The MACMORRIS Project (Mapping Actors and Communities: A Model of Research in Renaissance Ireland in the 16th and 17th Centuries) is a four-year digital-humanities project funded by the Irish Research Council. It seeks to map the full range of cultural activity in Ireland, across languages and ethnic groups, from roughly 1541 to 1691. We are looking to recruit a well-qualified applicant interested in undertaking a research degree at PhD level.
Friday, 24 April 2020
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Thursday, 23 April 2020
Prof Jamison (MIT), Dr Monos (MIT), and Prof Stephens (Maynooth University) publish continuous flow synthesis of pain medication Tramadol
As part of a larger project to developing continuous reactors for “on-demand” small-molecule creation, Prof Stephens (Maynooth University) and the Jamison team at MIT have just published a new multioperation continuous-flow platform for the synthesis of Tramadol (Synlett, DOI: 10.1055/s-0039-1690884).
Wednesday, 22 April 2020
A new paper by MUSSI's Prof Rob Kitchin, Programmable City examines whether digital technologies will be effective in tackling the spread of the coronavirus, considers their potential negative costs vis-a-vis civil liberties, citizenship, and surveillance capitalism and details what needs to happen.
Tuesday, 21 April 2020
COVID-19 Mental Health Survey by Maynooth University and Trinity College finds high rates of anxiety
Maynooth University and Trinity College collaborate on major Irish Covid-19 study
Thursday, 16 April 2020
The Irish Buddhist by Alicia Turner, Brian Bocking, and Laurence Cox
Tuesday, 14 April 2020
The Irish Buddist is a New Book by Dr. Laurence Cox of the Department of Sociology,
Tuesday, 14 April 2020
Feel connected while working remotely
Thursday, 09 April 2020
White paper on hackers modus operandi during the COVID-19 crisis, from the ECHO project
Wednesday, 08 April 2020
Maynooth University assesses how primary schools, teachers, parents and pupils are adjusting to the reality of COVID-19 school closures
80% of respondents state that Irish is the most difficult subject to adapt to distance learning. Research identifies the advantages and disadvantages of online/distance learning for pupils and educators
Monday, 06 April 2020