The Institute of Biology of Ireland, as part of its Activity Series 2015, invites its members and general public to this lecture. In this this lecture, Dr Mary J. O’Connell, School of Biotechnology, DCU, will speak about what happens to living organisms when catastrophe strikes and will also see some important features that are key to survival.
Lecture Theatre, National Botanic Gardens, Glasnevin, Dublin 9
The day, Saturday June 6th, was our planned visit to the Great Saltee Island, just over 5km off the coast of Wexford; this was Activity No 6 of the IBIOLI Activity Series for 2015. The Great Saltee is the most famous bird sanctuary in Ireland and is very popular with both day-trippers and birdwatchers alike.
Members and friends of the Institute of Biology of Ireland, and members of the public congregated at the entrance to the Natural History Museum, Merrion St., Dublin 2, at 2 pm on Saturday, May 16th. The occasion was activity number 5 of the Activity Series 2015 of IBIOLI - a guided tour of the “Dead Zoo” under the leadership of Dr Nigel Monaghan, Keeper of the Museum.
The IBIOLI invites its members, families, friends and general public to join us on a family-friendly Dual Activity Day to Glasnevin Cemetery and Museum, and to the National Botanic Gardens. Choose from ONE or BOTH activities. Both tours are family-friendly events.
Glasnevin Cemetery & National Botanic Gardens, Dublin