Mary Canning

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Too often good science is countered by ignorance.  This is evident in the US, where objectivity has become a matter of opinion. The plight of the federal government’s top infectious diseases expert Dr Anthony Fauci is the prime illustration of this. Photograph: Leah Millis/Reuters

These are hard times for experts; notably scientists and doctors who believe data (and their interpretation of it) should be allowed speak for itself (...)

 Grafton Street in Dublin recently: Insolvent liquidations are set to spike in the coming months, particularly in the retail, hospitality and tourism sectors. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

As the economy continues to emerge gingerly from a coronavirus-induced coma and companies survey the damage, many are running out of time, putting off(...)

Dr Mary Canning, President of th Royal Irish Academy. Photograph: Johnny Bambury.

The setting up of an independent network of scientific advisers is needed to advise government “on the formidable scientific challenges facing Ireland(...)

Celebrating the top 10 placement of MAcc graduates in the 2016 final admitting exams of Chartered Accountants Ireland: Programme directors Mary Canning (left) and Derek Moriarty (right) flank Darragh Devaney of PwC; Ciarán Ó hÓgartaigh, dean of the UCD College of Business; Eoin Fitzpatrick of KPMG; Aisling Kelly of Deloitte; and Aideen Maguire of KPMG. Celebrating the top 10 placement of MAcc graduates in the 2016 final admitting exams of Chartered Accountants Ireland: Programme directors Mary Canning (left) and Derek Moriarty (right) flank Darragh Devaney of PwC; Ciarán Ó hÓgartaigh, dean of the UCD College of Business; Eoin Fitzpatrick of KPMG; Aisling Kelly of Deloitte; and Aideen Maguire of KPMG.

At the UCD Michael Smurfit Business School, the one-year, full-time master’s in accounting (MAcc) programme equips graduates with a winning combinatio(...)

 Ann Sheppard (CEO of St Conleth’s and daughter of the school’s founder, the late  Bernard Sheppard) and Mr Kevin Kelleher, who began teaching at the school in 1944  with Ruairí Quinn

Here’s a sight to warm the hearts of every balloted ASTI member: Ruairí Quinn getting a guard of honour from pupils as he heads into a black-tie dinne(...)

One of the many ironies of “free fees” for higher education is that they didn’t even succeed in getting Niamh Bhreathnach re-elected. The minis(...)