RIA author John Sweeney reflects on climate and society in modern Ireland in the latest issue of Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy.
If you missed the second webinar in a series addressing the question, ‘How can higher education “build forward better”?’ in the post Covid-19 context you can watch it now.
To mark the anniversary of the Easter Rising, we're making our out-of-print book freely available in its entirety.
History of Emotions Podcast Series. No. 6: 'From grief to wonder: exploring emotions in Irish History'Friday, 23 April 2021
This podcast 'Wonder: digital space' by Ciarán Wallace takes a surprisingly positive look at a cultural tragedy - the destruction of the Public Record Office of Ireland at the outbreak of the Irish Civil War.
Catch up on our online discourses, webinars, seminars and talks.
The role of Irish Bioethics: (re)building trust and reasonable discourse in medicine, science and technologyThursday, 22 April 2021
If you missed our RIA Life and Medical Sciences Symposium on the need for a sustainable framework in Ireland for deliberating on bioethical responses you can watch it now.
Ruth McManus and Jonathan Wright have been appointed to the Board of the Irish Historic Towns Atlas as honorary editors.
Emer Cooke, Head of the EMA explains its role in assessing and authorising COVID19 vaccines, and Dick asks why should we trust the EMA to ensure that all the vaccines we receive are safe and reliable?
The commissions are in the visual arts, music and literature and have been commissioned by the RIA with the support of the Department of Foreign Affairs.
This Commentary by EASAC and FEAM emphasises the responsibility of the health sector to reduce its own GHG emissions, and work with other sectors to accelerate decarbonization of the wider economy
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