Latest Library Blog post. This month we are very pleased to welcome guest writer, David Fegan, MRIA, who takes us through the history of the microchip.
Dr Philip Cohen, Chair of the Grangegorman Histories Expert Working Group spoke with Luke Stedmon on the 'Good Morning Dublin’ Show.
Our author Niamh Moore-Cherry reflects on some of the lessons learnt from Ireland's response to the 2008 economic crisis and how they can help face the current crisis.
Our next DIB explorer is William Lamport, who worked as a spy in Italy and Catalonia and plotted to seize control of Mexico City with a militia of indigenous mine workers.
The InterAcademy Partnership (IAP) are inviting member academies to nominate experts to serve on the Working Group tasked with developing a statement on Regenerative Medicine.
In just a few weeks, the Covid-19 pandemic has led us to mobilise crisis response and best determine how we can live with the pandemic in the short term. The next stage, and one that we eagerly await, is how we can...
Our series of explorers continues with Thomas Heazle Parke, the first Irishman known to have crossed the continent of Africa. He once saved a man’s life by sucking arrow poison into his own mouth.
Our author Mike Young reflects on the impacts of this unprecedented survey of Northern Ireland and the six northern counties of the Republic of Ireland.
The Centre for Effective Studies(CES)has published a large collection of evaluation and research reports from The Atlantic Philanthropies’ Children and Youth programme in the Digital Repository of Ireland.
The prestigious Digital Preservation Awards ceremony is the most prominent celebration of achievement for those people and organisations who have made significant and innovative contributions to maintaining our digital...
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