Great Medical Promises Threatened by Booming Miracle Cures and Undue Pressure to Gain Fast-Track ApprovalsFriday, 5 June 2020
A new report by the European Academies of Science and Medicine on Regenerative Medicine calls upon European lawmakers to protect biomedical science from false claims.
In the sixth and final IHTA Town Type Essay, Jacinta Prunty, Irish Historic Towns Atlas editor and Maynooth University lecturer, discusses the changes in and to towns in the nineteenth century.
This instalment looks at how a piece of Strasbourg language planning, having successfully averted war in Europe for a while, went on to affect the subsequent history of the whole world.
A new project being led by the Korean Academy of Science and Technology will develop a statement on the protection of marine environments.
On 28 May 2020, the Research Data Alliance published the pre-final version of the RDA COVID-19 Recommendations and Guidelines covering four research areas – clinical data, omics practices, epidemiology and social...
The year 2018 revealed the vulnerabilities of Irish society to drought across multiple sectors, particularly water supply, agriculture and ecology. Now, in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, another drought is brewing.
Documents on Irish Foreign Policy Vol. VIII, 1945-1948, now freely available online, reveals how the Irish state dealt with the aftermath of the Second World War
The Royal Irish Academy and the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade have today announced the six shortlisted titles for the 2020 Michel Déon Prize for Non-Fiction.
This new EASAC commentary entitled 'How can science help to guide the European Union’s green recovery after COVID-19?' discusses how science can help to guide the European Union’s green recovery after COVID-19.
According to the report entitled 'A Snapshot of Climate Change Education Initiatives in Europe' more of a focus is needed on mitigation, adaptation, and climate justice.
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