Symbiosis of Heritage and Scholarship: An Interview

Our latest Special Collections & Archives blog post

Thursday, 15 October 2020

Green Flag for Parks & Green Spaces and All Ireland Pollinator Overall Winner 2020

Maynooth Campus has been transformed in the last few years, adjusting every aspect of how the grounds and infrastructure are maintained.

Thursday, 15 October 2020

Professor Claire Hamilton to present key findings from her research for the Irish Council of Civil Liberties on the impact of the new evidentiary exclusionary rule

On Thursday 15th October at 5 p.m. – 7 p.m, Professor Claire Hamilton will present key findings from her research for the Irish Council of Civil Liberties on the impact of the new evidentiary exclusionary rule, arising from the decision in DPP v. J.C. [2017] 1 IR 417. The report, entitled 'A Revolution in Principle: Assessing the Impact of the new Exclusionary Rule' addresses key issues such as the application of the new test, the impact on procedural rights and the impact on prosecutorial and police culture.

Thursday, 15 October 2020

The passing of an inspirational figure

Margaret MacCurtain R.I.P.

Wednesday, 14 October 2020

Maynooth University Research Week - 19-23 October 2020

We are pleased to annouce that next week is Research Week 2020, beginning Monday, 19th October and running through Friday, 23rd October. This year all events will be held on virtual platforms but will still feature an exciting programme that showcases our research from undergraduate level right through to our senior faculty.

Wednesday, 14 October 2020

PhD candidate and lecturer, Gerard Maguire has been awarded a visiting research fellowship at Cardiff University with the School of Law and Politics and the Centre for Law and Society

Due to restrictions with Covid-19 this visiting fellowship will be virtual. Gerard will be working with Professor Anna Grear and furthering his research into the relationship held between indigenous peoples, the environment and the law. He will be researching further into the issues of Solastalgia and Topophilia and how differing streams of international law, specifically the rights of minorities and indigenous peoples, international human rights law and international environmental law can be utilised to offer protections for vulnerable groups in the Anthropocene Epoch.

Wednesday, 14 October 2020

Access to Medicines Ireland calls on Ireland to join WHO initiative for global equitable access to Covid19 healthcare)

Access to Medicines Ireland (AMI) calls on the Irish government to take action to support the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) ‘Solidarity Call to Action’ and endorse the Covid-19 Technology Access Pool (C-TAP).

Monday, 12 October 2020

Ali Nazarpour

​Export Sales Forecasting Using Genetic Programming

This study offers a novel framework for modelling and forecasting sales under unstable economic conditions.

Thursday, 08 October 2020

Scholars at Risk welcomes European Court of Justice ruling in Commission v Hungary (‘lex CEU’)

Scholars at Risk welcomes the decision of the European Court of Justice (ECJ) which ruled that requirements imposed by Hungary to enable foreign higher education institutions to carry out activities in the country are incompatible with EU law

Thursday, 08 October 2020