ROSEMOUNT – HOMEPAGE2020-05-28T12:33:21+00:00


UCD Rosemount Environmental Research Station was officially launched by Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Simon Coveney TD, in September 2011. It is a state-of-the-art plant and environmental research facility under the joint management of the School of Biology and Environmental Science and School of Agriculture and Food Science, University College Dublin, Ireland. Rosemount house and lands have a rich history dating back to 1780 as the seat of the Corballis family. Although the original house no longer stands, the original walled yard is still present and now contains custom laboratory facilities for plant and crop research. All facilities are available for use by UCD faculty and students, external academics and industry users. Read more >

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Rosemount House & Estate

Dating back to the 1830’s, Rosemount was the seat of the Corballis family and their descendents for almost 150 years.

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