Carlo Aldrovandi, Assistant Professor in International Peace Studies at Trinity, writes about the escalation of violence with a timely piece first published by The Conversation.
In a thought-provoking piece first published by The Conversation, Professor Mike Williams (Trinity’s School of Natural Sciences) helps to explain how a “wonder crop” could make a big environmental difference.
Assistant Professor in Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation at Trinity, David Mitchell, writes about the violence seen in Northern Ireland in recent weeks in this piece first published by The Conversation.
Luke O’Neill, Professor of Biochemistry at Trinity, assesses one of the most pressing questions on most lips with regard to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic in this piece in The Conversation.
Luke O’Neill, Professor of Biochemistry at Trinity, with an insightful look at Ireland’s response to the deadly COVID-19 spike over the past few weeks. The piece was originally published by The Conversation.
Professor in Social Policy at Trinity, Eoin O’Sullivan, with a co-authored piece first published by The Conversation, considering Ireland’s grim legacy of coercive confinement.
Jan Buts, Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Translation Studies at Trinity, with a fascinating look at memes, and how they can quickly mutate from jokes into more harmful viral content.
Julie Broderick, Assistant Professor in Physiotherapy at Trinity, has some easy tips for anyone working from home. The article was originally published by The Conversation.
Stand up more; use lunchbreaks for exercises and add “exercise snacks”; bthree ways to move more while working from home from Julie Broderick, Assistant Professor, Physiotherapy, Trinity College Dublin
Professor Padraig Carmody and Ricardo Reboredo from Trinity, along with Francis Owusu from Iowa State University, consider the US election’s implications for Africa in this piece first published by The Conversation.