“We’re meant to be crossing over … but the bridge is broken”: 2020 university graduates’ experiences of the pandemic in Ireland. A new study from Trinity College Dublin investigating the impact of the COVID pandemic on young adults finds that they are vastly more affected than older people, and the reverberations of the disruption to […]
The Spaces Between Us project is gathering information from parents and family members who lost a baby 20+ years ago in Ireland.
The study found that people homeless in their 20s, 30s and 40s are physically comparable to those housed in their 70s and 80s
There is growing evidence that the virus infects both the upper and lower respiratory tracts – unlike “low” or “high” pathogenic” human coronavirus sub-species, which tend to infect one or the other.
Ovarian cancer research underway in Trinity’s School of Medicine, focuses on the identification of diagnostic and prognostic biomarkers to improve patient care and outcomes.
The tags accumulate data about the sharks’ behaviour and physiology as they cruise around the coast feeding on plankton. The goal is to learn more about the anatomy and physiology of these ocean giants – information that will guide conservation efforts for an endangered species.
The research team at TTMI is part of the HEALED consortium who have secured €6.8M government funding as part of a 3-year, €10.5M programme to develop next generation cell therapies for cancer.
The study also shows that increased physical activity can positively modify, or even negate, this reduction in brain blood flow in people over the age of 50 years.
The team’s printed sensors are 50 times more sensitive than the industry standard and outperform other comparable nano-enabled sensors in an important metric seen as a game-changer in the industry: flexibility.
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