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EURAXESS Ireland is pleased to officially launch The Career Development Toolkit for Researchers to help researchers plan their professional...
It is our pleasure to inform you about an information session to be offered by EURAXESS LAC on 14 October, 3pm (Irish time) about the Government of Ireland Postdoctoral Fellowship Programme 2021. The webinar is at the initiative of the former fellow Elaine Pereira Farrell, with the approval of the Irish Research Council (IRS). It is supported by Insulae, the Brazilian Network for the Study of Britain, Ireland and the Isles of the North...
After being closed for over 3 months due to COVID-19 restrictions, the Registration Office in Burgh Quay will reopen on 20th July in line with the Government roadmap. A new online Registration Renewal system for all non-nationals based in Dublin will go live on 20th July. This will mean anyone looking to renew their registration will no longer have to book an appointment and attend the registration office in person. Between now and 20th July,...
The COVID-19 pandemic has shone a light on the major role and value of the research community in our country. In April Government announced details of the first 26 projects that will receive €5 million funding under the COVID-19 Rapid Response Research and Innovation Programme. Many of the researchers working on these projects are working in our universities and IoTs thanks to the Hosting Agreement Scheme. The Fast Track Work Permit Scheme for R...
WATCH: Irish Times- Inside the Irish lab trying to combat Covid-19 Professor Luke O'Neill and a team of researchers from Trinity are collaborating with labs in the Netherlands and Belgium on developing an antiviral drug that they hope will combat COVID19. Read here.
The Government today announced details of the first 26 projects that will receive €5 million funding under the newly established national coordinated research and innovation response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Read full release from the Irish Research Council here.
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