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dc.contributor.authorO'Keeffe, Mauriceen_IE
dc.contributor.otherKernan, Rodericken_IE
dc.descriptionRoderick Kernan, age 80, grew up in north County Dublin, and was educated in Synge Street. In this interview he recalls his college experiences. He obtained doctorates in philosophy and science. He studied at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and worked in East Avenue with the Rockefeller Institute. He then lectured in UCD for a while, returning to the US to work at George Washington University in 1970. He describes in great detail the advances in science and technology in Ireland over the years, and he talks about a book called ‘Evolution, Stem Cells and the Brain-Mind Connection’. He also speaks about his membership of the Royal Irish Academy.en_IE
dc.publisherMaurice O'Keeffeen_IE
dc.rightsCopyright is held jointly by South Dublin Libraries and Maurice O'Keeffe. Written permission is required for commercial publication of this materialen_IE
dc.subjectlocal politicsen_IE
dc.subjectSouth Dublin County Councilen_IE
dc.titleIrish Life and Lore South Dublin County Collection No. 57: Roderick Kernanen_IE
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