19th July 2018: Moon Cycle to DIAS Dunsink Observatory as part of Festival of Curiosity
The ‘Moon Cycle’ took place last night (19.07.18) as part of the Festival of Curiosity. DIAS Dunsink Observatory was established in 1785, and has been part of DIAS since 1947. It now functions primarily as an outreach centre and attracts over 4,000 visitors a year. Further information is available at www.dias.ie.
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Today is the birthday of Nobel Prizewinner Erwin Schrödinger! The famous physicist was the first Director of the School of Theoretical Physics here at DIAS and is known for his series of public lectures, known as the ‘What is Life?’ Lectures. #HappyBirthdaySchrodinger
*Sharing facts about E. Schrödinger to mark his bday tomorrow!*
Did you know we donated a letter from F. Crick to Schrödinger which credits his influence in Crick & Watson discovery of DNA to @dublinmuseum earlier this yr. Go and check it out on display!#HappyBirthdaySchrodinger
To mark the 131st birthday of Erwin Schrödinger, we are sharing some interesting facts about the Nobel Prizewinner. Did you know he spent longer at @DIAS_Dublin researching than at any other institute he was based at. #HappyBirthdaySchrodinger
Public lecture @tcddublin this evening by Manjit Dosanjh, Senior Advisor for Medical Applications @CERN "Ions for Cancer Therapy" . This is organised in association with the XIII Quark Confinement and the Hadron Spectrum conference. Register here: eventbrite.com/e/ions-for-can…