Genetic Engineering has been in the popular lexicon since the concept was first introduced in the science fiction book “Dragon’s Island” in 1951. Since the discovery of the double helix in 1953, our understanding of genetics has increased massively. Unfortunately, …
Unemployment rate improves for Arts and Engineering graduates
According to Census 2016, those with a qualification in Education had the lowest unemployment rate
The unemployment rate for Arts, and Engineering, Manufacturing and Construction students fell between 2011 and 2016 according to Census 2016 figures released today.
Unemployment rates fell the most between 2011 and 2016 for those with a qualification in Engineering, Manufacturing …
“Marine repairmen” study from Trinity professor shows limpets as construction workers of the seashore
David Taylor, a biomechanics engineer, has published findings on how the marine snails use construction techniques to survive
David Taylor, from Trinity’s Centre for Bioengineering at Trinity College Dublin, has discovered that marine snails are found plastered on rocks at low tide. His new research has recently been published in the Journal of Experimental Biology.
Limpets often suffer