Luke McGuinness looks at the citizen science behind Zooniverse, and at how Trinity astrophysics researchers have gone global with their project, “Sunspotter”.
Dylan Lynch discusses the most frightening fungus family on the planet; the Cordyceps.
Love is, rather unromantically, little more than a complex biological process.
Dylan Lynch details the latest contamination claims circulating around some of GSK’s products, including the tampering problems with the weight loss drug ‘Alli’.
Dylan Lynch takes us on a light-hearted tour of nature’s quirkier and lesser-known camouflage techniques.
A recent study carried out in College concludes that most students simply don’t know what is responsible for their illnesses – bacteria or viruses. With over-prescription of antibiotics a growing worry, this is a troubling find.
Luke McGuinness ponders the slow uptake of technological innovations by College’s societies and offers some ideas for next September’s Freshers’ Week.
The power of negative results: how the pharmaceutical industry’s failure to report findings is costing lives
David McCormack explores the devastating consequences of not reporting clinical trial findings and asks what can be done about it.
Patrick Hull shares his take on the controversial oil sands of Alberta – a matter close to the heart of singer-songwriter Neil Young.
Luke McGuiness talks to the students behind the new campaign for Irish membership of Cern.