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School of Celtic Studies – Culture Night 2013 Friday 20th September

  An evening of Celtic culture 5:30pm to 7:30pm

Culture Night 2013 – Friday 20th September 2013

  School of Celtic Studies                 and        Dunsink Observatory

25th August 2013 – Two earthquakes recorded in the Irish Sea

The Irish National Seismic Network (INSN) has said that two earthquakes that were recorded on Sunday 25th August in the Irish Sea in a region off the northwest coast of England were most likely the result of glacial… Read More

Nuclear Fission as a source of energy

Lecture by Dr Stefano Panebianco (CEA-Saclay) “Nuclear Fission as a source of energy” Friday July 26th at 15:00 Location: DIAS, 10 Burlington Road, Dublin 4 (Admission is free and no booking is required)

Upcoming Events – Astronomy & Astrophysics Section, School of Cosmic Physics

Upcoming Fringe Events to the Festival of Curiosity  In association with the Embassy of France in Ireland

4th July 2013 – 2013 O’Ceallaigh Medal

We are pleased to announce that the 2013 O’Ceallaigh Medal has been awarded to Professor Edward C. Stone (California Institute of Technology).

17 June 2013 – School of Theoretical Physics Statutory Public Lecture 2013

Prof. Stanislav Smirnov, Fields Medalist 2010, (Université de Genève & St. Petersburg State Univ.) recently gave the Statutory Public Lecture of the School of Theoretical Physics.  The lecture was held in Trinity College on Monday 17th June and… Read More

The ‘comet factory’ that could explain how planets formed – DIAS astronomer in team using the world’s biggest array

7 June 2013 – A ‘comet factory’, that could help explain how planets form, has been discovered by an international team of scientists that includes a member of DIAS.