The showcase was held in Croke Park on Tuesday
The ADAPT Centre for Digital Content Technology showcased the future of intelligent systems in Dublin’s Croke Park on Tuesday. The event was organised by the Science Foundation Ireland (SFI) and supported by ADAPT, which is led from Trinity College Dublin. …
Kevin Lyons discusses the vital role that humour plays in scientific research and explains the predominant lack of humour in peer-reviewed scientific publications.
If you tickle us, do we not laugh?
Science is a serious business. It requires serious people to write serious grant applications, to convince serious funding agencies to support serious research projects. Furthermore, the results of these projects are published …
A new adjuvant, key components in vaccines, called chitosan could pave the way for the future of vaccinations
Trinity immunologists have recently published groundbreaking research in the scientific journal Immunity relating to adjuvants. Adjuvants are key components in vaccines, and play an important role in enhancing the human body’s immune response to vaccination. Simply put, they help vaccines …
Instagram, the largest photo-sharing platform in the world, can be used for so much more. Just ask anyone who writes InstaEssays, the latest investigation of human empathy in the marrying of pictures and words.
Instagram isn’t just for sharing photos of cappuccinos and cats anymore.
Last term, all it took were three weeks of classes guided by visiting professor and writer Jeff Sharlet for the entire class of English students to realize that Instagram …
The USI hopes that Smartvote will help students to engage with politics and make a smart choice in the General Election
The Union of Students in Ireland have partnered with Smartvote, a website referred to as ‘the Tinder of politics.’ Smartvote went live today.
The website asks the voter a series of questions on policy areas which include housing, the …