Policy Series

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Sinopsis

Listen to audio recordings, in the area of policy, of discourses, lectures and other events of the Royal Irish Academy, Irelands academy for the sciences, humanities and social sciences.

Episodios

  • Policy: Competitiveness - Craig Barrett

    Policy: Competitiveness - Craig Barrett

    14/06/2013

    Competitiveness Craig Barrett Monday, 8 February 2010, Mansion House Listen to the audio from Craig Barrett's talk. www.ria.ie Disclaimer: The Royal Irish Academy has prepared the content of this website responsibly and carefully, but disclaims all warranties, express or implied, as to the accuracy of the information contained in any of the materials. The views expressed are the authors’ own and not those of the Royal Irish Academy.

  • Policy: The Role of the University in a Changing World - Drew Faust

    Policy: The Role of the University in a Changing World - Drew Faust

    12/06/2013

    The Role of the University in a Changing World Drew Faust 30 June 2010, Trinity College Dublin In a speech to the Royal Irish Academy at Trinity College Dublin on Wednesday 30 June, Harvard president Drew Faust surveyed "the role of the university in a changing world." While she celebrated the expansion of education globally, she warned of the rising pressures threatening to undercut that trend. She lauded the career-defining role of higher education and defended the ongoing importance of the humanities. The event was co-sponsored by the Irish Research Council for the Humanities and Social Sciences (IRCHSS). www.ria.ie Disclaimer: The Royal Irish Academy has prepared the content of this website responsibly and carefully, but disclaims all warranties, express or implied, as to the accuracy of the information contained in any of the materials. The views expressed are the authors’ own and not those of the Royal Irish Academy.

  • Policy: Learning From One Another- Us  Euro Policies Toward University-Industry Technology Transfer

    Policy: Learning From One Another- Us & Euro Policies Toward University-Industry Technology Transfer

    12/06/2013

    Learning From One Another - Us and European Policies Toward University-Industry Technology Transfer Professor David C. Mowery, Chair of New Enterprise Development, Haas School of Business, University of California at Berkeley Tuesday, 20 September 2011, Academy House On the 20 of September David C. Mowery delivered a public lecture jointly orgainised by the Royal Irish Academy and the ESRI entitled Learning from one another? US and European policies toward university-industry technology transfer. Professor Mowery discussed institutional models for technology transfer and challenges for implementing these in small open economies. Efforts by European governments to emulate US policies in relation to technology transfer [such as the Bayh-Dole policy] are likely to have only modest success unless greater attention is given to the underlying structural differences among the higher education systems of these nations. www.ria.ie Disclaimer: The Royal Irish Academy has prepared the content of this website respon

  • Policy: Making Open Access Work for Ireland - Session 3

    Policy: Making Open Access Work for Ireland - Session 3

    27/05/2013

    Global Perspectives of Open Access Speakers: Prof Nicholas Canny, European Research Council's Working Group on Open Access Geraldine Clement Stoneham, Knowledge and Information Manager, Medical Research Council UK, and RCUK Research Outputs Network Dr Julia M Wallace, Manager, PEER (Publishing and the Ecology of European Research) Project The Royal Irish Academy and the Irish Research Council held a forum on Open Access on May 2, 2013. Representatives from Irish researchers, public research funders, publishers and industry met in the Royal Irish Academy to discuss the implications of rolling out Open Access to all publicly funded research in Ireland, including making research freely accessible without charge on the internet. Speakers at the Forum considered how Open Access can support the best research to reach not only the best scientists but also a wider public audience. They considered whether and how Open Access can encourage greater use of research by small and medium enterprises, and explore how Iri

  • Policy: Making Open Access Work for Ireland - Session 1

    Policy: Making Open Access Work for Ireland - Session 1

    27/05/2013

    Public Research in Ireland and Understanding Ireland’s National Guidelines: an overview and Open access policies of funding bodies & their implementation: a panel discussion Speakers: Dr Patricia Clarke, Health Research Board Dr Manus Ward, Science Foundation Ireland Mr Joe Doyle, Enterprise Ireland Dr Eucharia Meehan, Irish Research Council The Royal Irish Academy and the Irish Research Council held a forum on Open Access on May 2, 2013. Representatives from Irish researchers, public research funders, publishers and industry met in the Royal Irish Academy to discuss the implications of rolling out Open Access to all publicly funded research in Ireland, including making research freely accessible without charge on the internet. Speakers at the Forum considered how Open Access can support the best research to reach not only the best scientists but also a wider public audience. They considered whether and how Open Access can encourage greater use of research by small and medium enterprises, and explore how

  • Policy: Making Open Access Work for Ireland - Session 2

    Policy: Making Open Access Work for Ireland - Session 2

    27/05/2013

    Open Access and the Sciences, Humanities and Social Sciences Speakers: Professor Keith Jeffery, School of History and Anthropology, Queens University Belfast Professor Ronan McNulty, School of Physics, University College Dublin Dr Kevin Lalor, School of Social Sciences and Law, Dublin Institute of Technology Professor Stefan Decker, Digital Enterprise Research Institute, National University of Ireland Galway The Royal Irish Academy and the Irish Research Council held a forum on Open Access on May 2, 2013. Representatives from Irish researchers, public research funders, publishers and industry met in the Royal Irish Academy to discuss the implications of rolling out Open Access to all publicly funded research in Ireland, including making research freely accessible without charge on the internet. Speakers at the Forum considered how Open Access can support the best research to reach not only the best scientists but also a wider public audience. They considered whether and how Open Access can encourage great

  • Policy: Making Open Access Work for Ireland - Session 3 Excerpt - Prof Nicholas Canny

    Policy: Making Open Access Work for Ireland - Session 3 Excerpt - Prof Nicholas Canny

    27/05/2013

    Global Perspectives of Open Access Speaker: Prof Nicholas Canny, European Research Council's Working Group on Open Access The Royal Irish Academy and the Irish Research Council held a forum on Open Access on May 2, 2013. Representatives from Irish researchers, public research funders, publishers and industry met in the Royal Irish Academy to discuss the implications of rolling out Open Access to all publicly funded research in Ireland, including making research freely accessible without charge on the internet. Speakers at the Forum considered how Open Access can support the best research to reach not only the best scientists but also a wider public audience. They considered whether and how Open Access can encourage greater use of research by small and medium enterprises, and explore how Irish Open Access policies measure up against the proposed UK ‘Gold Model’ of Open Access and the European Commission’s proposed ‘Green Model’. More details: https://www.ria.ie/About/Our-Work/Policy/RIA-Initiatives/Making

  • Policy: Making Open Access Work for Ireland - Session 4

    Policy: Making Open Access Work for Ireland - Session 4

    27/05/2013

    Open Access in Practice Speakers: Niamh Brennan, Programme Manager, Research Informatics, Trinity College Dublin Dr Sandra Collins, Digital Repository of Ireland Ruth Hegarty, Publications Manager, Royal Irish Academy Dr Darius Whelan, Faculty of Law, University College Cork Dr John Howard, UCD Librarian & RIAN The Royal Irish Academy and the Irish Research Council held a forum on Open Access on May 2, 2013. Representatives from Irish researchers, public research funders, publishers and industry met in the Royal Irish Academy to discuss the implications of rolling out Open Access to all publicly funded research in Ireland, including making research freely accessible without charge on the internet. Speakers at the Forum considered how Open Access can support the best research to reach not only the best scientists but also a wider public audience. They considered whether and how Open Access can encourage greater use of research by small and medium enterprises, and explore how Irish Open Access policies meas

  • Policy: Making Open Access Work for Ireland - Outro - Prof Orla Feely

    Policy: Making Open Access Work for Ireland - Outro - Prof Orla Feely

    27/05/2013

    Speaker: Professor Orla Feely, Chair, Irish Research Council The Royal Irish Academy and the Irish Research Council held a forum on Open Access on May 2, 2013. Representatives from Irish researchers, public research funders, publishers and industry met in the Royal Irish Academy to discuss the implications of rolling out Open Access to all publicly funded research in Ireland, including making research freely accessible without charge on the internet. Speakers at the Forum considered how Open Access can support the best research to reach not only the best scientists but also a wider public audience. They considered whether and how Open Access can encourage greater use of research by small and medium enterprises, and explore how Irish Open Access policies measure up against the proposed UK ‘Gold Model’ of Open Access and the European Commission’s proposed ‘Green Model’. More details: https://www.ria.ie/About/Our-Work/Policy/RIA-Initiatives/Making-Open-Access-Work-for-Ireland.aspx www.ria.ie Disclaimer: T

  • Policy: Making Open Access Work for Ireland - Intro - Prof Luke Drury and Prof Orla Feely

    Policy: Making Open Access Work for Ireland - Intro - Prof Luke Drury and Prof Orla Feely

    27/05/2013

    Speakers: RIA President, Professor Luke Drury Professor Orla Feely, Chair, Irish Research Council The Royal Irish Academy and the Irish Research Council held a forum on Open Access on May 2, 2013. Representatives from Irish researchers, public research funders, publishers and industry met in the Royal Irish Academy to discuss the implications of rolling out Open Access to all publicly funded research in Ireland, including making research freely accessible without charge on the internet. Speakers at the Forum considered how Open Access can support the best research to reach not only the best scientists but also a wider public audience. They considered whether and how Open Access can encourage greater use of research by small and medium enterprises, and explore how Irish Open Access policies measure up against the proposed UK ‘Gold Model’ of Open Access and the European Commission’s proposed ‘Green Model’. More details: https://www.ria.ie/About/Our-Work/Policy/RIA-Initiatives/Making-Open-Access-Work-for-Ire

  • Policy: Making Open Access Work for Ireland - Keynote Address - Dr Octave Quintana-Trias

    Policy: Making Open Access Work for Ireland - Keynote Address - Dr Octave Quintana-Trias

    27/05/2013

    Keynote Address: Open Access and the European Research Area Speaker: Dr Octavi Quintana-Trias, Director, European Research Area The Royal Irish Academy and the Irish Research Council held a forum on Open Access on May 2, 2013. Representatives from Irish researchers, public research funders, publishers and industry met in the Royal Irish Academy to discuss the implications of rolling out Open Access to all publicly funded research in Ireland, including making research freely accessible without charge on the internet. Speakers at the Forum considered how Open Access can support the best research to reach not only the best scientists but also a wider public audience. They considered whether and how Open Access can encourage greater use of research by small and medium enterprises, and explore how Irish Open Access policies measure up against the proposed UK ‘Gold Model’ of Open Access and the European Commission’s proposed ‘Green Model’. More details: https://www.ria.ie/About/Our-Work/Policy/RIA-Initiatives/M

  • Policy: Accountability, Excellence and Success in Universities - Onora ONeill

    Policy: Accountability, Excellence and Success in Universities - Onora O'Neill

    15/10/2012

    A Royal Irish Academy lecture by Onora O'Neill on Accountability, Excellence and Success in Universities.