In today's ARINS blog, Ann Nolan reflects on public health in Ireland, North and South, in a post-Brexit context.
Our Grangegorman Lives series continues with Eleonora Lilian Fleury (1867 – 1960), Manchester native and medical doctor.
27 new Members were elected for their exceptional contribution to the sciences, humanities and social sciences as well as to public service.
In episode five Dick chats to Professor Jane Suiter, Director of the Institute for Future Media, Democracy and Society at DCU about what drives the spread of disinformation and how it can undermine vaccination...
We are pleased to announce that the College of Arts, Celtic Studies and Social Sciences (CACSSS) at University College Cork (UCC), in collaboration with UCC Library, have joined the Digital Repository of Ireland (DRI).
DRI is pleased to share news of a new collection published in the Repository: ‘Dublin-based Community Films by Joe Lee’.
If you missed the third webinar of the Higher Education Building Forward Better sustainability series you can watch it now
The Royal Irish Academy is delighted to announce funding for eight projects under the new Archaeology Legacy Grants scheme and the annual Archaeology Research Grants scheme.
The Royal Irish Academy is delighted to announce that three natural history projects will be funded under this year's Praeger scheme.
The RIA has established an independent diversity review of its membership process to be chaired by Professor Lesley Yellowlees.
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