Turlough Heffernan looks at the historical and current perceptions of blood in the first of a two part series on this important biological fluid.
Overconsumption of artificial sweeteners has been linked to diabetes, glucose intolerance and obesity.
As the race against climate change intensifies worldwide, will science’s efforts be enough?
Brendan Browne makes the case for electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) as a treatment for severe depression.
Trinity’s OCD support group gives advice to students dealing with obsessive-compulsive disorder.
Luke McGuinness speaks to Prof. Nicola Marples of the Department of Zoology about her experience as a lecturer.
What is Ebola, and should we be worried about it coming to Ireland? Dylan Lynch answers your questions.
How long will it be until we can order a Bug Mac?
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.
An evening of free, fun events comes to Trinity, hoping to bridge the gap between researchers in all fields and the general public.