HSTM Network Ireland, in association with the RDS Library and Archives, looks forward to welcoming delegates to its Annual Conference this Friday, October 13th at the RDS, Ballsbridge, Dublin.
Full details of the event are available here
Delegate Fee – 60 Euro / RDS Member – 50 Euro / Student/Unwaged – 30 Euro
Register for the HSTM Network Ireland Conference.
Download the Conference Programme and Abstracts
The Conference Dinner will take place in the Thomas Prior Room of the RDS Members’ Club on Friday October 13th at 7.30pm. Price per person is 50 Euro
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HSTM member, Dr. Adrian Kirwan (RDS Library & Archives Bursary Recipient) will present a paper on “The RDS Radium Institute and the practical application of science: physics and medical research in early twentieth-century Ireland,” to launch the Annual Conference of the History of Science, Technology and Medicine Network Ireland, being held in association with the RDS Library and Archives.
The conference will be held in the RDS Library on 13 & 14 October 2017.
The complete programme and online booking forms are available here
The fourth Irish conference on the History of Mathematics (IHoM4) will be held in the Edward Worth Library, Dublin, on Friday 9th June 2017.
There is a programme of 12 presentations on a variety of topics appropriate to the theme of the conference. Further details (including programme/schedule and abstracts) can be found here
Those interested in attending the conference should register here as early as possible, but no later than Tuesday 6th June.
IHoM4 is organised under the auspices of DCU School of STEM Ed., Innovation and Global Studies CASTel and the Edward Worth Library
With just over two weeks to go until the History of Science, Technology and Medicine Network Ireland Annual Conference 2016 don’t forget to secure your place by registering in advance through this link on eventbrite.
Don’t forget to check out our updated conference programme.
We are excited to see you there!
Registration is now open for the HSTM Network Ireland annual conference to be held at Dublin City University in Dublin, Ireland on 11 and 12 November.
The programme is diverse and international and includes two key note addresses. Peter Bowler (Queen’s University, Belfast) will speak on ‘Prophets of progress? Predicting the future of science and technology from H. G. Wells to Isaac Asimov’. Maja Horst (University of Cophenhagen) will speak on science and social responsibility.
Registration is through Eventbrite
Further details about the conference programme and the network can be found here