Science news

We are all online copy cats

30 July 2014

Maria Delaney writes about the UL study that shows we copy our online friends

Weird and wild weather

25 July 2014

Anthony King writes about the strange weather show at the Science Gallery Dublin

Adrian Raftery predicts a population boom

21 July 2014

Anthony King writes about the predicted population boom

Gut bacteria can affect infant brain

8 July 2014

Anthony King writes about how bacteria in the gut affects infants

€190 billion – the cost of inaction on climate change in Europe

4 July 2014

Ann Nolan writes from ESOF 2014, Copenhagen about climate change in Europe

Festival of Curiosity to take place 24-27 July

3 July 2014

Four day Science Festival in Dublin in July.

Rare bumblebee rediscovered after 88 years in Ireland

1 July 2014

St. Enda’s Park gardener discovers rare bumblebee in Dublin

Report from ESOF 2014: Who owns the moon?

26 June 2014

Ann Nolan, P.hD. and university assistant lecturer writes from ESOF 2014 in Copenhagen

ESOF 2014: CERN reports Large Hadron Collider restart schedule

25 June 2014

Ann Nolan, Ph.D. and University Assistant Lecturer reports from ESOF 2014 in Copenhagen on the latest CERN developments

‘Hot or not?’ Trinity astrophysicists ask public to rank sunspots

16 June 2014

Sunspotter is a ‘Citizen Science’ project encouraging people to learn more about solar storm phenomena

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