest no one invited for Hallowe'en? Find out in today's entry on black birds and banshees.
The Eoin O’Mahony Bursary in Irish history was set up by friends and family of the late Eoin O’Mahony.
I gcomhar le Fiontar & Scoil na Gaeilge, DCU agus Foclóir Stairiúil na Gaeilge, tá beathaisnéis Mhíchíl Uí Choileáin aistrithe mar chomóradh ar Sheachtain na Gaeilge 2020.
What’s a wicker boat got to do with hair-styles? Find out more about medieval Irish fashion in today's entry.
Why might you need a helmet on a rainy day in Munster? Find out in today's entry on the penetrating misery of an Irish downpour.
DRI is celebrating the launch of a new project providing preservation and access to materials generated during the approach to the 2018 referendum on the 8th Amendment.
If you missed our sell out conference on the 27 February 2020 commemorating the 150th anniversary of the Disestablishment of the Church of Ireland you can listen to it now.
Forgotten for many years, the Irish woman who shot Benito Mussolini is the subject of a new film premiering at the Dublin International Film Festival this month. Read the DIB's recent entry on her remarkable life.
Did you know that Saint Columba could 'number the stars' and predict the course of the moon? Find out more in today's entry on star-counting.
The current EU rules on genetically modified organisms (GMO) are not fit for purpose anymore, leading scientists warn in a newly released EASAC commentary.
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