The century-old reverberations of the Irish Great Famine on modern Irish health
One Step Closer to Life Beyond Earth
Treating the Incurable: Using Gene-Editing to Cure Transthyretin Amyloidosis
Interview with a PhD Researcher: Eoin Fagan
Lithium: A Blessing and a Curse for the Environment
Robin Mentel explores the environmental impact of the mining of lithium, a material indispensable for the fight against climate change, and the extent to which we need to sacrifice the environment, in order to save the environment.…
Xenobots: The World’s First Self-Replicating Robots
Neha Natu investigates the recent phenomenon of self-reproducing robots and weighs their benefits and drawbacks.…
Do We Eat to Socialise or Socialise to Eat
Jordan Feeley examines the relationship between socializing and eating out and how such an act can be representative of a nation’s societal, political and economic issues.…
Puff Bar Culture
Olaf Samuel breaks down the recent increase in the popularity and use of disposable vapes.…
Artificial Intelligence Meets Digital Art
Understanding Alcoholism as a Disease
Interview with a Researcher: Professor Teresa Lambe OBE, co-developer of the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine.
Interview with a Researcher: Associate Professor Siobhán McClean
A Game of Antibiotics and Superbugs
Animal Depression: Does it exist?
A Sprinkle in Time
Black Holes: The universe’s greatest secret
How do plants grow in microgravity?
Aniruddha Maram discusses the impact of microgravity on the growth patterns of plants.…
The Science of Weather Prediction
Vanshika Dhyani discussed the Science of Weather Prediction with Professor Conor Sweeney, President of the Irish Meteorological Society…