The Institute of Biology of Ireland, as part of the 2016 Activity Series, invites its members, families, friends and the general public to attend this free lecture. In this lecture given by Dr. Anne Parle-McDermott, Senior Lecturer in Genetics and Principal Investigator of the Nutritional Genomics Group at DCU, will narrate our journey and fascination with the human genome to date, describe some of the latest findings in functional and epigenetics and provide a glimpse of what the future might hold.
Lecture Theatre, National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin, Dublin 9
The second of two reports on the IBIOLI members visit to Birr Castle Demesne, Co. Offaly, on July 16th 2016. After our morning coffee in the Courtyard Cafe, we were welcomed by our very entertaining and informative guide, Damian Harte. At Birr, there is an extensive science centre with exhibitions covering the Parson’s family’s achievements in astronomy, engineering, philosophy, photography, and botany.
The first of two reports on the IBIOLI's excursion to Birr Castle Gardens and the Birr Telescope, on July 16th 2016. This was my first event organised by the committee of the Institute of Biology – what an enjoyable day! Invigorated by the wonderful offerings at the Birr Castle Cafe we set off on our tour of the beautiful gardens and en-route came upon the magnificent six foot diameter telescope nestling there.
As part of the IBIOLI Activity Series, 2016, the IBIOLI invites its members, families, friends, and general public to come and enjoy a family-friendly, and morning-guided tour** of Birr Castle award winning gardens and grounds, including the Great Telescope, and an afternoon visit to Lough Boora Discovery Park.
Birr Castle, Birr, Co. Offaly; and Lough Boora Discovery Park, Co. Offaly