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The CHERISH Project: Climate Change and Coastal Heritage exhibition in Rush Libraryhttps://www.gsi.ie/en-ie/events-and-news/news/Pages/The_CHERISH_Project_Climate_Change_and_Coastal_Heritage_exhibition_in_Rush_Library.aspxThe CHERISH Project: Climate Change and Coastal Heritage exhibition in Rush LibraryThe CHERISH Project is delighted to announce that The CHERISH Project: Climate Change and Coastal Heritage exhibition is on display in Rush Library and will continue until 1 November 2021.30/09/2021 23:00:00
Down to Earth - Exploring Ireland's Geology. New geology exhibition at National Museum of Ireland, Collins Barrackshttps://www.gsi.ie/en-ie/events-and-news/news/Pages/Down_to_Earth_Exploring_Ireland_Geology.aspxDown to Earth - Exploring Ireland's Geology. New geology exhibition at National Museum of Ireland, Collins BarracksDown to Earth - Exploring Ireland's Geology. New exhibition on Irish geology, the work of Geological Survey Ireland, and the importance of minerals in our daily lives opened on 27 September 2021 in The National Museum of Ireland - Decorative Arts & History (Collins Barracks).26/09/2021 23:00:00
The CHERISH Project: Climate Change and Coastal Heritage Exhibitionhttps://www.gsi.ie/en-ie/events-and-news/news/Pages/The_Project_Climate_Change_and_Coastal_Heritage_Exhibition.aspxThe CHERISH Project: Climate Change and Coastal Heritage ExhibitionThe CHERISH Project: Climate Change and Coastal Heritage Exhibition was launched on Wednesday 18 August 2021 and will remain at the DLR LexIcon until 26 September 2021. 17/08/2021 23:00:00
GSI research strategy reviewhttps://www.gsi.ie/en-ie/events-and-news/news/Pages/GSI-research-strategy-review.aspxGSI research strategy reviewReview of GSI research strategy01/07/2021 23:00:00
Mapping and monitoring the wreck of La Surveillante: A French naval frigate lost in 1797 in Bantry Bay.https://www.gsi.ie/en-ie/events-and-news/news/Pages/Mapping-and-monitoring-the-wreck-of-La-Surveillante-A-French-naval-frigate-lost-in-1797-in-Bantry-Bay.aspxMapping and monitoring the wreck of La Surveillante: A French naval frigate lost in 1797 in Bantry Bay.Mapping and monitoring the wreck of La Surveillante: A French naval frigate lost in 1797 in Bantry Bay. 24/02/2021 00:00:00
6 Temporary Graduate positions now open at Geological Survey Irelandhttps://www.gsi.ie/en-ie/events-and-news/news/Pages/6_Graduate_Geologist_positions_now_open_at_Geological_Survey_Ireland_2021.aspx6 Temporary Graduate positions now open at Geological Survey IrelandPositions are now open for 6 graduate geologists to work for 11 months at Geological Survey Ireland and gain valuable experience in the Earth Science sector in Ireland. The available positions are within the following programmes: Tellus, Marine and Coastal Unit, Groundwater and Geothermal Unit, Geological Mapping, Geoheritage, Minerals. 23/02/2021 00:00:00
GSI announces €1.45m in research fundinghttps://www.gsi.ie/en-ie/events-and-news/news/Pages/GSI-announces-€1-45m-in-research-funding.aspxGSI announces €1.45m in research fundingGSI commit a further €1.45m to geoscience research funding in 202015/12/2020 00:00:00
Geoscience 2020 - Geoscience for Policyhttps://www.gsi.ie/en-ie/events-and-news/news/Pages/Geoscience-2020-Geoscience-for-Policy.aspxGeoscience 2020 - Geoscience for PolicyGSI's annual conference, Geoscience2020 – Geoscience for Policy, was held online. The conference showcased key areas of GSI's work programme which are providing decision-making evidence for policy-makers and planners nationally. 20/11/2020 00:00:00
RFT for a vehicle-mounted spatial imaging systemhttps://www.gsi.ie/en-ie/events-and-news/news/Pages/RFT-vehicle-mounted-spatial-imaging-system.aspxRFT for a vehicle-mounted spatial imaging system​Geological Survey Ireland is seeking the provision of services for a vehicle-mounted spatial imaging system with high resolution laser scanning, optical cameras and precise positioning. 09/11/2020 00:00:00
Geological Survey Ireland INFOMAR Project a world firsthttps://www.gsi.ie/en-ie/events-and-news/news/Pages/Geological-Survey-Ireland-INFOMAR-Project-a-world-first.aspxGeological Survey Ireland INFOMAR Project a world firstGSI’s INFOMAR has made Ireland the first country in the world to map its entire seabed. This project is funded by the Dept. of the Environment, Climate and Communications and is managed and run jointly by Geological Survey Ireland and the Marine Institute. The Irish Times this week featured this significant achievement.05/11/2020 00:00:00