|Geological Survey Ireland at the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition 2023
|RDS, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4
|The BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition is one of Ireland's leading science education event, welcoming thousands of pupils to the RDS each year to spark their interest in all things scientific.
|IQUA annual symposium 2022
|This year’s Autumn Symposium will be held on Friday, 2 December at Maynooth University. The event is being organised by Helen Shaw and Nick Scroxton from the Irish Climate Analysis and Research Units (ICARUS) and Department of Geography at Maynooth.
|SeaChange Conference 2022
|Royal Marine Hotel - Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin
|Special event showcasing our maritime historic environment and the technology and methods being used to help us understand and protect it.
|Geological Survey Ireland - Science Week 2022
|Various locations across Ireland
|Geological Survey Ireland is looking forward to a great week of science. We'll be working with our science partners during Science Week from the 12 to the 20 November. Science Week is an SFI initiative.
|IGA Lecture – 9 November – Ireland Before the Dinosaurs: A Plant Story – Carla Harper (TCD)
|Carla Harper (TCD) will talk on Ireland Before the Dinosaurs: A Plant Story.
|2022 Michaelmas Term Seminars - Department of Geology - Daniel Rothman
|Seminars will be held on Fridays in Room M4 (Museum Building, Trinity College Dublin).
|TCD STEM Visiting Professor Lecture - Daniel Rothman, Professor of Geophysics - MIT, will talk on Slow Closure of Earth's Carbon Cycle.
|2022 Michaelmas Term Seminars - Department of Geology - Dr Emma Tomlinson (TCD)
|Seminars will be held on Fridays 1-2 pm in Room M4 (Museum Building, Trinity College Dublin)
|Dr Emma Tomlinson will talk on How did the first continents form? A lithospheric perspective (or things we don't know).
|IGA Lecture – 12 October, 7pm – Charlie Woodrow (University of Lincoln, UK)
|Charlie Woodrow, University of Lincoln, UK will talk on Lost Songs: Reconstructing Insect Stridulation Sounds from the Middle Jurassic.
|UCD School of Earth Sciences Seminar Series - Stephen Gallaghaer (University of Melbourne)
|Wednesdays, 1pm, G01 Science Centre West.
|Stephen Gallagher (University of Melbourne) will talk on The Australian Palaeomonsoon.
|John Joly Memorial Lecture – Clive Oppenheimer - Professor of Volcanology, University of Cambridge
|Seminars will be held in Room M4 (Museum Building, Trinity College Dublin)