Charting an economic recovery from the coronavirus pandemic will involve difficult choices and trade-offs. Finding the right balance between measures to kick start the economy and policies which require time to...
The IAP are looking for a pool of experts to provide science-based responses to the myriads of doubts and queries that have arisen, and will continue to arise, in many countries.
Selected by Dr Juliana Adelman of DCU, and introduced by Kevin Kenny (Shackleton Autumn School) and Professor Jim McAdam (Shackleton Scholarship Committee), Ernest Shackleton had a gift for coping with crisis and...
The Research Data Alliance has published the 2nd release of the RDA COVID-19 Working Group Recommendations and Guidelines.
New collection of documents from the Irish revolutionary period (1918-1923) has been digitally preserved in the Digital Repository of Ireland.
Dr Charles Dillon of the Academy’s Foclóir Stairiúil na Gaeilge considers hermits, hermitage and the lonely life as manifested in Irish literature and language over the centuries.
Selected by the DIB's Turlough O'Riordan, doctor James Deeny was a leading public health figure in Ireland, and internationally, with the World Health Organisation. Widely respected for his scientifically...
Mary Robinson's Plenary at RIA international affairs conference, 'The global politics of climate emergency'Thursday, 30 April 2020
Mary Robinson MRIA provided the Plenary at this year's annual international affairs conference on 29 April 2020.
In this series Members talk about their research fields to raise awareness of their work and to facilitate collaboration within the wider academic community.
As part of IHTA Online, Anngret Simms, MRIA and founding editor of the Irish Historic Towns Atlas, discusses the native Gaelic town type – the Monastic Town.
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