Events

Research Seminar Series - “Towards an integrated theory of pro-poor innovation adoption in the bottom of the pyramid” by Dr Rajibul Hasan

School of Business Research Seminar Series - “Towards an integrated theory of pro-poor innovation adoption in the bottom of the pyramid” by Dr Rajibul Hasan

When: Tuesday, 19 October 2021

Where: Online

School of Business Research Speaker Series: “Towards an integrated theory of pro-poor innovation adoption in the bottom of the pyramid”, a research talk by Dr. Rajibul Hasan (Maynooth University)

This research talk is part of the School of Business Research Speaker Series Title: Towards an integrated theory of pro-poor innovation adoption in the bottom of the pyramid

When: Tuesday, 19 October 2021

Where: Online

Circuits of Care: Ageing and Japan’s Robot Revolution 2021 documentary (Online Screening) followed by Q&A/discussion with Professor David Prendergast (Director), Dr Naonori Kodate (UCD Japan Centre) and Daniel Balteanu (Cinematographer)

By 2036, one in three people in Japan will be over the age of 65. While the nation wrestles with a shrinking labour force, the Robot Revolution Initiative was launched to expand robotics into every corner of Japanese economy and society. Circuits of Care follows anthropologist David Prendergast as he meets researchers developing and testing assistive technologies for older adults. From cybernetic walking supports to companion robots and automated sensor networks in nursing homes, older adults and care professionals share their experiences of the practical benefits these technologies bring, the problems they create and the unexpected relationships that can blossom.

When: Tuesday, 19 October 2021

Where: Online

Introduction to Human Resources Strategy for Researchers (MS Teams session)

Introduction to Human Resources Strategy for Researchers (MS Teams session)

When: Tuesday, 19 October 2021

Where: Online

Research Professional Training Session: Online live demonstration (MS Teams)

This training session is open to all MU students/staff and gives an overview of how to use Research Professional to find the right funding opportunities for you and stay up-to-date with research funding news.

When: Tuesday, 19 October 2021

Where: Online

Library Talk - Publishing Open Access: The Options; Ciarán Quinn, Research Support Librarian, MU Library

Open access (OA) refers to the practice of providing online access to information (generally peer reviewed research articles or data) that is free of charge to the end-user and reusable

When: Tuesday, 19 October 2021

Where: Online

Anthropology Seminar Series, Dr Els Maeijer, Tilburg School of Social and Behavioral Sciences

‘The blablablabla of collaborative innovation. How crossing boundaries is easier said than done’

When: Tuesday, 19 October 2021

Where: RH1.20 Anthropology Seminar Room & Online via Teams

Same-Sex Mothering: A Roundtable Symposium

Same-Sex Mothering: A Roundtable Symposium

When: Tuesday, 19 October 2021

Where: Online

Same Sex Mothering in Ireland

Round Table Symposium on Same Sex Mothering in Ireland as part of Maynooth Research Week 2021

When: Tuesday, 19 October 2021

Where: On Line

MU Hamilton Institute Affiliate's Research Event 2021 - Day 2 of 2

The 2nd Hamilton Institute Affiliate's Research event

When: Wednesday, 20 October 2021

Where: Online

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