Katarzyna reviews the new exhibition at the science gallery that explores the theme of trauma.
Katarzyna and Blaise describe Dr. Giannoti’s speech and question and answer session at the Philosophical Society.
An Italian surgeon, Dr. Sergio Canavero intends to complete the first ever human head transplant before the end of 2017. Conor O’Mara discusses the plans and controversy behind the procedure.
Una Harty reports on the recent announcement by NASA about the discovery of liquid water on the planet Mars.
Thinking of going vegan? Aaron Downey explains the things you need to prepare yourself for before you make your decision
Katarzyna Siewierska outlines the winners of the Nobel Prizes in physics, chemistry and physiology or medicine
Can we rely on results published by researchers in the field of psychology? How reproducible are the results? Turlough Heffernan describes the Reproducibility Project and its findings.
The latest exhibition at the Science Gallery asks what needs to be revealed and what should stay hidden.
There are many very talented young people in Ireland. They could become great scientists, engineers and mathematicians. But does the education system in Ireland allows these students to fulfil their potential? The School of Physics at TCD has come forward with an initiative called the Trinity Walton Club.
Ever wonder what goes on in your body when you find someone you fancy? What attributes make people attractive? Is love just a chemical reaction? Una Harty and Greta Warren guide you through the science of love and attraction.