Markets are not without limitations, but they allow freedom, according to Professor of Economics John O’Hagan
18 January 2016
A large majority of us will experience some form of brain illness during our lifetimes, with over half of us requiring therapy for a neurological or psychiatric disease
7 December 2015
An ordinary person becomes a torturer with surprising ease, the hard part comes when it’s time to be human again, according to Professor of Experimental Brain Research Shane O'Mara
1 December 2015
Between 2008 and 2014, eight public inquests into the deaths of women who died in Irish maternity units ended with verdicts of medical misadventure.
26 November 2015
The horrific events in Paris last Friday night have presented us, once again, with the vista of so-called "Islamic terrorism", according to Neville Cox, Associate Professor, School of Law.
17 November 2015
Teaching for Tomorrow Project Manager, Aibhin Bray, argues the need for secondary schools to embrace 21st Century Learning Techniques.
13 November 2015
Sport remains a glorious enterprise but major ethical questions abound, according to Dr John Scally, Adjunct Assistant Professor in Ecclesiastical History
4 November 2015
Libraries are undergoing massive shifts in how they operate, according to Helen Shenton, Librarian and Archivist at Library of Trinity College Dublin.
19 October 2015
Emotional reactions are essential to a moral response to the migrant crisis, according to Professor Paul O'Grady, who says that the groundswell of public opinion has been generated by peoples’ emotional responses to the images of the migrant crisis. By Professor Paul O’Grady, Head of the Department of Philosophy, Trinity College Dublin
29 September 2015
700 years ago, after the Battle of Bannockburn, Ireland and Scotland united to fight England. We should cherish the links that were forged, according to Professor Seán Duffy.
22 September 2015