Institute of Geologists of Ireland

The Institute of Geologists of Ireland  provides professional accreditation for geoscientists in Ireland and promotes the interest of its members in Ireland and internationally.  Membership is open to all practising geoscientists who meet the required standards of qualification and experience. » Read More »

Economic Evaluations for Mineral Exploration Projects

Course: Economic Evaluations for Mineral Exploration Projects Date: 20th – 21st March 2018 Venue: Irish Management Institute, Sandyford, Dublin. 9:30am – 4:30

Kindra Winter Newsletter

KINDRA Knowledge Inventory for Hydrogeology Research KINDRA-Winter-Newsletter-4

INTRAW

PRESS RELEASE | BRUSSELS | OCTOBER 2017 – The INTRAW project consortium is pleased to announce the release of a new brochure presenting three scenarios for the world of raw materials in 2050. The EU-funded INTRAW project was launched in…

Mentorship Scheme

The IGI runs a free, voluntary mentorship scheme for members. Research shows that mentoring helps both mentees and mentors – both groups have higher salaries, climb their career ladders faster and are more satisfied with their careers overall.…

QA/QC Course

Presented by David Stewart 9am, 24th March 2016 Radisson Blu Hotel, Athlone A down-to-earth introduction to sampling theory and practice, laboratory procedures and analytical quality control with an emphasis on practical QA/QC skills for…

Mineral Deposits Studies Group Meeting

To be held in University College Dublin, 4th - 7th January The meeting will be held in the new O'Brien Centre for Science on the main Belfield campus, located about 6 km southeast of Dublin city centre. As a result of recently released…

Ireland to host the 2019 INQUA Congress

The team who travelled to Nagoya, Japan with the bid to host the 2019 INQUA Congress was expertly led by Pete Coxon and Fraser Mitchell. Hosting a conference of c. 3000 delegates will undoubtedly have profound and lasting repercussions…