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Ireland’s learned society launches five-year plan

Image: Sebastiaan ter Burg [CC BY 2.0], via Flickr

Extra support for Ireland’s early-career researchers is among a number of proposals made in a five-year strategic plan launched by the Royal Irish Academy.

The plan, the fourth in a series, covers the five years including 2019 to 2023 and was launched at the academy’s base in Dublin’s Dawson Street on 24 May. Established in 1785, the academy promotes and fosters scientific scholarship of the highest order.

The five-year plan reiterated the academy’s role as an all-Ireland body with membership from both sides of the border. It also emphasised the organisation’s complete independence from external academic or political influence.

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