The sensors could be used in connected, low-cost devices for homes, or integrated in wearable devices used to monitor human health.
Researchers from Trinity College and the University of Edinburgh found that ambient UVB radiation at an individual’s place of residence preceding COVID-19 infection was strongly protective against severe disease and death.
In common with previous reports from the Observatory is the concern that there is a general lack of transparency in Ireland’s response to the pandemic and, as a result, it isn’t easy to ensure important decisions satisfy various legal requirements.
Compounds based on these metal elements and hydrogen are very promising candidates for hydrogen storage. Such hydrogen could be used on board vehicles, for example.
To coincide with Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, we look at how Trinity researchers are designing an electronic Irish childhood cancer survivorship database.
New research into cycling road traffic collisions has identified a list of common collision scenarios for Ireland and underlined previously underappreciated issues on our roads.
Discuss AI is a multi-programme initiative run by the SFI ADAPT Centre for AI-Driven Digital Content Technology.
Researchers from the School of Medicine and Tallaght University Hospital are represented amongst an international consortium of leading clinical research institutes investigating the variability in older people’s responses to COVID-19.
Researchers say that the way we deliver emergency healthcare work alongside normal work in Ireland has to change. The study is published in the Journal of Surgical Research.
Research gives voice to those most affected by policy restrictions during the COVID pandemic and calls into question society’s attitudes to ageing.