This fascinating book covers Irish contributions to some of the world’s greatest science achievements. Also included are scientists who were not Irish-born but had a strong connection to Ireland. http://www.londubh.ie/?p=2247
The Wild Geese Network was featured in an article in Science & Diplomacy “The Potential of Science Diasporas” – http://www.sciencediplomacy.org/perspective/2013/potential-science-diasporas. The author William J. Burns is a career diplomat, with the rank of Career Ambassador, and has held a variety of positions, including Under Secretary for Political Affairs and Ambassador to Russia, since joining the Continue Reading »
Wild Geese Network Of Irish Scientists – Newsletter, Issue 2, Spring 2014: Download WGNIS Newsletter PDF
WGNIS participated in an event at the Embassy of Ireland, Washington, D. C. in February 2014 to celebrate the achievements of US-based Irish women in STEM sectors. The evening included a panel discussion, “Irish Women in Science and Engineering (IWISE): Pathways to Success”, which was followed by a question and answer session. The main purpose Continue Reading »
Hosted by Mike Burke of Arnall Golden Gregory LLP, the Wild Geese Network held an Annual General Meeting via videoconferencing in June 2013. Minutes will be posted but are available on request. The Network has also completed the first steps in consolidation of a network structure.