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CulinaryArchaeology 23h
Early medieval Irish law tracts mention bread with 16 garlic - cloves or flakes, depending on translation. I made dough, divided it in 2, added 16 cloves to 1, 16 flakes to the other. Different crumb & flavour, so who knowns which is closer to what they ate?!
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Dr Maureen OConnor 43m
Another emotionally stirring film, this one by Aoife Desmond. The soundscapes in this work and Ailbhe's is shattering (in a good way). At the 'A Revolution in How We Live' workshop.
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Brian Slattery 9h
Slightly biased but I'm very excited about this event! There is a fantastic line up of speakers for this year's & places are limited.
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Dr Maureen OConnor 37m
I was nervous about these final exploratory workshops, but they were brilliant, thanks to the high quality minds and hearts involved! Day one of 'A Revolution in How We Live' workshop wrapped. We missed you, !
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IrishResearchCouncil Oct 17
The call for New Foundations awards is now open! Full information and the application link can be found on our website:
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Dr Maureen OConnor 46m
Powerfully affecting work presented by Ailbhe Ní Bhriain, staging a confrontation with both the 'radiant' and the 'monstrous, at the 'A Revolution in How We Live' workshop.
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Lilith Acadia 3h
Looking forward to next week's workshop, Digital Transformation in Humanities Research: UK-Irish collaboration in the digital humanities!
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Ciara Breathnach 55m
Delighted to also have confirmed keynotes and Prof Scott Podolsky Looking forward to seeing abstracts and to welcoming you to
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WetFutures 4h
Today we're in 's gallery for a workshop Creative Approaches to Education for Environmental Understanding & Responsibility. Here's talking about as archives
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Dr Maureen OConnor 7h
Paul Leahy, from engineering UCC, bringing home the morning science panel at the 'A Revolution in How We Live' workshop.
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Gerry Molloy Oct 17
Many thanks to for the New Horizons Award that funded this work. The other key output from this project can be found here: Delighted to lead such a strong team of collaborators on this work.
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NPPSH Ireland 4h
Session 3 is on, and brings with it Kieran Gaya's talk on Gio Ponti and his humanist, environmentally, and culturally aware approach to the design of the Ministerial Complex for Islamabad
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Desmond O'Neill 2h
Legislation targeting head shops selling new psychoactive substances and reductions in drug-related psychiatric admissions: a national database study presented at
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Ciara Breathnach Oct 13
Some limited spaces available for our first funded workshop "Death and Burial Data: Ireland 1864-1922 DBDIrl Data Workshop"
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IrishResearchCouncil Oct 11
We are hiring a new Programme Manager! For more information on the role see our website:
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UCD Charles Institute of Dermatology Oct 17
Prof Ciaran Morrison is our next guest speaker & will give a talk on how the small calcium-binding protein, centrin2, & the putative BRCA2 interactor, centrobin, are centrosomal proteins needed for efficient ciliogenesis and DNA repair. This Wednesday at 12PM
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SPHeRE 5h
Three weeks to go - Deadline for abstract submissions for is Fri 8th Nov @ 5pm. The conference will take place on Tues 25th Feb 2020 in Click on the flyer below and see here for more info
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WIT Research Office 9h
Funding opportunity. Open to all fields.Government of Ireland Postdoctoral Fellowship Programme . This programme aims to support suitably qualified applicants to pursue a postdoctoral fellowship
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Dr Maureen OConnor 9h
Paul Bolger, ERI, getting 'A Revolution in How We Live' workshop started.
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Suzi Richer 4h
is chairing a wonderful session on Peatlands in the Imagination as part of . Exploring peatlands from different angles (film, art) is like food for the soul.
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