13-17 November 2017 – Royal Dublin Society, Dublin, Ireland
The Royal Dublin Society (RDS) was founded in 1731 when fourteen Irishmen came together in Dublin united by a common aim – to improve the poor economic condition of the country by promoting agriculture, arts, industry and science in Ireland. This objective, they believed, could be achieved by the dissemination of knowledge and new ideas.
Over the course of three centuries the RDS has pursued, with vigour, its mission to encourage the development of agriculture, arts, science and industry throughout the country by educating, providing practical guidance, rewarding excellence and encouraging ability. Its mission remains as relevant today as it was in 1731.
Royal Dublin Society, Merrion Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin 4
Smoking is not permitted inside any public building in Ireland. Delegates are only permitted to smoke in the designated areas outside of the venues.
Lost & Found
Any items found in any of the session rooms or throughout the conference venue should be brought to the registration desk located at the entrance to Hall 3.
Registration & Information Desk
The registration and information desk is located in the entrance to Hall 3. Delegates should use the Anglesea Road entrance (see map below).
Opening hours for the information desk: TBC
Registration, Accommodation, Tours, Social Programme
Conference Partners +353 1 216 66 85
Emergency Number 999 or 112
Taxi +353 1 677 22 22
Dublin Tourist Office +353 1 437 09 69
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