Stage is prepared for action against climate change

It is paramount that the momentum achieved by December’s Conference of Parties is maintained.

Do we need to start worrying about the pill?

A recent study has linked the contraceptive pill to changes in the structure of female brains.

Modern day Atlantis to be built in Japanese oceans by 2030

Japanese civil engineering company announces plans to build an underwater housing complex.

Undergraduate science journal announced

The Trinity Student Science Review, a new undergraduate science journal, was announced today.

Bringing dead animals back to life

Any species that has gone extinct in the last 100,000 years could be resurrected as a result of recent research.

Could nuclear power solve our energy crisis?

Nuclear power may be the only solution to the world’s energy crisis. But is it really viable source of alternative energy?

CERN discovers new particles

CERN team announce discovery of two new subatmoic particles.

Facing up to a silent disaster

The spread of dengue fever has received little media attention outside of the developing countries it is quickly ravaging.

MND and me

Roisin McMackin speaks to Prof. Orla Hardiman about her work in MND research.

Live blog: Communicating science through social media

Join us live as we learn the secrets of effectively communicating science to the general public with Dr Kevin Mitchell and Maria Delaney.


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