Katarzyna discusses what gravitational waves are, the rumours from the LIGO project and the importance of gravitational waves in the study of the objects that generate them.
For those keeping an eye on the stars, and with an interest in extraterrestrial life, the past few months have been exciting ones. Last July saw the announcement of a 100 million US dollar search for intelligent life in space. This was followed days later by the announcement that an Earth-like planet had been found […]
Byte combines the low tech of Microsoft Paint with today’s social media world
Genome sequencing in Trinity has cast light on the origins of a set of Roman-age decapitated bodies, found in York.
Five projects were funded in Trinity for equipment and facilities
In January many senior freshman students will sit the annual Foundation Scholarship examinations. Una Harty talks about the science of anxiety and ways of reducing it to help all those sitting exams do the best they can.
With Christmas around the corner, Conor O’Mara describes one of the coolest gadgets all SciTech nerds dream about finding under the Christmas tree.
In the new government science strategy 2.5% of the GNP by 2020 will be invested into research. Also the government will consider Ireland becoming a member of CERN and ESO. This plan is a big step forward for Irish science. But with the European average of investment into science research is 3% and many European […]
Una Harty outlines the past, present and future of contraception in our society.
Orthorexia, an obsessive concern with healthy eating, has yet to be officially recognised as an eating disorder.