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 The French Connection before 1900 (Jul 2019)
 The Atlas of Irish Mathematics: Sligo (Jun 2019)
 Galway NUI Travelling Studentship Awards in Mathematical Science (May 2019)
 The Atlas of Irish Mathematics: Tipperary (Apr 2019)
 The Oxford Association before 1900 (Mar 2019)
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 The Atlas of Irish Mathematics: Monaghan (Feb 2019)
 Illinois Irish Mathematics (Jan 2019)
 The Atlas of Irish Mathematics: Galway before 1900 (Dec 2018)
 The Irish Presence at the International Congress of Mathematicians After WWII (Nov 2018)
 The Atlas of Irish Mathematics: Kerry (Oct 2018)
 The Irish Presence at the International Congress of Mathematicians before WWII (Sep 2018)
 The Atlas of Irish Mathematics: Wicklow (Aug 2018)
 The Atlas of Irish Mathematics: Belfast before 1900 (Jun 2018)
 Standing on the Shoulders of Giants: 19701979 (May 2018)
 Boston Irish Mathematicians (Jul 2018)
 The Atlas of Irish Mathematics: Mayo (Apr 2018)
 The Cambridge Connection before 1900 (Mar 2018)
 The Atlas of Irish Mathematics: Westmeath (Feb 2018)
 Sheila Power (later Tinney), Pioneering Irish Mathematical Physicist (Jan 2018)
 Standing on the Shoulders of Giants: 19601969 (Nov 2017)
 The Atlas of Irish Mathematics: Armagh (Oct 2017)
 Pipeline to Pasadena: the Caltech Connection (Sep 2017)
 The Atlas of Irish Mathematics: Wexford (Aug 2017)
 The Library of Irish Mathematics (Jul 2017)
 The Atlas of Irish Mathematics: Donegal (Jun 2017)
 From Yorkshire to Queensland: Vincent Hart, Early Irish Maths Doctorate (May 2017)
 The Irish Presence in the Mathematics Genealogy Project (Apr 2017)
 Guest Blog: Actively Engaging Parents in Teaching Maths
 Standing on the Shoulders of Giants: 19101959 (Mar 2017)
 The First Irish Woman with a Doctorate in Maths (Feb 2017)
 Dublin's Most Worthy Library (Jan 2017)
 Irish Mathematical Society at 40 (Dec 2016)
 Des MacHale: The Best Friend George Boole Ever Had (Nov 2016)
 Peter Lynch's That's Maths (Oct 2016)
 Edgar Harper: the mathematician who changed the course of Irish history? (Sep 2016)
 Hamilternion Games