Electroconvulsive therapy: Attitudes insidiously perpetuate mental health stigma

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Brendan Browne makes the case for electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) as a treatment for severe depression.

Dealing with obsessive-compulsive disorder

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Trinity’s OCD support group gives advice to students dealing with obsessive-compulsive disorder.

Prof. Nicola Marples, teaching hero

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Luke McGuinness speaks to Prof. Nicola Marples of the Department of Zoology about her experience as a lecturer.

Ebola: what you need to know

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What is Ebola, and should we be worried about it coming to Ireland? Dylan Lynch answers your questions.

Let them eat insects

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How long will it be until we can order a Bug Mac?

Ello fever: the new Facebook?

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Ello, an “ad-free social network created by a small group of artists and designers”, is being touted as the new Facebook. Naoise Dolan cuts through the hype.

Discover Research at Trinity

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An evening of free, fun events comes to Trinity, hoping to bridge the gap between researchers in all fields and the general public.

Chemistry of a first year’s body

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Dylan Lynch explains the science of adrenaline and hangovers

Discover science on Culture Night

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Luke McGuinness reviews more science-focused institutions open late on Culture Night

Making society management easier

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Luke McGuinness takes a look at Hive, the new society app making its debut this Freshers’ Week.

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