Press release Tuesday October 16th 2102: on Hamilton Day, the day quaternions were invented in Dublin in 1843 As hundreds of geeks gather in Dublin for the WebSummit… two new city walking tours are launched to celebrate Ireland’s many great inventions and scientific discoveries. Did you know. . . that Dublin algebra helped to land […]
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The Irish Times business and technology editor, John Collins, puts together a really useful list of apps and other online resources every week in his weblog column. This week’s column includes Nokia’s new Ryder Cup app . . . and our new tours! Nice to be in such good company. And as John says, even […]
The Euroscientist.com sent a reporter on a geeks guide to Dublin. He was scouting for things to do in Dublin for the hordes of scientists who will descend in 2012, when the City of Science and the Euroscience Open Forum will both take place in Dublin. And happily he really liked our geology walking tour!
The Mooney show on RTE Radio 1 gave our geology walking tour a rave review. Just wish I could link to a podcast, so that you could hear Richard Collins, and all those nice things he said about us so enthusiastically!
We had a full house for our first geology walking tour of Dublin, the media were there, the weather fairy smiled on us, and Minister for Natural Resources Conor Lenihan gave us an enthusiastic and good humoured launch — pointing out that ‘Dublin on the Rocks’ is not to be taken as an economic description! […]
New geology walking tour of Dublin Jurassic creatures, time travel, and some little-known Irish rock art PRESS RELEASE An unusual new Dublin guided tour is taking people back in time and face-to-face with Jurassic creatures, just by strolling the city streets. Called ‘Dublin Rocks’, the walking tour explores the very fabric of the city’s landscape […]