Recent publications:Celtica – https://shop.dias.ie/product/celtica-journal-of-the-school-of-celtic-studies-vol-31/Ériu – https://www.jstor.org/stable/10.3318/eriu.2019.69.5?seq=1PhD – https://cora.ucc.ie/handle/10468/6364Podcast on MSS digitization – https://podcasts.ox.ac.uk/people/andrea-palandri On the Book of Lismore
Story of a 66-year-old researcher, an immigrant, who rarely got grants, never got her own lab, never earned more than $60K. For four decades, she kept working on mRNA—a path considered foolish. Her work is the basis for the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines. https://t.co/wOvCEM8jja
@aliiicv@fermatslibrary We just celebrated Synge Week here in DIAS. He spent his last 47 years back in Ireland working with the institute.
You can see the influence of having a famous uncle as a writer and playwright here✍️
STP, DIAS Paper - Can gravity be thought of as two gauge fields? Check out ``Gauge × Gauge = Gravity on Homogeneous Spaces using Tensor Convolutions'' - By I. Jubb (DIAS) L. Borsten, V. Makwana, & S. Nagy (Heriot-Watt, Edinburgh & Queen Mary's, London). https://t.co/j1L8hk7EuH
This week is International #DarkSkyWeek#IDSW2021
Ireland is home to two internationally recognised dark sky places; Kerry International Dark Sky Reserve & Mayo International Dark Sky Park.
Learn more: idsw.darksky.org
Interested in checking out the skies? (1/2)
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