In the final article of our three-part series on public health and infectious disease, we look at the development of ‘public health’ in Ireland, considering key figures in the area of tuberculosis eradication: Kathleen...
Find out in today's episode of Spreading the Words on fás aon oíche.
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We must build resilience to a range of challenges, including that of climate change. Individuals play a critical role in our combined path to a resilient economy and society. Find out more in this blog by Dr Olga M...
Arnold Horner delivered a lecture on John Andrews, MRIA and founding member of the Irish Historic Towns Atlas, on 17 November 2020 to mark the first anniversary of his death.
The issue, edited by Mary Kelly-Quinn, features a selection of papers originally presented at Ireland’s first National Biodiversity Conference, ‘New Horizons for Nature’, which was held in February 2019 and hosted by...
Library Blog post. The Royal Irish Academy Library recently collaborated with The Watercolour World, an online resource of watercolour paintings from before 1900.
In the second of our three-part series on public health and infectious disease, we consider life-saving developments in sanitation in Dublin through the biographies of Parke Neville (1812–86), civil engineer,...
In today's episode of Spreading the Words we explore some of the stories associated with the word Coll.
Shortlist announced for 2020 US-Ireland Research Innovation Awards.
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