Powerful & evocative writing here by @ianmaleney on the art of listening, illness, landscape, memory, family ties & leaving & returning to the home place. Superb reflections on the work of Brian Eno, Seamus Heaney & Pat Collins too.
The @RTEBrainstorm weekend review: National Children’s Hospital crisis, cookbooks, Kenneth Branagh’s Shakespeare, how to combat rural crime, reversibility in computation, Fortnite, a second Brexit referendum, methane emissions & climate change planning etc https://t.co/i1IDbyS97m
How Bright Club shows academics do have a sense of humour. At Bright Club events, academics & researchers use comedy to communicate their work to the general public. By @miona_falone @GMITOfficial for @RTEBrainstorm https://t.co/9ZuaDoVfME
Derry City FC & Brexit: hard border politics, soft border football. Ahead of @SSEAirtricityLg kick-off tonight, Conor Murray @DublinCityUni @IrishResearch for @RTEBrainstorm on the latest political issue to affect the fortunes of @derrycityfc https://t.co/pOnUdnTPqJ
Most read on @RTEBrainstorm: how to combat rural crime. As seen in the UK and Australia, co-operation, dialogue, government funding & innovative use of new technology are essential, writes Ciarán Crowley @univ_lille https://t.co/2Y7PNLK869
Computer says no: why reversibility in computation is a good idea. Researchers apply reversibility to many different areas so what would it mean for computation? By @E73HS @connect_ie @tcddublin for @RTEBrainstorm https://t.co/jIcCKCU4M0