Assistant Professor in Children's Literature at Trinity, Jane Suzanne Carroll, believes it is important to teach children about production and consumption.
27 April 2017
Dr Joseph Roche, Assistant Professor in Science Education, believes this weekend's March for Science will present a tricky challenge for those involved to strike the appropriate level of political activism.
21 April 2017
Professor of Children's Nursing in Trinity, Imelda Coyne, explains why children should be seen and heard in hospitals and surgeries.
20 April 2017
Assistant Professor of Sociology, Laura Graham, notes that civil protest is deeply embedded in American democratic history.
7 April 2017
Professor in Business Studies, Louis Brennan, believes China will find a less supportive voice within a Europe that doesn't include the UK.
4 April 2017
Neurological and psychiatric conditions both involve the brain, but are treated very differently. Perhaps they shouldn't be.
28 March 2017
Papyrus wetlands cover 6% of sub-Saharan Africa and the quick-growing plant has enormous potential as a renewable energy source.
22 March 2017
Airbnb is one example of disruptive business models that have come into sharp focus in recent years.
3 March 2017
Three-quarters of women birthing in Ireland are not being asked about their own health issues after becoming mothers, and the lack of information and lack of discussion about these issues means women stay quiet, because they feel embarrassed and believe they are alone in experiencing these problems.
8 December 2016
Amid the European Commission’s Apple ruling and talk of a hard Brexit, Trinity experts discuss Ireland’s next move as part of the ‘Behind the Headlines’ series
20 October 2016