Proud to be part of the IRC’s Enterprise Partnership Scheme

A stunning gold-tooled bookbinding made in eighteenth-century Dublin, part of the Benjamin Iveagh Collection.

Dr Nora Moroney’s work on our Benjamin Iveagh collection was highlightedin the announcement on 17 August by the Minister for Further and Higher Education, Research, Innovation and Science, Simon Harris TD, of an investment of €4.3 million in 50 enterprise-focused research awards under the Irish Research Council’s Enterprise Partnership Scheme.

IRC Enterprise PartnershipsWe are proud to be part of this important scheme and thank the Lauchentilly Foundation for their contribution which has made this work possible. Read more about the researcher and her project here. We look forward to learning more about the Benjamin Iveagh collection, still housed in its original location in Farmleigh House in Dublin’s Phoenix Park, and looked after for us so well by the OPW’s librarian, Ms Nuala Canny.

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