Irish Cultural Societies Were A Marked And Honoured Feature Of The Intellectual Life In Cities, Particularly In The Later Th And Th CenturiesThese Societies, Like Their British Counterparts, Had Enormous Influence On Educational Developments In The Centres Where They Were Based In Ireland These Societies And Institutions Were Places Where Irish Gentlemen, And Later Irish Ladies, Engaged In Intellectual Conversations About Emerging Subjects Such As Chemistry And Natural Philosophy Physical Sciences This Book Attempts To Shine A Light On The Irish Learned Societies Where Chemistry Was Debated And Taught It Features Among Others The Royal Dublin Society, The Royal Irish Academy, The UCC Chemical Society, The Chemical Association Of Ireland, The Belfast Natural History Society, The Royal Galway Institution, The Royal Cork Institution, The Limerick Philosophical Society, The Waterford Institution And The History Of Chemistry In Irish Universities
John O Donoghue is an Irish scientist and educator.He also has a strong interest in local Irish history, particularly of a scientific nature Previously he published a four part article series documenting the History of UCC According to Clubs and Societies in the college Motley Magazine, some of which is contained in his book Where the Irish Spoke of chemistry.
- 109 pages
- Where the Irish Spoke of Chemistry
- John O'Donoghue
- 23 October 2019 John O'Donoghue