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Geoscience 2024https://www.gsi.ie/en-ie/events-and-news/events/Pages/Geoscience-2024.aspxGeoscience 2024Printworks Conference Centre at Dublin Castle2024-11-12T09:00:00.0000000Z2024-11-12T17:00:00.0000000ZOur annual Geoscience conference took place on Tuesday, 12 November 2024 at the Printworks Conference Centre at Dublin Castle.
Geopark Academy 2024https://www.gsi.ie/en-ie/events-and-news/events/Pages/Geopark-Academy-2024.aspxGeopark Academy 2024Burren College of Arts Lecture Hall and in field locations2024-05-25T08:30:00.0000000Z2024-05-26T16:00:00.0000000ZA conference on research in the Burren. Experts will present on Earth Sciences, Art, Tourism, Music and Archaeology.
National Geothermal Energy Summit 2024https://www.gsi.ie/en-ie/events-and-news/events/Pages/National-Geothermal-Energy-Summit-2024.aspxNational Geothermal Energy Summit 2024Printworks, Dublin Castle2024-05-13T08:30:00.0000000Z2024-05-13T15:00:00.0000000Z​This event will bring together geoscientists, social scientists, policy makers, industry partners and more to discuss the potential for geothermal energy use in Ireland. It will aim to identify and address the barriers to greater uptake of geotherma
2024 Northern Ireland Geothermal Webinar Serieshttps://www.gsi.ie/en-ie/events-and-news/events/Pages/2024-Northern-Ireland-Geothermal-Webinar-Series.aspx2024 Northern Ireland Geothermal Webinar SeriesOnline2024-04-18T15:00:00.0000000Z2024-04-18T16:00:00.0000000Z​The fourth webinar in the 2024 Northern Ireland Geothermal Webinar Series is taking place 18 April.
Terra Soil Final Conferencehttps://www.gsi.ie/en-ie/events-and-news/events/Pages/Terra-Soil-Final-Conference.aspxTerra Soil Final ConferenceAshtown Research Centre2024-04-12T08:30:00.0000000Z2024-04-12T12:00:00.0000000ZThe Terra Soil Conference is an event that marks the conclusion of the collaborative research project between Geological Survey Ireland and Teagasc.
Volcanic and Magmatic Studies Group 60th Anniversary Seminar Serieshttps://www.gsi.ie/en-ie/events-and-news/events/Pages/Volcanic-and-Magmatic-Studies-Group-60th-Anniversary-Seminar-Series.aspxVolcanic and Magmatic Studies Group 60th Anniversary Seminar SeriesMuseum Building, Trinity College Dublin2024-04-03T17:00:00.0000000Z2024-04-03T18:30:00.0000000ZModern advancements in volcano monitoring: petrological insights and volcano seismology.
67th IGRM, 2024https://www.gsi.ie/en-ie/events-and-news/events/Pages/IGRM-2024.aspx67th IGRM, 2024Arts Millenium Building, University of Galway2024-03-01T18:00:00.0000000Z2024-03-03T16:00:00.0000000ZThe 67th Irish Geoscience Research Meeting will be held in Galway from March 1st to 3rd.
INFOMAR Support Remote Hydrography 2024 Conferencehttps://www.gsi.ie/en-ie/events-and-news/events/Pages/Remote-Hydrography-2024-.aspxINFOMAR Support Remote Hydrography 2024 ConferencePrintworks, Dublin Castle2024-02-27T00:00:00.0000000Z2024-02-28T00:00:00.0000000ZThe Remote Hydrography 2024 Conference was held at Dublin Castle, supported by the INFOMAR programme and showcased cutting-edge advancements and discussions in the field of unmanned survey vessels (USVs) and remote operations.
GSNI Geothermal webinar “GeoMap™ Beta - A Deep Dive into the Research Behind the Subsurface Data”.https://www.gsi.ie/en-ie/events-and-news/events/Pages/GSNI-Geothermal-webinar-GeoMap-Beta---A-Deep-Dive-into-the-Research-Behind-the-Subsurface-Data--.aspxGSNI Geothermal webinar “GeoMap™ Beta - A Deep Dive into the Research Behind the Subsurface Data”.Online2024-02-22T16:00:00.0000000Z2024-02-22T17:00:00.0000000Z​Thursday, 22 February GeoMap™ Beta - A Deep Dive into the Research Behind the Subsurface Data Part of the 2024 Northern Ireland Geothermal Webinar Series collection
IGA Lecture: Seeing Beyond the Visible with ‘Virtual Palaeontology'https://www.gsi.ie/en-ie/events-and-news/events/Pages/IGA-Lecture-February-21st-2024.aspxIGA Lecture: Seeing Beyond the Visible with ‘Virtual Palaeontology'Trinity College Dublin and Online2024-02-21T19:00:00.0000000Z2024-02-21T20:00:00.0000000ZPutting fossils in a 'nuclear oven' may not sound like a good idea, but high-energy radiation from a nuclear reactor can provide a unique, non-destructive approach to examine fossils, inside and out.